Website and App Design and Development

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Mobomo is a premier website and mobile application design and development agency. We have extensive experience in creating functional, large-scale, engaging mobile and responsive designs. Our process helps to uncover the characteristics of your users by learning about their needs, wants, and limitations.

We design and develop our products to abide by 508, HIPAA, COPPA compliance regulations.

Capabilities: Ruby on Rails, UX/UI Design, Data Visualization, AngularJS, Node.js, Backbone.js

 

Services | Our Process

Discover: We absorb and research all the critical details and requirements of your application and find exactly where Mobomo can help. From complex data & back-end code, to visual design & front-end support. We do it all.

Build: Our data and research guides us in building the best application that satisfies your requirements and fulfills your user’s needs. Using contemporary, industry-standard technologies, Intridea delivers a product that lasts.

Learn: Applications need continuous iteration, maintenance & upgrades. We make that painless.

Want to learn more? Check out our services page! 

 
$50,000+
 
$150 - $199 / hr
 
50 - 249
 Founded
2007
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Vienna, VA
headquarters
  • 1600 Spring Hill Road Suite 300
    Vienna, VA 22182
    United States
other locations
  • Springfield, MO 65619
    United States
  • Buenos Aires
    Argentina

Portfolio

Key clients: 

NASA, USGS, Gallup, USO, NOAA Fisheries, PockitShip, Pulse, the United States Navy, RGS, CSBA, Navy Mutal, The World Bank, NALC, Pacify, Real Time Cases, Coester, Just Seen. 

The World Bank

World Bank which is headquartered in Washington,D.C., reached out to Mobomo in 2014 in hopes of creating an app that would allow people to find locations where they can send money to a different country at the touch of a fingertip. We created Pick Remit which is an API driven application that users can search for remittance prices based on users’ location. We were able to create a dashboard for firms so that they could load and

push data out to the users. We also developed the option to integrate firms’ APIs to automatically get their information without the need of manual input.

Bozzuto

Bozzuto reached out and was in the need of tech consulting. Since they manage numerous properties on a high level, property managers are required to produce packages each month that consist of items such as accounting documents, tax files, and other paperwork relevant to that particular property. Internal resources were spending time gathering these files and sending items to each location, and as a result Bozzuto felt they

were using valuable resources to do something that could be automated.

NASA

In 2013, our team migrated www.NASA.gov —a site with over 250,000+ pages, 1.4 million assets, and 3 TBs of data—from a proprietary data center and content management system (CMS) to Amazon Cloud and Drupal 7 without downtime or service interruption. This was a colossal task: Mobomo completed the entire effort in just 13 weeks. The results were so colossal, in fact, that www.NASA.goveven won a highly coveted Webby

Award.

Mobomo has architected the www.NASA.gov Drupal 7 AWS cloud environment with security, performance, and availability in mind. It is architected in a fashion that separates the content management system from the public website infrastructure to provide maximum security. It is deployed in multiple AWS availability zones for redundancy, handles over 250 content editors performing over 1,000 content updates a day, receives on average close to one million page views a day, and manages peaks loads of over 5,000,000 page views a day representing over 200,000 simultaneous visitors.

USO

USO was seeking to design, develop, and deploy a cross-platform mobile application that introduces an additional channel for United States military service members and their families to better engage with USO centers and programs. Specifically, this mobile application will foster greater discoverability of locations where USO provides services and programs offered by the USO through its distributed locations and

online.

This mobile application launched in the spring of 2017 as part of a series of deployments on a fixed schedule starting with a limited beta release to 15 USO centers.

Pulse Healthcare

Pulse is a healthcare platform that focuses on joint replacement recovery. This platform helps to connect patients and their doctors. The patient uses the app while the provider uses a dashboard. Providers guide their patients activity through the app so that patients can keeps their doctors up-to-date on their recovery at the touch of a fingertip.

Vested.org

Vested.org, powered by the Calvert Foundation, is an online platform where individuals can invest as little as $20 in the causes and places that matter to them. 

