What was the scope of their involvement?
They worked on the frontend design and UX for the application. We had built something that wasn’t on the market previously, so we’re a classic start-up with new technology. We deliver content based on someone’s exact location, so they had to come up with ideas of how to present that content and how to structure it. From the UX and graphics perspective, it was a challenge.
For UX they used Axure to create wireframes. For the graphic design, they mainly used all the Adobe products such as Photoshop and InDesign. They helped us to think outside the box, and gave us advice as they saw fit.
What is the team composition?
My main point of contact was one of the managers. He introduced the project and did the first workshops with us. We also worked with two UX designers and had two graphic designers on board who supported the graphic design. The project managers kept the project together, but we mainly communicated directly to the specialists.
How did you come to work with EDISONDA?
We were referred to them. We usually only hire companies which we know of from someone else. They were four or five different companies that pitched on the project, but we decided to move forward with EDISONDA because they had personal contact and we were close to them in the beginning. They also had the best ideas to some of our very specific problems.
How much have you invested in them?
We spent close to €50,000 ($61,550 USD).
What is the status of this engagement?
We worked with them from January of 2016 until November of 2017.