For Immediate Release: 2/5/16

Ben West

Radial Development Group


Radial Development Group Creates and Donates Custom App For Loveland Museum

App Teaching Children How To Address Letters Will Be Part of New Loveland Remailing Exhibit

Loveland, CO: Radial Development Group, a custom web and mobile applications development company, announced the launch of Snail Mail, a custom educational application for the Loveland Museum. The game teaches children how to properly address and stamp an envelope.

Start page for Snail Mail Application

“As a Loveland tech company, we wanted to give back to the community. Donating our time and talent to help the museum was a great opportunity to do this,” said Ben West, Radial’s president and founder.

The company worked closely with the Loveland Museum to identify their needs for the application through an interview and storyboarding process. They then engaged an illustrator to create Pete the Carrier Pigeon, a friendly character who guides children through the game. The final game consists of a drag-and-drop interface that allows museum visitors to type in addresses, but ensures privacy because it does not store any data.

The application will launch on Friday, Feb. 9 at 6pm, in conjunction with Loveland’s Night On The Town. It will become a permanent part of the museum’s Loveland Valentine Re-mailing Exhibit.

About Radial Development Group: Radial Development Group believes great software starts with a good conversation — and a cup of coffee. Our expert team creates web and mobile applications that are a delight to use. When you work with us you’ll find a partner committed to your product, from idea to launch.