HumanProgress.org

The Cato Institute is among the nation's most well-respected public policy think tanks. One of the Cato Institute's initiatives is to help stimulate intelligent debate on the drivers of human progress.

American Bible Society

With their javascript API generating billions of records every year, ABS needed help making sense of their data. We partnered with ABS to create ScriptureAnalytics.com, a site that gives insights into their vast collection of data.

SocialCode

SocialCode empowers hundreds of companies to realize the power of social marketing on Facebook and Twitter, using complex algorithms. They approached Intridea to develop a set of tools that would enable ad managers to consume and relay information to clients from these massive data sets.

Amazon Mechanical Turk

The mTurk team at Amazon knew they already had a revolutionary product but wanted to rework the architecture and interface to make it more intuitive for their users. They came to Intridea to help them optimize the user experience for both new and existing users in the system. 

National Fish & Wildlife Foundation

Combining a beautiful user interface, smart-synching backend tech, and a flexible web-based content editor, the system we built for the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation raises awareness of exciting new conservation efforts.

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Custom iOS Application for Management Consultancy

"The work they did for us was quite good."

Quality: 
4.5
Schedule: 
4.0
Cost: 
5.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
$50,000 to $199,999
Project summary: 

Mobomo developed two custom iOS applications for the Efiia Group. One application was a limited version of the full-feature application.

The Reviewer
 
11-50 Employees
 
Washington, DC
Managing Partner, The Efiia Group
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

The application was used extensively by 16 federal government agencies. This consistent use was the biggest indicator of success. Mobomo's creative process and thorough knowledge of the industry enabled them to deliver a high-performing solution.

A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.

BACKGROUND

Could you provide a brief description of your organization?

I work for a management consultancy predominantly focused on the U.S. government.

What is your position?

I’m one of the managing partners.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

Could you describe the business challenges you were attempting to address when you first approached Mobomo?

We had a framework that we wanted to articulate to others in an interactive manner. It was to produce different outputs for the various scenarios and inputs with which we would be working. We wanted to have an app that was more of a marketing item. We wanted it to have a subset of the overall framework and capabilities. It was a sort of demo version.

The secondary project was an encapsulation of the full framework, all of its permeations, and then linking that up to a database wherein we could take the inputs in real time of multiple participants that would be using the app in a workshop or session. We would then aggregate their responses so that we could dig into what the organization’s current maturity or capabilities were at the starting point for our workshop, and the projects we would be working with them on. It had a lot of moving parts.

SOLUTION

Could you describe the scope of work in greater detail?

It was certainly a lot of design, within the design there were different aspects of how we broke that down. Really mapping out what we wanted to see as the framework in the two different projects. One being public facing, the other we were going to hold onto and use during different engagements. It became a matter of, what is the user experience, what are the outcomes, and how do we want to invest further?

They were great at exploring possibilities and then providing us with a couple of different options. Their design team would come in with mock-ups of option one, two, or three. We could evaluate right there and then. “What do you think?” They’d ask. Once we started honing in on what we wanted, it got even better from the standpoint of being more specific from a graphic design standpoint, and working through the finer points of what those specific interaction points needed to be. They got very creative with the interface operations as well as its presentation.

How did you select Mobomo as your solution partner?

We had worked with a number of folks, who were in the mobile space, in different aspects, some in mobile device management, others from app dev. We maintain a close relationship with Apple. But we fall more in the strategy and planning side of it, and certainly do not have the internal skill sets that were less available at that point in time, when we started working with Mobomo, to do some of the native iOS development.

I can’t recall who it was that recommended them to us, but once we had a conversation it became clear that they’d be a good fit. They were very effective at strategizing with us. We sat down and really dug into the details, and in the process we identified a number of additional factors that hadn’t been proposed beforehand. That was particularly impressive.

Could you provide a general cost estimate for this project?

It cost us between $125,000 and $150,000 during the course of two or three phases.

