We design, develop, and deploy software solutions for organizations across industries.
In close partnership with our clients, we develop and implement reliable IT solutions to tackle different business problems. InCode provides product consulting, UX/UI design, web application development, and software development services for different industries, including healthcare, real estate, e-commerce, and entertainment.
After 20 years of work experience in digital marketing in London, our client wanted to help local businesses in his home city Nairobi adapt online marketing technologies into their business.
In close collaboration, we conceptualized the idea and built a cross-platform and adaptive marketing tool where businesses could create various digital reward programs, set up automatic email and SMS campaigns, and track customers’ engagement and behavior patterns.
Since it was the first digital product for the client to build, we devoted a considerable amount of time to analyzing the market and conceptualizing the idea together. We held a workshop where we gave an overview of similar platforms in different markets, presented our portfolio, and walked the client through our capabilities and expertise areas. We also comprehensively analyzed the client’s vision and ideas.
We leveraged the agile methodology testing different hypothesizes and testing results. We had daily stand-up meetings with the team and the client, regular calls about the project status and future plan of action.
With a set of modern frameworks such as mindmap creation, customer journey map, wireframing, and testing, our UX/UI built interface design to serve a large customer base of local business users and customers of different age groups.
Wireframe annotations developed by the designer served as an additional instruction to developers to deliver the product with each element functioning exactly as planned.
Admin panel with an up-to-date customer database was available.
- 5 types of users (advertiser, customer, admin, publisher, reseller)
- Likes, dislikes, and feedback of businesses
- Search and filter business by location, type, rating
- Complex amind panel (add a business description with photos, pictures, set discounts, track
- The built-in reward program for customers
- Integration with the telecommunication provider for automated SMS-campaigns
GolfTime is a national German golf news provider that has been operating for over 15 years. They have established an excellent reputation and gained a loyal customer base. With the digitalization of consumer behavior, GolfTime sought to improve the user experience of customers and reduce the risk of losing their well-established position.
In 6 months, we redesigned the current website and created an up-to-date cross-platform news portal. There was an admin panel developed for the company's in-house team to be able to easily build website blocks without any programming knowledge.
Following our well-established practices, we first held a discovery workshop to tap into GolfTIme’s business model. We researched the current target audience, their behavior patterns, and stages of the customer journey they experience the most negative emotions on.
After a deep understanding was gained, we were ready to take on the digital transformation with GolfTime. The company had a clear idea of what design style they are aiming for, and our UX/UI designer worked closely together with the company’s director to deliver the user-friendly, simple and intuitive structure. The goal was to have an interface easy to navigate through for customers of all age groups.
The result was a powerful back-end system built in Laravel PHP framework with modern design and quality user-experience at the front-end. In addition to improving and refreshing the look, we also implemented a couple of new features both for the users and GolfTime’s employees.
One major update was the aggregation of data from major tournaments’ data so that the subscribers could check players’ statistics and tournament information in real-time.
- Modern and familiar UX tiles design
- Fully-responsive and cross-platform website
- Automatic aggregation of real-time players’ statistics and tournament information
- Easy-to-use admin to build website blocks with widgets without any programming knowledge
Over the course of 3 months, we developed a web version of the social media application Bookya - the platform to bring electronic music enthusiasts together.
With the web application, the start-up increased the existing user base, improved the user experience of the current community.
Being a young start-up, Bookya had 2 challenges to overcome - cost and time. After the instructions were clearly provided by the client, we built a small team of 3 professionals - a project manager, UX/UI designer, and a front-end developer to deliver the high-performing product in 3 months.
Along the way, we had weekly workshops with the client to present the progress that had already been made, and discuss the scope of work for the next week. This way, our partners always had an opportunity to react to market changes and evolving competition by implementing new features to the platform.
Through the research of user flows and description of user stories, our UX/UI designer built prototypes of interfaces with easy navigation. The front-end developer leveraged the capabilities of AngularJS to deliver a robust web experience and bring the prototypes to life.
