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Gazprom Neft, Kaspersky Lab, Yandex.Realty, Urban Group, CIAN, Tinkoff Bank, BCS, Alfa-Bank, Renaissance Insurance, S7 Airlines, Yota, Yota Devices, Qtech
Gazprom Neft is a vertically integrated oil company engaged primarily in oil and gas exploration, production, and refining, as well as production and sale of petroleum products.
The main goal of the Professionals 4.0 project is to connect major corporations with talented performers.
The project includes an internet platform, mobile application, and offline events. CSSSR is in charge of developing front-end, including the main page, performer and company dashboards, as well as the projects page.
The first public version was launched in spring 2019. Since then, our team keeps developing new functionality and released several major updates over the past year.
S7 Airlines is the largest Russian domestic private airline.
Personal account provides quick access to the Airline's services: customers can view their reservations and participate in the loyalty program.
We develop the entire front-end for the adaptive website of the project.
The first public version was released at the end of 2018, since then, we keep working on its new functionality.
We currently implement flight statistics and login through social networks. Then we are going to conduct significant refactoring and improve the performance of the web application. The entire front-end is written on Next.js — a modern React framework.
Qmarketing creates advanced digital advertising for companies in Russia, Western Europe and Silicon Valley. The agency's clients include major commercial banks and numerous start-ups.
QMarketing Academy is an interactive system that teach how to choose the most effective analytical and promotional tools. Beginner entrepreneurs, marketing specialists and CEOs are trained on the basis of real cases, fill in knowledge gaps and obtain a certificate of successful completion of the course.
We have been entrusted with front-end development — authorization page, user profile, interactive training block and certificate issuance page. After the development completion our team carried out integration with the customer's API.
This case will be remembered for complex logic and almost complete lack of HTML coding.
We were engaged in the development of an internal sales planning tool for Brusnika managers. Our team used Node.js to integrate into the customer’s database and output sorted data. Work with «Sales Planning» is done in an interface similar to a table editor. Thanks to this tool the company’s employees can see the real estate price growth dynamics, verify information about past transactions and forecast the value of the real estate object for months ahead.
As part of the project, our team has implemented the application functionality, in which a Mindbox’s client can create new promotions, assign discounts, generate promotional codes, edit and delete data.
For this application we developed an unconventional Drag-and-drop — it works within a tree structure containing data with different parameters. For example, a user can create a "Promotion" group with subgroups "Discount", "Accrual of Points", "Gift-with-Purchase" and "Discount by Promotion Code", set up the parameters of each entity, and after the completion of the promotion, copy the whole entity or drag individual entities to a new group for reuse.
The nesting level of the tree structure is unlimited, so we developed an unusual navigation chain: upon reaching nesting level 7, it shows only a part of the navigation and items with higher priority.
Our team was engaged in Flant landing pages elaborating. We developed and tested 7 pages, adapted them for viewing on any device, including Retina, and adjusted customer’s CRM application form.
Mosoblgaz JSC is one of the largest gas distribution companies in Russia, which implements a large-scale program of the Moscow Region Government "Development of the Moscow Region Gasification until 2025". Maximum gasification of the Moscow Region is the company's main task and social mission.
We have developed a personal account for legal entities, which allows to get quick access to Mosblgaz services, send documents for approval, get a detailed report on expenses or file an application for connection to the gas supply system. The personal account supports role models and restrictions for individual employees.
Upon the layout completion, our team conducted full testing on required devices, browsers and permissions, and integrated the front-end with the customer's API.
"They have offered solutions to issues whether or not it was beyond their scope of work."
CSSSR is revamping a web's UX and UI design for a wireless network communications company. They are tasked with outsourcing the web's UX and UI designs and developing the web's front-end.
"They have offered solutions to issues whether or not it was beyond their scope of work."
Apr 23, 2021
Although the project hasn't launched yet, the client is impressed with CSSSR's team as they have developed a seamless website successfully. Their team's project management has been efficient and effective in the workflow. They have been communicative and responsive to provide progress updates.
The client submitted this review online.
Please describe your company and your position there.