When was this project completed?

The first functional deployment was in the Apple iTunes app store in 2012. The other, more complex part, was finished and on the shelves some six months later.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

In terms of results, could you share any statistics, metrics, or user feedback that would demonstrate the effectiveness of their work?

The success of the app is evidenced by the fact that the federal government still heavily uses it even today. We’ve put it into about 16 or 17 different government agencies, both DOD [United States Department of Defense] and civilian government organizations, during the last few years. It ties extremely well from an output standpoint into different variations of the final report that we give to the client. The extensibility and flexibility are fantastic.

When working with Mobomo, is there anything you’d consider unique about their approach or development methodology that distinguish them from other vendors?

There are a lot of companies claiming to do mobile app development. From doing assessments on behalf of the government, or looking at who is truly doing app dev with an understanding of integration on the back-end, as well as aspects of very creative UI [user interface] or UX [user experience], I would put them out and above, in that they have been doing this for four to five years. They truly understand the finer intricacies of not only how to produce an app, but to produce an app that delivers the actual output that the client is looking for, that incorporates external sources into the design.

They really saw through the integration that made our apps function the way they did. I’ve heard horror stories about other organizations contracting with other firms. When it came to production and they needed to put large volumes of data through their apps, that’s when you’d see things breaking left and right. The work they did for us was quite good from that standpoint; it was really built to last.

In retrospect, are there areas in which you think Mobomo could improve as a service provider?

The only thing I’d have changed is to have structured an agreement with them that would have allowed us to replicate the same public facing app onto multiple platforms. When we started in 2011, it made sense to target iTunes as the primary distribution hub. We probably should have thought at some point to put something up on Google Play. As Microsoft gets more of a user base, especially in the government market, to have something with them to allow us to easily port the intellectual property and the specifics of what we had done to other platforms under the same scope of work. But, that’s not their problem.

4.5
Overall Score  
  • 4.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
  • 4.5 Quality
    Service & deliverables
     
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer

Custom Application Development for Information Technology Firm

"They’re always very willing to give their advice."

Quality: 
4.5
Schedule: 
5.0
Cost: 
4.5
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
$10,000 to $49,999
 
July 2013 - Apr. 2014
Project summary: 

Mobomo developed a custom website, iOS and Android applications, and a marketing site for 3Wired Group.

The Reviewer
 
1-10 Employees
 
Washington, DC
Lou Aronson
CEO & Founder, Discourse Analytics
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

Although the application had not yet launched, demonstrations to potential clients and customers elicited very positive feedback. Mobomo employed an efficient project management model for offshore development, keeping the internal team informed and involved. Overall, the product satisfied expectations.

A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.

BACKGROUND

Could you provide a brief description of your organization?

We are a predictive and prescriptive analytics company.

What is your position?

I’m the founder and chief executive officer.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

Could you describe the scope of this project in greater detail?

One of our products that we used to launch our company back in June of 2011 was a Web- and mobile-based solution. It was a political-social network where people could meet and connect with others based on issue affinity rather than political party and identification. We hired Mobomo to handle some of the work in developing our apps and some of the custom APIs [application programming interface].

SOLUTION

How did you select Mobomo as your solution partner?

When we launched the company, we launched as a Web-only company. We knew we had to build a mobile presence rapidly, but we also knew the mobile app would be more complicated to implement. We decided that, for a whole host of factors, we would do an iOS app first. We began checking out the [Washington,] D.C., technology community for potential partners. Barg, one of the founders of Mobomo, had been a graduate of a local group of CEOs in D.C. called Mindshare, of which I was a part. It was through this group that I’d received a recommendation for Mobomo. 

I met with three of four others vendors, too, and after meeting with Barg and his team, it became clear that they’d give us the greatest likelihood of being able to hit our target deadline of having the app in the app store in advance of South by Southwest 2012, and also to hit it with a budget in mind.

Could you provide a general cost estimate for this particular project?

They wound up bringing it in for around $30,000.