Now, vendors’ have access to a database of music creators across genres and geographic regions, and artists have a tool to build community and expand their network.
- Interactive map to discover artists by genre and region
- Social media platform for easy interactions
- Booking engine to book an artist for any event
Our client was a beats maker and had a small website where he shared his music with friends and followers. However, there was a potential and desire to create much more - a user-friendly online store for people alike.
In 7 months, we developed a platform for up-and-coming music creators to share and sell their beats and singles, analyze customers' statistics, and improve their engagement.
We started with building a clear understanding of customer’s ideas, needs, expectations, and requirements through having regular calls with discussion workshops.
Since the idea and the set of features and platform’s requirements were not finalized, we conducted collaborative market research and helped the client develop the value proposition, and conceptualize the idea.
After a clear understanding was achieved, a team of InCode designers and developers started visualizing and building the product!
Our developers leveraged the capabilities of AngularJS and NodeJs to deliver a robust web and mobile experience, with interfaces assisting listeners with easy navigation and purchase.
Admin panel was available for vendors to track users’ activity, set discounts and promotions, and monitor sales history. It also provided tools to support communications between users and beats creators.
- 3 types of users
- E-commerce store
- Built-in tool to upload and download music
- Admin panel to track users’ activity, set discounts and promotions, and monitor sales history
- Live chat
In 2 months we created a minimum viable product (MVP) to test our client’s business idea. We developed a web-service where people could find a match for the apartment rental in Berlin.
The service had a desktop and mobile versions with a powerful back-end system to match users based on their interests, budget, and requirements.
Our project manager had a discovery workshop with the client. We explored and conceptualized the idea together. About a week later, we laid out the project roadmap and agreed upon timelines and budget. The front-end development team was ready to start tackling the project.
Our designer created a simple design with user-friendly interfaces and easy navigation. The development team used the capabilities of the MEAN stack (AngularJS, MongoDB) to deliver a powerful app. QuckBlox has been integrated as a third-party chat service.
The product was built in the form of a web and mobile app.
There was a personal profile developed where users could enter their personal details including habits such as smoking and drinking if they have pets, their profession, budget, and desired neighborhood area.
The platform would match people based on the data entered during sign-up and propose suggestions to users. One major feature was a custom-built newsletter for each new user with 10 appropriate apartments with roommate suggestions.
Once both parties would approve the suggested match, there was a live chat built-in for them to discuss the potential rental.
- Built-in algorithm to match users based on the input data during sign-up
- Chatbot presenting suitable apartment options for the customers
- Live chat for users
- An integrated database of apartments available for rent
We built a service for a remote apartment rental in New York. The project consists of a desktop application for people looking for apartments and a mobile application for real estate agents that list properties.
The users can check available properties via the interactive map, inspect the desired property using a live streaming service and ask the real estate agent questions via live chat.
Since we were creating a new project, we designed and developed everything from scratch. Starting with the discussion workshop with the client, we came up with design concepts and wireframes to introduce navigation logic and test our hypotheses about users.
Once all parties were on the same page, our development team jumped in following the project roadmap and timetable. To built the product, our developers used jQuery on the front-end and PHP on the back-end.
Six months after the first workshop was held, the MVP was ready.
Real estate agents could create a profile through a mobile app entering details about their available properties. Through the admin panel, they could schedule a live streaming video session to showcase the apartment. In real-time, users could ask the real estate agent different questions in separate life chats and leave feedback after the sessions.
Users had an interactive map available with available properties for rent and the ones where the live streaming session was happening at the moment. Through a simple and user-friendly search tool, users could filter apartments by a selection of criteria and book themselves into a live streaming session.
Using the platform, the users and agents streamline the process of apartment rental and reduce their risk of fraud and time loss.
- 3 types of users
- Interactive map with marked pins. Each pin is a streaming session arranged by an agent
- Search tool through the database of the available apartment by chosen criteria
- Livestreaming with a live chat built to showcase the apartment