Iqsoft is a digital agency passionate about storytelling, visual design, and technology. We collaborate with companies small to large around the world to help them engage their audiences and build brand awareness.
Our team can create amazing web experiences, beginning with deep market research, practical strategies, and professional execution.
Our client results speak for themselves.
An interactive website design built for the king of bio foods, Inerior decorators and APJ FabLab at TKM College of Engineering 3D animations and original motion graphics. The meticulous in-house research and data validation was of upmost importance for building a global website catering to different B2B and B2C audiences.
As a speciality medical care team, Fathima Clinic needed a gateway that would appeal to the sophisticated, looking for an convincng health vision.
We created an engaging and educational mobile web-app that helps Business owners make every online presence of their products more visible. The project also included the creation of the “Medicinal Plants of India ” as a desktop experience.
With no visuals of the product, no previous marketing materials or digital graphics, the development of this Chinese e-commerce website began from the ground up. We sketched the creative concept, shot custom visuals, designed 3D animations, and created a very successful online store.
A Website design that feels fun, fresh and vibrant. Playful animations, big images, and bold colors showcase the brand. Welch’s® Fruit Snacks is a wholesome, yummy snack that puts fruit first. The website visuals show just that. Gorgeous fruit pieces are bouncing on the screen.
As a succesful digital agency, Iqsoft has been producing beautiful websites for over 19 years.
Our work is a labour of love and we are dedicated to creating social impact. That’s why our clients return to us. Our effort is aligned to their goals.
From corporate identity to website development and digital campaigns, we help brands dazzle their audience and grow their bottom line with visible results.
Creating awesome website experiences
for our clients is our business. With over 19 years of technical savvy, you can count on us to design every pixel to perfection. Our coders play with cutting edge technology and innovative ideas. We have deep insights into many industries and an expert UX/UI team ready to roll.
Building a memorable logo
is at the core of a great digital presence. If your branding is missing clarity and meaning or needs a little beauty lift, our team is here to help. Creating the entire brand identity of a business is an exciting task, and we can build out all aspects covering the logo/mark, brand guidelines, and related print materials. Let us give you the “wow” factor!
Combining quantitative data with qualitative insights
we can craft a powerful message that will capture attention and drive conversions. Our campaign capabilities help brands enrich and amplify the way they communicate with the world around them.
Moving pictures that dazzle your audience
In our quest for the quality we have developed our own animation and video production division. Our team can shoot films, create storyboards, make 3D animations, build illustration videos, and simply rock motion graphics. We do everything in-house, enhancing the web design process from start to finish.
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When Nathan Klein started graduate school two years ago, his advisers proposed a modest plan: to work together on one of the most famous, long-standing problems in theoretical computer science. Even if they didn’t manage to solve it, they figured, Klein would learn a lot in the process. He went along with the idea. “I didn’t know to be intimidated,” he said. “I was just a first-year grad student — I don’t know what’s going on.” Now, in a paper posted online in July, Klein and his advisers at the University of Washington, Anna Karlin and Shayan Oveis Gharan, have finally achieved a goal computer scientists have pursued for nearly half a century: a better way to find approximate solutions to the traveling salesperson problem.
What does it feel like to be both alive and dead? That question irked and inspired Hungarian-American physicist Eugene Wigner in the 1960s. He was frustrated by the paradoxes arising from the vagaries of quantum mechanics—the theory governing the microscopic realm that suggests, among many other counterintuitive things, that until a quantum system is observed, it does not necessarily have definite properties. Take his fellow physicist Erwin Schrödinger’s famous thought experiment in which a cat is trapped in a box with poison that will be released if a radioactive atom decays. Radioactivity is a quantum process, so before the box is opened, the story goes, the atom has both decayed and not decayed, leaving the unfortunate cat in limbo—a so-called superposition between life and death. But does the cat experience being in superposition?
In the 12th episode of Cosmos, which aired on December 14, 1980, the program’s co-creator and host Carl Sagan introduced television viewers to astronomer Frank Drake’s eponymous equation. Using it, he calculated the potential number of advanced civilizations in the Milky Way that could contact us using the extraterrestrial equivalent of our modern radio-communications technology. Sagan’s estimate ranged from “a pitiful few” to millions. “If civilizations do not always destroy themselves shortly after discovering radio astronomy, then the sky may be softly humming with messages from the stars,” Sagan intoned in his inimitable way.