When was this project completed?

The initial project was finished in late February or early March of 2012.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

In terms of results, could you share any statistics, metrics, or user feedback that would demonstrate the effectiveness of their work?

They brought the project in accordance with the agreed upon scope, schedule, and budget. So, from that perspective, they did what they were contracted to do. We received positive overall feedback about the app from folks who were engaging with it at South by Southwest. General feedback around the app was that it was easy to use, had good visuals [and] good UI/UX [user interface/user experience]. It behaved quickly, and as one would hope and expect with an app, doing what we had it doing.

When working with Mobomo, is there anything you’d consider unique about their approach or development methodology that distinguishes them from other vendors?

They’re always very willing to give their advice in terms of what it’s going to take to have a project work well, or not well, relative to the goals of the buyer. For instance, when we were releasing the iOS app at that point in time, a lot of the research out there was showing that folks weren’t reading a lot on their smartphones. Remember, this was still Q1 [quarter one] of 2012. So, we had to make certain decisions regarding the functionality that we wanted to incorporate, and how that functionality was going to mirror, or not mirror as the case may be, the Web asset.

The guys at Mobomo were very willing to put their personal views on the table about what was going to make the app work or not work. The fact that they were willing to share their experience, in terms of what they were seeing in the marketplace place, with us and how that was going to impact the performance of the app, was one of the key aspects that really differentiated them.

In retrospect, are there areas in which you think Mobomo could improve as a service provider?

No. They did what they were contracted to do. They did it when they said they were going to do it, and they did it within the budget. That’s what we really cared about, along with the viability of the app. Mobomo succeeded on all counts.

4.5
Overall Score
  • 5.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
  • 4.5 Cost
    Value / within estimates
  • 4.5 Quality
    Service & deliverables
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer

Custom Development for Government Agency

“We’ve been blown away...by the quality of code their developers are capable of delivering.”

Quality: 
5.0
Schedule: 
5.0
Cost: 
5.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
$50,000 to $199,999
 
Nov. 2012 - Sep. 2013
Project summary: 

Mobomo collaborated on an agency website's design, making it more mobile-friendly and responsive. Their work included custom development, configuration, integration, and testing.

The Reviewer
 
1001-10,000 Employees
 
Washington, DC
Acting Director
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

The website redesign resulted in a significant increase in web traffic without the drop-off that is common to such projects. Internal staff and veteran users offered expressed positive feedback to the site. Mobomo's professionalism, technical expertise, and dedicated work were key assets.

A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.

BACKGROUND

Could you provide a brief description of your company?

I work for a government agency that operates and manages various official online portals. We’re very much an intermediary between public inquiry and official channels of information.

What is your position?

I’m the acting director.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

Could you describe the business challenges you were attempting to address when you first approached Mobomo?

When we began our relationship with Mobomo, we were focused primarily on the development of our website. There was a growing number of mobile users going to one of our sites and its sister site, which presents identical information, but in Spanish instead of English. I think the relationship began in 2011 or 2012. We were looking to create a mobile presence for our websites, so we could capture users that decided to browse our content on the move. It was a growing segment and we wanted to remain relevant.

SOLUTION

How did you select Mobomo as your solution partner for this endeavor?

We had worked with Mobomo before, but through a different contract. At the time, it was support for our search functionality onsite. We did an open procurement in 2011 and initiated a competitive bid process. They went through the full technical and price evaluation and they were the winning vendor.

Did you have a preference for developing your mobile application on a particular platform?

No, we didn’t. After discussing it extensively, they were a part of the entire product plan, we decided not to build it for a specific platform, but to build a responsive website instead. We didn’t want to build a native app and exclude certain users, and we didn’t want to develop the app for two different platforms simultaneously and risk spreading our resources too thin. Because of those issues, and pricing, we decided that implementing a responsive design would be the best possible fix. I mean, we’ve worked with them in the past to build native apps, but that wasn’t a part of this particular initiative. 

