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Microservices architecture for E-commerce

Microservices architecture for E-commerce

Industry: E-commerce

We did: Widget development using microservice architecture.

A large online store aimed to implement a convenient live chat for the website, which would handle a high load (25000+ unique visitors daily), work quickly and without interruptions. Softvoya suggested using Upservice chat developed by our team on microservice architecture, which allowed us to scale the widget and increase its performance.

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Custom Mobile App Development for EFR

Custom Mobile App Development for EFR

Industry: Healthcare/nonprofit organizations

We did: marketing analysis, UX/UI design, cross-platform mobile app development.

The client’s goal was to create a user-friendly mobile application that includes all social care services in one place. The project includes: chat, appointment making, sending notifications, materials pages – blog, podcasts, webinars. The peculiarity of the creation was cross-platform development, which allowed the simultaneous release of the application for users of iOS and Android platforms.

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EasySoup

EasySoup

Industry: Service Industry

We did: User research, UX/UI design, Website & Ecommerce development

A healthy fast food chain wanted an upgrade from a landing page to a fully optimized website. The solution had to synchronize retailers’ point-of-sale systems with online delivery accounts. The key features should include: a personal account, loyalty program, a user-friendly food catalog, and an add to cart option.

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Heliosphere

Heliosphere

Industry: Aerospace Industry

We did: User research, UX/UI design, website development

This producer of spaceship and flight simulation equipment wanted a user friendly website to demonstrate the company’s expertise. Key features should include: a catalog page with navigation, admin panel for downloading content, and a contact form with two-step authentication.

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KayakVenture

KayakVenture

Industry: Sports & Equipment

We did: UX/UI design, Mobile development

The client wanted to design an MVP app for kayak rentals. The application should include registration via Apple ID, an interactive map, a booking system for different sports equipment and boats, and support for leaving comments and feedback.

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Employee & Family Resources

Employee & Family Resources

Industry: Healthcare

We did: UX/UI design, Website development

EFR (Employees and Family Resources) specializes in the prevention, intervention, and treatment of substance use disorders and behavioral health issues. The client wanted to redesign a corporate website of a non-profit organization that helps people manage life’s challenges to reach their full potential.

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Karzal

Karzal

Industry: Sharing economy

We did: User research, UX/UI design, website development

The customer wanted to develop an MVP for a digital renting platform for equipment, household appliances, and other goods. The goal of the project was to develop a user-friendly marketplace that comprises: a sign-in process, personal account settings, connection to the payment systems, ability to comment and rate items, and an item booking option.

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Pilates Iowa

Pilates Iowa

Industry: Fitness and Health

We did: UX/UI design, Website development

Pilates Iowa establishes a platform that will allow instructors to interact and learn from other instructors as well as clients. The client wanted to develop a website that would function as a reliable and trustworthy hub of information related to Pilates. A website should be connected with a forum and be fully customized.

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