Here are some of the projects we are proud of and currently working on. We develop custom digital products for everyone, from start-ups to government agencies.
Since 2018, Zooma has been working on behalf of ONVZ, the well-known premium health insurer with some 400,000 policyholders, to develop the 'My ONVZ' apps for iPhone and Android. Among other things, the apps enable customers to easily and securely declare healthcare bills and check the status of their current deductible. Real premium apps for the premium health insurer!
Since 2015, TMSQR has been hard at work creating awesome festival apps for music, theater, movies and all kinds of other festivals. Together with our great team at TMSQR, Zooma is working step by step to create the ultimate festival app.
The Hospital Hero concept is a beautiful initiative of Veronique van Noort and Nicole Donkel, two nurses at the pediatric ward of the Willem Alexander Children's Hospital (LUMC). Zooma has been working (proudly!) on this concept since 2020, which also includes experts from Nell, TU Delft and Naturalis. And the best part: more and more hospitals are joining in.
Museum de Lakenhal
Since 2019, Zooma has been helping to build the apps for the fantastic Museum De Lakenhal in our home town of Leiden. In collaboration with the team at De Lakenhal and the designers and backend developers at Fabrique, we keep making the successful apps a little more beautiful.
Minerva is the oldest student association in the Netherlands, founded in 1814. The association approached Zooma in 2016 to help think about a new app. The Minerva board's goal was for the app to become the digital hub of the association, the social hub for its more than 2,000 members. The app was an immediate success with impressive user statistics!
De Dorus is a 'creative coworking community'. Zooma owns, and is itself a 'resident' of De Dorus, so of course we developed the corporate identity, the website and the apps ourselves! Every quarter, in scrum sprints, we continue to build the platform, based on feedback from other De Dorus coworkers.
Zooma is building an advanced inspection platform for the European Union consisting of Android and iOS apps, a web app, a CMS and an API. With the apps, inspectors, police officers and customs officers in as many as 35 countries are conducting inspections on shipments. The main objective of this project is to identify and reduce illegal trade in waste.
Vindicat is a well-known student association, based in Groningen and founded in 1815. With over 2000 active members, it is one of the largest student associations in Groningen, with a beautiful location on the Grote Markt. Zooma built a completely new digital interactive membership platform for them in the form of an iOS and Android app with an App Manager linked to their administration system Congressus.
For FNV Veiligheid, a lively exchange of information with and between its members is very important. To facilitate that communication, Zooma has been building the new websites and apps with the teams of MARVER, AFMP and NPB since they were developed. With these the police officers, military and military constables always have the latest information at hand and are in direct contact with their unions and each other.
Zooma developed an Android 'after-experience' app for Tropenmuseum Junior! The app was created specifically for 'Sabi Suriname'; an exhibition about Suriname, its connection to the Netherlands and its shared colonial history.
What we are working on now
We are working on an app as a tool in neurological disorders.
We apply gamification in an app to reduce tension, anxiety and stress during a hospital visit for children.
Collaboration with students from TU Delft
In collaboration with design students from TU Delft (UXAD), Zooma is working on a redesign of the successful festival app TimeSquare. Very cool and valuable to have worked with talented designers from all over the world!
Zooma at the Tweakers Developers Summit
It was old-fashioned fun and interesting again at the Tweakers Developers Summit! After two years of corona intricacies, we could finally physically go to De Fabrique in Utrecht again!