Could you describe the scope of this project in greater detail?

They provided project management. They were a part of the design conversation, but we have a fully staffed design team. We also have a fully staffed accessibility team. They were not taking the lead in either of those areas, but instead working in tandem with our designers, our accessibility experts, and our content managers. Most of their work was custom development, configuration, integration, and testing.

Could you provide a sense of the size of this initiative in financial terms?

We spent about nine months and an estimated $150,000 on their services for this particular deployment.

Do you recall when this was completed?

I want to say we finished in September of 2013.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

In terms of results, could you share any statistics, metrics, or user feedback that would demonstrate the effectiveness of the work they’ve delivered?  

I can tell you anecdotally that we’ve been absolutely thrilled with their work. We’ve continued to see traffic to the responsive website increase. We’re very happy that we can meet what may be an otherwise naturally occurring increase in traffic. Our satisfaction scores remain consistent. We found no drop-off, which typically happens when you implement a redesign. We haven’t experienced any such decline in traffic. More importantly, we’ve definitely received some positive feedback from veteran users of the site, which is great. Overall, the redesign has been very successful.

When working with Mobomo, is there anything you’d consider unique about their approach or development methodology that distinguishes them from other vendors?

They have a very talented pool of professionals. We’ve been blown away by their professionalism, by their caliber, and by the quality of code their developers are capable of delivering to us. Across the board, they’ve been a pleasure to work alongside. I’ve always found it easy to communicate strategically with their higher-level executives. Our relationship has been a very positive experience.

In retrospect, are there areas in which you think Mobomo could improve upon?

We didn’t experience any issues with them during the course of the deployment. As mentioned, we have a very thorough vetting process, and we felt confident in their technical capabilities. We were definitely justified in the decision to commission their services. There may be areas they could improve, but I’m not personally familiar with what those areas might be.

5.0
Overall Score
  • 5.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
  • 5.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I will do it in a heartbeat.

Mobile Application Development for Government Research Agency

“[Mobomo] has extremely talented developers with a knack for finding the most efficient solutions.”

Quality: 
4.5
Schedule: 
5.0
Cost: 
5.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
Confidential
Project summary: 

Mobomo developed custom mobile iOS and Android applications for a federal government agency's internal staff and organizational partners.

The Reviewer
 
10,001+ Employees
 
Washington, DC
Branch Chief, Biomedical Files Implementation, Government Agency
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

Internal feedback and impressions to both apps were very positive, with stakeholders praising their design, functionality, and usability. Components consistently passed user tests and deployment was always smooth. Mobomo’s accountability and agile project management made the project a success.

A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.

BACKGROUND

Could you briefly describe your organization?

I work for a government research agency, but I’m afraid we’ll need to remain confidential.

What is your position?

I’m a manager responsible for most of our mobile and software development endeavors.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

Could you describe the business challenges you were attempting to address when you first approached Mobomo?

Sure. First of all, we prefer to avoid native mobile application development. In other words, we try not to write a special version for the iPhone, and then another version for Android. We were looking to hire a technology partner that could develop our custom mobile app.

SOLUTION

How did you select Mobomo as your solution partner for this endeavor?

We knew the Mobomo team through our relationship with their parent company. They’d already completed some custom work for us in the past, also as an independent contractor. I was explicitly referred to Ken Fang [president at Mobomo] by our mutual contact. I had an initial discussion with him about our project. We reviewed our requirements, objectives, and deployment strategy in considerable detail, and he offered a few key recommendations, one of which was to build our app using HTML5. That’s exactly what we ended up doing with them. I felt confident in their capabilities, and since we’d already completed work with them in the past, we didn’t have to worry about learning new workflows or anything.  

Could you describe the scope of work they’ve delivered over the course of this relationship?

This was an agile development project. They conducted user requirements gathering and scoped the project out. In the first few weeks, they proposed a wireframe and framework for developing the functional application. Once we agreed upon the deployment strategy, they went ahead and began the actual design and development. It took quite some time due to the complexities involved, but they remained very much on time with all of our deliverables. It was really quite impressive.

