Archiheads got in touch with us after they did a bit of googling into development agencies at a dull house party. The team at Archiheads had first-hand experience of the mental health issues prevalent among architecture students and other creative types, and wanted to build an online platform that offered both a place to display your art, but also find resources for mental health problems. Having previously existed mainly as an Instagram account shining a spotlight on young creatives whose work deal with mental illness, Archiheads wanted to build an app through which people could exhibit and buy artwork, a percentage of the proceeds being donated to charitable causes dealing with mental health. The app would also support blog posts and event and job listings, alongside a private page for users to record and track their mental wellbeing.
It’s been lovely working on Archiheads because they are very collaborative and open-minded with a good niche market to reach. It’s also great to be involved with a project working towards a cause which really resonates with our team and we feel is hugely important.Russ Peterson, Director of Bad Dinosaur
Bad Dinosaur has a team that is small and friendly, and extremely well-rehearsed in their respective fields. This made the development process easy, fast and a delight.Costa Cambanos, Co-Founder of Archiheads
The initial launch for Archiheads is planned for late February/early March 2018. Archiheads received funding from Scottish Enterprise for this project after we recommended they apply for a grant with them.