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NU WinterWarmer

NU WinterWarmer

Adam Shelton, Mar 6

Here’s a list of tunes that have kept us ticking through the winter months. From newish dub group The Breadwinners to roots classics, with some minimalist funk from Ben Khan and electro/indie pop thrown in for good measure. Happy listening on Spotify or on Rdio. Tracklist Pass It To You – The Breadwinners Do You Want What I …continue reading

2014 Roundup

2014 Roundup

Ryan Shelton, Jan 3

What a year 2014 was. We worked non-stop since January on a range of exciting projects. We designed an updated 2014 version of The Open Championship app for the R&A (iPhone and iPad) with our friends at Future Workshops. The app reached the #1 spot in the free apps category on the App Store with over …continue reading

NU MasalaChai

NU MasalaChai

Adam Shelton, Dec 17

Following my recent trip to India, I decided to compile a playlist reminiscent of my time there. Some of the tracks were shazammed at Laughing Buddha in Hampi while sipping on Lemon Nana. Take a listen on Spotify or on Rdio. Tracklist Ras Mandala – Desert Dwellers Rama – EarthRise SoundSystem One Hundred Lights – Kaya Project Mandala …continue reading

Jump wins at Lovie Awards

Jump wins at Lovie Awards

Ryan Shelton, Nov 12

Our London bus app Jump has won the coveted People’s Lovie in the Best User Experience category. We also won a Bronze award which we’re ecstatic about. Jump was in a tough category up against Shazam, Google Night Walk, Beats Music and The Universal Typeface. Jump was also shortlisted in the Best User Interface category. Thank you …continue reading

Recap, nominations and Jump goes to Brixton!

Recap, nominations and Jump goes to Brixton!

Ryan Shelton, Oct 7

The last few months have been really busy here at Noble Union. We released a number of client apps – most notably a refreshed design for The Open Championship app, built by our friends at Future Workshops. Nominations Our app Jump – London Bus Tracker – made the official Shortlist of the 4th Annual Lovie Awards in …continue reading

Jump nominated for an Appsters Award

Jump nominated for an Appsters Award

Ryan Shelton, Oct 3

We’re pleased to announce that Jump has been shortlisted for an Appsters Award in the Best use of API 2014 category. Appsters winners will be announced during the awards ceremony hosted by TV comedian John Robins taking place on the 12th November at Building Six, 02. We can’t wait! If you haven’t experienced Jump yet, you can download it …continue reading

Jump is a Lovie Award Finalist

Jump is a Lovie Award Finalist

Ryan Shelton, Sep 23

We’re thrilled to announce that Jump, our London bus tracker app, is a Lovie Award Finalist in the Mobile: Best User Experience category. This really is an unparalleled honour. “As a Finalist, Jump has been selected as one of the best in Europe in its category, and is competing for the industry’s two most sought-after …continue reading

Jump wins FWA Mobile of The Day Award

Jump wins FWA Mobile of The Day Award

Ryan Shelton, Aug 27

We couldn’t be prouder. Our London bus tracker app – Jump – has won a coveted FWA Mobile Award! If you haven’t experienced Jump yet, you can download it from the App Store or find out more here.

NU RubaDub

NU RubaDub

Adam Shelton, Aug 1

As promised, here’s a collection of new and old rhythms for you to enjoy this summer. We love reggae and dub, especially when the sun is shining. Take a listen on Spotify or Rdio. Tracklist Roots, Rock, Reggae – Bob Marley & The Wailers Apache Rising – Richie Phoe Kontangerous Dub – 7ft Soundsystem Tomorrow’s Day …continue reading

Introducing Jump, the bus app for Londoners

Introducing Jump, the bus app for Londoners

Ryan Shelton, May 28

We’ve been working on a side project (read “labour of love”) for the past 6 months and are ready to share a sneak peek. For London, and for Londoners, the bus holds a special kind of affection – it is uniquely, unmistakeably, undeniably a part of the fabric of this great city, and the lives …continue reading