When was this project completed?

This project was completed near the end of 2013.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

In terms of results, could you share any statistics, metrics, or user feedback you’ve received that would demonstrate the effectiveness of their work?

Unfortunately, we haven’t received any reviews on the Apple Store but, overall, internal feedback has been extremely positive. We’ve received praise from stakeholders regarding its aesthetic qualities as well as its functionality and usability. We don’t have any figures or metrics to share with you just yet, but the impressions have been very positive. This really isn’t surprising to us, though, because the deployment went so smoothly. The components they delivered to us as we moved through the deployment always passed our user tests with flying colors. They’re extremely talented developers with a knack for finding the most efficient solutions.

When working with Mobomo, is there anything you’d consider unique about their approach or development methodology that distinguish them from other vendors?

I would say they’re very timely and responsive. They really do adhere to the deployment timeline. If and when issues emerge that might detail the timeline, or somehow alter the predetermined scope, they’d be sending us detailed updates asking for guidance and feedback. This was key for us because there are a number of vendors that tend to fall off the map when things go slightly awry. That approach usually makes the situation that much worse because the client has no idea what’s happening. Mobomo doesn’t operate in that fashion, which was great. They demonstrated a level of professionalism and accountability that’s rare to find with IT [information technology] vendors.  

In retrospect, are there areas in which you think Mobomo could improve as a service provider?

My only recommendation would be the quality of their content services. For instance, during one of our content several migrations, there were numerous typos we found. I understand that they’re a group of technologists and we’ve hired them for development and design type work, but it’s also very simple to quickly proof the content and ensure there aren’t any obvious grammatical or spelling errors. I wish they’d have spent a little more time reviewing the content before the migration, so we wouldn’t have had to delegate our own copywriters and editors to scan all of our pages, one by one, in order to fix these mistakes. That would be the only area of improvement I’d be able to offer to you.

4.5
Overall Score
  • 5.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
  • 4.5 Quality
    Service & deliverables
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I’ve already recommended them several times.

Custom Mobile Application Development for Independent Agency

“[Mobomo] understands how to build an intuitive, engaging, and elegant application.”

Quality: 
5.0
Schedule: 
5.0
Cost: 
5.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
Confidential
Project summary: 

Mobomo developed a custom mobile iPad application to elimate paper documentation and provide a board of directors with more information about fund performance.

The Reviewer
 
51-200 Employees
 
Washington, DC
Director of IT, Nonprofit Agency
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

The application was launched with successful performance and very few defects. Mobomo completed all milestones on target and quickly resolved any bugs. Their creative approach to mobile development and understanding of end-users made the project simple. 

A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.

BACKGROUND

Could you briefly describe your organization?

I work for an independent agency of the District of Columbia government. We manage pension funds specifically. We manage $6 billion in investments for retirees that are members of our plans. We also administer annual member benefits to the tune of $600 million.

What is your position?

I’m the director of information technology.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

Could you describe the business challenges you were attempting to address when you initiated the relationship Mobomo?

We wanted to give our board of directors more information about how the funds were performing, how we were administering benefits, and how the agency was doing financially. Previously, the trustees would only receive information via paper documentation, much of which was outdated, inaccurate, or irrelevant by the time it reached its reader. We wanted to distribute that same valuable information in real time. We wanted our trustees to have reliable access to relevant and accurate information about our finances and operations. We engaged Mobomo to build a custom mobile application for the Apple iPad, which we distributed to each of our trustees. They would then be able to log in and authenticate and securely receive information from us.

SOLUTION

How did you select Mobomo as your solution partner for this endeavor?

We initiated an RFP [request for proposal] process and distributed it to several vendors we’d researched. Mobomo was one of them. They responded to our statement of work with a convincing proposal. We invited them along with a few other vendors to come to our office and demonstrate their relevant capabilities. We were ultimately the most impressed with Mobomo’s presentation. That’s basically how we originally came across them and commissioned their services.

