Mobile app prototyping is an act of creating the working model of the future application. This process is crucial both for the client and the team of developers.
On one side it allows the team to get a better understanding of the customer's business processes and get closer to the specifics of his company, on the other hand, it helps the customer to test the viability of the idea or startup and save a decent amount of time and budget.
As for the IOS prototyping and the Android app prototyping, we involve professional UX/UI designer. The expert builds his work according to central principles of usability, iOS and Android (Material design) UI-guides (GUI - Graphical User Interface) and requirements of the business.
A unique system that provides energy savings in hotel segment. The startup is based on the Internet of Things technologies and deploys its functionality on the projected $1 Billion hotel energy management market.
Conectric includes a set of patented technologies and tools, the data of the Internet of Things sensors, and business intelligence.
The whole scope of work was implemented on the dedicated team model.Go to case study
An international fashion marketplace with extensive capacities for both vendors and shoppers.
We have built the game-changing platform with fancy UI/UX design for 2-sided environment of vendors and shoppers. Trendeo gives access to the latest fashion brands for everyone offering them most of the time at hefty discounts.
The major idea behind this project is bringing highly customized offers to buyers and with the help of this, multiplying sales for vendors.Go to case study
The project that brings human resources management into the new level. Erns&Young app is a seamless cutting-edge recruitment tool to applicants.
We presented a mobile recruitment app, which provides easy access to essential corporate info including company’s background, news and events, vacancies and most importantly, allows applying to job openings and get feedback from a recruitment team in real time.Go to case study