Subnero is a provider of innovative products and solutions to facilitate underwater wireless networked communications and in-water sensing & monitoring. Our company has 10 employees and we are a spin-off from the National University of Singapore (NUS) Acoustic Research Laboratory (ARL) based in Singapore.
Our solutions include software-defined underwater modems, a customisable network stack that adapts to a variety of environments and applications, and a Subnero Water Assessment Network (SWAN) that uses autonomous robots to monitor the quality of water in reservoirs and lakes. I am the product manager for SWAN at Subnero. I oversee the product life cycle for SWAN, including design, development, testing, and addition of new features.
For what projects/services did your company hire CSSSR?
For our SWAN project, we wanted to revamp the SwanViz UI-UX into a simple, clean and intuitive interface for our end user. We outsourced the design and front-end development of the UI-UX to CSSSR.
What were your goals for this project?
We wanted an easy-to-use User Interface (UI) for the SwanViz, with simple and informative dashboards, and a mobile-responsive UI. We also had a user requirements document containing a comprehensive list of tabs, tasks, goals and specifications for different user roles that we needed to fulfill for this project. We also needed a skillful team to take on the front-end development of the UI, as we did not have the expertise nor manpower to work on this aspect.
How did you select CSSSR?
We found them as we were looking for UI-UX designers through Google search. Their website and portfolio looks professional. They seemed to follow standard processes and the workflow looks structured. We proceeded to set up a meeting with them to discuss our requirements and expectations, and decided to select CSSSR from a few other options, after our discussion with them went well.
Describe the project in detail.
The SwanViz is a web application that displays the progress of various missions carried out by the SwanBots (SWAN robot), and also allows real-time visualization of the water quality data collected by the SwanBots using heat maps and plots. Users also make use of the SwanViz to configure and update existing missions for monitoring the water quality in reservoirs/lakes and to configure alerts settings for the water quality parameters.
All of these project requirements were captured in a user stories document, which we handed over to the CSSSR team when we started the project with them. We started off with remote video meetings to discuss our goals and objectives, and clarify the queries they had on our requirements as stated in the user stories document. Within the first two weeks, we received design mockups on the UI. We reviewed the mockups and provided our feedback to them, which they took to revise the design further. After several iterations in the design, the design was finalized and we moved onto the front-end development phase.
The development phase was split into 2 different stages in order to meet our tight timeline. The first stage was focused on delivering the more important features we had prioritized, whereas the second stage was to deliver the other remaining features in our user stories. After several rounds of testing as well as after the Final Acceptance Test, we are now into our support phase of the project.
What was the team composition?
We were assigned a project manager and account manager to support us and serve as the main points of contact throughout the project. There were also 3 frontend developers (i.e. High Middle, Senior and Principal), and 1 QA (Middle) resource.
Can you share any outcomes from the project that demonstrate progress or success?
The project is still ongoing and has not been delivered to the end user. However, we are impressed with the usability, flow, look, and technical aspects of the user interface, and we believe it will improve the overall user experience for the end user.
How effective was the workflow between your team and theirs?
The interactions between both teams have been good. While CSSSR was working on the design and front-end development for the SWAN, our team was working on the back-end development for this application. The planning and scheduling of work done by the CSSSR team were quite efficient, which made it convenient for both teams to work collaboratively. Though both the teams were in different time zones, this did not seem to affect the works very much.
The CSSSR team also communicated very quickly to us whenever they had an issue or query that required our attention or response, and this allowed issues to be resolved quickly and efficiently.
What did you find most impressive about this company?
CSSSR has good knowledge and experience about UI and front-end development. Although we were new to some of the technologies used for the application, they patiently provided guidance to us. We also liked that CSSSR was very flexible to work with. For complex issues, whether project or technical in nature, they were dedicated at finding a workaround solution, and managed to provide an effective solution that worked for both their team and ours.
They have offered solutions to issues whether or not it was beyond their scope of work.
Are there any areas for improvement?
We are overall satisfied with the collaboration with CSSSR, as well as the results that they have delivered. During the development process, we found several features that we wanted to implement in our interface but they were classified by CSSSR as a new requirement. In the end, both teams managed to come to an agreement on a solution to include the features.
We appreciate the open and direct communication by them during this project, as well as the continual effort and commitment CSSSR put into making things work.