Fijian History Mobile App & Website


Dr Nicholas Halter - Lecturer in History


Mobile App

Crafted Date

May 27, 2020



Fijian History Mobile App banner

About Client

Dr. Nicholas Halter, is a Lecturer in History at The University of the South Pacific.

Project Description

The University of the South Pacific needed a way to make history courses more interactive and engaging for students, leading to the development of the First-Ever Technology Enhanced Learning App for Fiji. This mobile app and website provide a modern approach to history, making it accessible in a contemporary way by leveraging the tools and technologies we use today. Traditionally, history has been primarily found in magazines and old archives.


What We Did?

We looked at a few interactive and engaging apps on both the app stores and combined the best features from each one to come up with an app that featured not only a timeline of historical sites, but also comprised of audio stories narrated by the students themselves.

During the development, Dr. Nicholas Halter together with his history students was continuously testing every feature making sure that all bugs were eliminated and the final product exceeded their expectations.

This app also helped him improve his history course pass rate by up to 23%.

UI/UX Design
Brand Identity
Web & Mobile Devblopment
Technologies Used

Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator

Native Application Development

Laravel Content Manager

Feedback From Client

Crafty Apps development team’s efforts to develop the Fijian History Mobile app was phenomenal. From concept to output, they provided clear and knowledgeable guidance throughout the entire process and delivered an outstanding product on time. Their team has both technical expertise and clear communication skills. They were always reliable and organised, offering a professional service at a reasonable price.


Dr. Nicholas Halter

Lecturer in History


Specialists in Web Development, Mobile App Development & Digital Marketing.

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