I created a demo project for use by businesses that sell products and services of various types. This app has a catalog, product profiles and ratings. The content in the app can be changed easily, so clients are able to get a personalized demonstration product in a short amount of time.
Our client, an Indonesian fitness company, decided to create a customer-facing mobile app to satisfy the demands of their customers. We created a technical specification, built an MVP, and deployed it within strict deadlines. In this case study, we describe how we managed to optimize the customer experience with a mobile app and integrate it into an existing web system for both clients and administrators.
Our client is a European logistics company that decided to create a customer-facing mobile app over three years ago. We deployed the app and have continued supporting it. But over the years, UI and UX standards have changed. In this case study, we describe how we redesigned both the visual aspects and business logic of this logistics app. We made the app more compelling, modern, and competitive, increasing the loyalty of our client’s end customers.
We’ve been working on our retail client’s mobile app for almost four years. To increase sales through the application and reflect changes to business, our client decided to redesign the application. In this case study, we show how we used data about user behavior to change the UI — and, most importantly, the UX — to make the sale funnel shorter and more effective.
How We Increased Offline Sales by Connecting a Mobile Retail Platform to Brick-and-Mortar Stores with Location-Based Notifications
To drive offline sales through the mobile app experience, we implemented location-based push notifications for our retail client. Read about how we implemented this feature and what challenges we encountered. Thanks to our quality assurance experts and lots of research on the part of our developers, we were able to increase both time spent in the app and the retention rate.
Flutter and React Native are cross-platform frameworks that were developed by two tech giants as technologies to power apps of the future. Flutter is young compared to the more mature React Native, but both are still new on the market and have every chance of becoming the most widely used framework. I decided to create a small and simple project in both Flutter and React Native and share my impressions with you.
Overcoming Inconsistencies in a Logistics App: Connecting Native Features with a React Native Module
We’ve been working with a large European logistics company for three years, building and supporting their customer-facing mobile app. In this case study, we describe how we set up efficient communication between customers and the client’s support team via a chatbot integrated with the Salesforce platform.
Our client came to us with a great idea, and we made it into one of our best and most detailed technical specifications. Read our case study about when professional background and deep knowledge of market meets mobile expertise and technical background.
How to create an effective mobile strategy? We learned this from our experience, and you can now learn from ours! In just half a year Mobindustry managed to bring a mobile retail platform 88% increase in active users, 41% increased retention rate and 60% bigger average check. Read how we created an ecommerce app for a retail leader and what lessons we have to share.
Are games just for kids? The trend of gamification in retail apps proves they aren’t! Adults enjoy games just as much, especially when they offer bonuses. Retail companies have adopted gamification in their apps, and AliExpress is one of the brightest examples of gamification in ecommerce app.
In recent years, Uber-for-X companies like Instacart have been popping up for everything from in-home hair stylists to mobile bike mechanics. The concept of connecting people by location in terms of service has become a real trend.