A client of ours in the Online Education space asked us to design a website that would serve as a platform for teachers to share curriculum-driven content and would enable students to access that content interactively and engagingly. Their idea was to use stories and characters as a part of their pedagogy because they felt that an immersive experience is the best way to attract and retain children's attention.
What’s unique about this platform is that it allows teachers to monetise the content they upload. So, in essence, they serve as a marketplace where content can be bought and sold. Our clients would use the submitted content to create lesson plans from a story-telling perspective to be entertaining and instructive at the same time.
Since their core idea was to have an attractive and interactive website that could easily explain what they were offering to anyone who visited, there were a few essential aspects that we had to especially focus on, such as:
To fulfil the mandate given to us, our tech team used a host of tools such as:
On the back of this tech stack, we designed a website that was rich in design and colour elements. Since the idea was to make it appealing and interactive simultaneously, we deployed custom themes that kids could play around with while spending time on the website and accessing all the information they needed.
To create an onboarding flow, we had to firstly map out the customer journey on the website. Beginning from the homepage, all the way to the final date point required to complete a successful sign-up, we had to identify areas where we could add or remove an extra step to expedite the overall process.
Reconciling that with all the relevant information our client needed about a visitor and the overall regulatory framework was the approach that our team felt would work best.
Creating a framework also helped us identify where most people were dropping off in the sign-up process, and that data let us fix those pain points to further streamline the overall process.
Our biggest observation in the overall process is the frequency with which we had to modify elements based on the feedback we received or the data we were collecting. We had to be dynamic in our building approach and flexible in adding or removing elements that were previously working or not working.
We collaborated with a company which was a huge name in the business of import/export of Ayurvedic products and was looking for a better order management mechanism. They were relying solely on excel sheets and were on the lookout for a more efficient way to organise, manage and keep track of their orders.
We partnered with a company in the travel booking and management space that enables corporates to book, customise and manage their travel programmes. They came to us with a mandate of revamping their website and mobile apps in a bid to retain more customers, reduce negative feedback and redesign their platform to match the industry standard.
Our team was tasked with designing a tool that helps our client manage everyday functional services such as accounting for cost, billing their customers and the like. It also acts as a shared procurement and collaborative platform for partner companies to leverage the shared resources and run their operations.
We teamed up with a US-based, industry leader in the manufacturing of Electronic Safekeeping Devices that was facing issues on multiple fronts. The mandate we received from them required us to design separate solutions to help them overcome each of those issues.
We were tasked with creating an MCIS (Merchant Campaign Item Selector) that would let users create a price and items list for advertising vehicles on our client’s website.
We were given the mandate to create an application for a big name in the retail industry that enables its store owners to order new, pre-defined digital signages or customise their own signages.
We worked on a project for a huge name in the retail sector that was facing problems in organizing the data of its products and vendors in a way that it could be used for promotional events and understanding customer preferences across demographic segments.
HRHNext, a client of ours in the Customers Solutions Space, needed an all-in-one HRMS Application for their employees. They aimed to enable all employees to access a unified dashboard that they could use for their day-to-day operations.
A multinational pharmaceutical company tasked with creating an all-in-one unified application that would bring Doctors, Patients, Pharmacies, and Health Insurance providers to a single platform. Their aim was to make it easy for patients to book consultations and appointments, access lab reports, order medicines, and procure all their insurance information from a single interface.
Stanford Sonoma, a major player in the Commercial Restaurant Supplies industry, was looking to expand the scope of its operations by digitizing its offerings and foraying into the e-commerce sector.
We collaborated with one of the biggest global sports apparel brands in the world to create an application that professional designers and sports persons could use to customize equipment like football gloves, chest guards, baseball fielding, and batting gloves.