Could you describe the scope of the work they’ve delivered to you over the course of this relationship?

Most of their work has been relegated to the design and functional development of our custom mobile application. They’ve also provided us with strategic insights regarding how to organize and present our user information as well as the business logic behind the various app functionalities. They’ve really been invaluable as a technology partner.

When was the most recent project completed?

This particular endeavor finished up last year [2013].

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

In terms of results, could you share any statistics, metrics, or user feedback that would demonstrate the effectiveness of their work?

We don’t have any exact statistics or metrics to share, but I can tell you that their work is right on target. I can, however, attest to the viability of their delivered solutions. The mobile application was launched with very few user-facing defects and bugs, many of which we were able to troubleshoot and resolve within the first 72 hours of deployment.

When working with Mobomo, is there anything you’d consider unique about their strategic approach or their development methodology that distinguishes them from other vendors?

They’re extremely knowledgeable and creative in the mobile space. It’s really their core competency. They understand how to build an intuitive, engaging, and elegant application. They have a deep understanding of the end-users and how they’d foreseeably interact with a device and its interface. They know how to reconsider even the most seemingly obscure and mundane facets of mobile design and development. Having that depth of expertise isn’t something you’re likely to come across very often, especially when working extensively with technology firms.

5.0
Overall Score
  • 5.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
  • 5.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer

Frontend Dev for Inventory Management System

“We were happy with their communication throughout the project.”

Quality: 
4.0
Schedule: 
4.0
Cost: 
4.0
Willing to refer: 
4.0
The Project
 
$10,000 to $49,999
 
Feb. 2018 - June 2018
Project summary: 

Mobomo designed and developed a mobile-friendly frontend for an inventory management system and provided a style guide for future projects.

The Reviewer
 
51-200 Employees
 
Washington, DC
CTO, Ticketing Automation Service
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

After the frontend’s launch, the style guide that Mobomo provided was applied across several other products. The team’s responsiveness was impressive. Upon missing a deadline, Mobomo added a senior developer to the team at no extra charge.

The client submitted this review online.

BACKGROUND

Please describe your company and your position there.

I’m the CTO of a company that automates the distribution of event tickets.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

For what projects/services did your company hire Mobomo?

We were looking to build out a frontend for our new inventory management system.

What were your goals for this project?

We needed the interface to be modern, mobile-friendly, and evolutionary.

SOLUTION

How did you select this vendor?

We considered five companies in the selection process. Mobomo’s portfolio, cost, and location set them apart from the competition.

Can you go into detail about the services they provided and the scope of the project?

They led design and development in creating the frontend of our inventory management system.

What was the team composition?

We worked with two project managers, two designers, and two frontend engineers.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

Can you share any information that demonstrates the impact that this project has had on your business?

Following the project’s completion, we applied their style guide to a variety of products we offer.

How was project management arranged and how effective was it?

We were happy with their communication throughout the project. In addition to our weekly meetings, we got frequent updates and questions via Basecamp and email.

What did you find most impressive about this company?

They were very responsive throughout the project.

Are there any areas where they can improve?

We missed our original deadline. However, when Mobomo noticed that we were falling behind, they added another senior engineer to the project at no extra cost.

4.0
Overall Score
  • 4.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
  • 4.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
  • 4.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
  • 4.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
Verification

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Verification Level
Gold
VERIFIED
Business Entity
Status
Active
Jurisdiction of Formation
Maryland
ID
T0734253
Date of Formation
Jan 30, 2018
Source
State Corporation Commission
Last Updated
Dec 22, 2018
Payment & Legal Filings
Bankruptcy
No
Tax Lien Filings
0
Judgement Filings
0
Collections Count
0
Last Updated
Dec 22, 2018
Client Reviews
VERIFIED CLIENT REVIEWS
16
OVERALL REVIEW RATING
4.8
Source
Clutch
LAST UPDATED
March 15, 2019