What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
We won an annual award for the best Hungarian website in 2014 with this project. My company, which was the main producer of the site was shut down, but the site is still going. To this day, there are over 100,000 visitors on the site daily, even though it hasn’t been updated. This was accomplished with no marketing budget.
We get messages every day about expanding the site, so it could’ve been even bigger. Teachers and students loved it, and they’re using it in their everyday lives.
How did Integral Vision perform from a project management standpoint?
We had two-week sprints with demos at the end of each one. These involved long, productive meetings to discuss the next phase. It was a very smooth project. Their work was always on time, and we had no serious mix-ups. We were able to stay on budget, on plan, and on schedule. It would be hard to criticize them.
What did you find most impressive about them?
Their UX people are impressive. It’s a fairly young team of people and, because of the closeness of age with the target audience, they were able to come up with great ideas.
Something else I really valued was their deep ownership of the product. They were invested in it from the very beginning, and they gave us their best people. They offered a lot of great ideas and weren’t afraid to tell us if we were on the wrong path.
Are there any areas they could improve?
They’re smaller than they ought to be, and they could grow faster. We don’t work together anymore, but we’ve maintained a good relationship, so I’ve seen their progress. They’re quite selective about their projects, and they put a high emphasis on connecting with their clients—that means they pick and choose, but they do it well.
Do you have any advice for future clients of theirs?
I would absolutely recommend them without any concerns. They’re a top-tier team.