Steely Eye Digital Media

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Steely Eye Digital Media is a mobile agency.
Founded in 2009 by seasoned executives with tens of years of experience in mobile, they offer three main service threads: mobile strategy; development of mobile websites and applications for all platforms and devices; licensing of core mobile technology.


Team and Platforms

Steely Eye has a team of talented mobile designers located in the heart of London's digital media community in Soho, which also hosts the User Experience and Software Architecture functions. All client management is conducted from the London office. Supporting this office are two teams of specialist mobile developers in nearshore locations. This enables Steely Eye to offer cost-effective services to clients while maintaining a London culture and vibe.
Both design and development are focused to be compatible with all the current smartphone platforms, including Apple iOs, Blackberry, Google Android, Java, J2Me, MeeGo, Samsung Bada, Symbian, Palm webOS, Windows Mobile, Windows Phone 7.

Products & Services

Steely Eye offers high-level consultancy to define your mobile strategy.
Our experts will analyse your brand assets and suggest the best way to bring them to mobile. Based on your websites' analytics and your requirements, it may be a single platform application, a cross platform one, a mobile website or something different.
Our designers will study your brand guidelines and then translate them for the mobile screen, ensuring a consistent brand experience across all platforms.
We aim to be in close contact with our customers during all phases of production, to ensure our high standards of quality, service and responsiveness.


Steely Eye Digital Media works for leading brands as well as start-ups in mobile. We work with big names in fashion, publishing, gambling, luxury automotive, leisure and the travel industries.


Contact us at:

Or find us at our office in Soho:
4th Floor Crown House
143-147, Regent Street
London W1B 4JB

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