• World No Tobacco Day

    Since 1987, the 31st of May is the official ‘World No Tobacco Day’. Foreach definitely supports the initiative, and therefor we would like to congratulate all people that managed to conquer smoking.

    May 31, 2011
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  • De Belegger

    Assignment description

    Development of the new website of De Belegger and its French counterpart L'Investisseur.  The website renewal consisted of 3 major parts:

    • Implementation of the new graphical design (created by Mediafin in close cooperation with Little Miss Robot)
    • Technical upgrade of the websites to the renewed webplatform of Mediafin
    • Addition of share advice lists on the website (new functionality)
    May 17, 2011
  • Old business card, new website

    At Foreach, we like to give the people we work with a small gift every year, and instead of doing this the first week of the new year, it is becoming somewhat of a tradition to be fashionably late.  So we take a little commercial advantage of Valentine to show our love for you.  And what better way to say we love working with you than with a heart filled with fine Belgian chocolates?

    February 10, 2011
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  • BZine iPad app

    Timeframe: released in January 2011

    A simple testcase

    BZine is a simple iPad application that gives you the ability to read your favourite blogs and feeds in a simple magazine/newspaper layout. The idea was to have a tool to read your Blogs at Breakfast or Bedtime like your holding a magazine.

    BZine was conceived as an inhouse technical testcase in iPad development by Foreach developers, but we decided to wrap it up into a package and upload it to the appstore in january 2011. The app can be downloaded and used completely free of charge.

    January 19, 2011
  • Catenary BOM and Quotation application

    Timeframe:  released in September 2010

    Our client's problem...

    Catenary BVBA is a consulting company specialised in the Design, Supervising, Commissioning, Auditing & Testing of the Overhead Catenary System (OCS) for high speed train infrastructure. As many governments/countries today are in the phase of public tendering (Malesie, Brasil, San Fransisco, Florida, China, Middle East countries), it is important for the participating engineering companies to have an as detailed as possible view and understanding of the catenary systems and materials that will be used. The better understanding of the material used, the more accurate the financial proposal will be. Preliminary designs for tenders are done on an AutoCad or in a MicroStation environment.

    January 18, 2011