Web Design, Branding & 2D/3D Animated Videos

NAVI Digital Lab is independent creative agency with focus on Web Development, Motion Design and Branding.

We tell stories of our clients with creative and consumer-oriented approach through:

  • Competitors analysis;
  • Market research and target audience analysis;
  • Building clear stratagy and plan;
  • UX/UI design, animations, images, video clips and sound;
  • Interactive design and comprehensive development of websites and applications.

We put your ideas into action using best practises, modern technologies and our creative ideas.

Based in Kiev. Create Worldwide!

$25 - $49 / hr
10 - 49
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Kyiv, Ukraine


Key clients: 
Travel Companies (Tours, Tickets and Booking), Medical and Pharma Companies, Fintech Companies, Construction & Architechture.
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SoftServe BS

A subdivision of SoftServe, an international IT company which specialization is SFA solutions (Sales force automation).

Using a corporate site, a creative concept was implemented to increase brand awareness, promote services and attract customers.

Link: SoftServe

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Designing and launch a complex of digital products for the automobile corporation. The leader of Ukrainian car market, which run the largest chain/network of car dealerships and service centers.

Link: UkrAVTO
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Pink Star Cosmetics

An international brand specializes in producing high-quality cosmetics and accessories for lovers and professionals. Beautifuly made online shop easy to use for all customers and retailers around the world.

Link: Pink Star Cosmetics
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KIYAVIA - Travel Provider

Hotel, Flight and Bus ticket booking services with 2 online payment systems.

Link: https://www.kiyavia.com/en

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FundingLab - Georgian Investment Project

Investment Project funded by Georgian Government with a number of benefits for investors and borrowers.

WEST PHARM - Branding & Corporate Identity Image

WEST PHARM - Branding & Corporate Identity

Branding & Corporate Identity for Pharmaceutical Company.

Promo Video for Lirene

Promotional video for new product.

Promo Video for Ukraine International Airlines

Promotional Video for largest airline of Ukraine.

Taryan Group - Creating Future

We made not just a promotional video for one of the best construction company in Eastern Europe. We tried to share its philosophy whith the veiwer. Take a look at the result!


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Web Dev for Flag Company

"[They're] putting in a lot of time and effort to make sure the end product is exactly how we projected it to be."

Willing to refer: 
The Project
Less than $10,000
Nov. 2016 - Ongoing
Project summary: 

NAVI developed an e-commerce site that allowed customers to design, mockup, and order customizable promotional products like banners. They built it on Joomla and focused on ease of use.

The Reviewer
1-10 Employees
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Elisabeth Benson
EVP, AGAS Manufacturing Group Inc.
The Review
Feedback summary: 

NAVI has highly dedicated team members who are always responsive despite time zone differences. They could provide a schedule so updates run more smoothly, and the start to the project was rocky. But, overall, NAVI is generously committed to making the end product match the vision.

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


Introduce your business and what you do there.

I’m the executive vice-president of a small manufacturing company. We manufacture flags, banners, and other promotional products.


What challenge were you trying to address with NAVI Design?

We were looking for a comprehensive and user-friendly website to include all of our varied products. We had a previous website, but the information we needed to display didn’t fit well. It was built a long time ago, and the program it was built on didn’t work well. When we looked at other options, and we weren’t able to find an out-of-the-box offering that would function as we wanted. We also wanted to allow customers to create mockups of custom products on the site.


What was the scope of their involvement?

I think the site was built on Joomla. We started working with Anna, and she’s been with us the entire time. We’ve also had a couple different people within the company, and all of them were helpful and useful, especially Svetlana. She was very good. She understood the issues we were facing and could really flesh them out.

We have three separate sections to the website. One of them is for stock products, like a US flag. Everyone needs a US flag. They go on the website and order that. There aren’t a lot of options involved in that order; you choose the size, the material, add it to your cart, kind of like Amazon.

Then we have custom, such as business owners who needs their company’s logo on a flag to hang outside their store. Such a customer can go on the site, upload a logo, and then choose the design, size, style, and colors for the flag. They create a digital mockup of what the end product is going to look like. It sounds easy, but it’s actually very complicated. There are 40 different styles, and hundreds of combinations of accessories, additions, subtractions, colors, and all that stuff.

The third section we’re doing is sort of a hybrid. We would give the customers templates which they can customize a little here and there. Maybe they choose the colors of their ‘Open’ sign so it fits with their personal branding. It’s a little cheaper and easier than starting from scratch. NAVI developed the website to make all of these options available to customers.

How did you come to work with NAVI Design?

The owners of our company went to Ukraine and met with five different companies. They thought NAVI was the most professional. The owners were impressed with their pitch, and they really seemed to understand the problems going forward. The price was also quite good.

How much have you invested with NAVI Design?

We’ve invested about $8,000.

What is the status of this engagement?

The project started in November of 2016, and our relationship is ongoing. We expect to finish next month, so we have about four weeks left in the timeline.


Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?

They’ve been able to take a lot of varied information they’re not familiar with, and organize it in a way that will be as user-friendly as humanly possible. They came up with a lot of really good ideas for how to organize that and make it user-friendly. We really appreciated that, as we weren’t sure how to do that. They came up with a lot of good solutions for the problems we had.

How did NAVI Design perform from a project management standpoint?

I think that, in the beginning, there was some miscommunication. We couldn’t seem to get on the same page with the person assigned to our project. There were a lot of missteps at the beginning of the project. After that person was switched out, the communication was much smoother. We were able to get on the same page. When we bring up an issue, they understand it and are able to resolve it. At first, we were having difficulty with that, but that only lasted about two weeks. The new person was much better at understanding us. We usually have two emails a week, and then one phone call every one, to two weeks, as needed.

What did you find most impressive about NAVI Design?

NAVI Design, and especially Anna, is extremely committed to ensuring the project is exactly what we want. Anna’s putting in a lot of time and effort to make sure the end product is exactly how we projected it to be. I know she works a lot of overtime and works after hours because of the time zone difference. She’s always available, and we talk to her at crazy hours of her day. I feel that she’s very dedicated to the project.

Are there any areas NAVI Design could improve?

We have had to ask for updates at times. We would appreciate having an update schedule. For example, every Monday they send us an update to let us know what’s going on. We wouldn’t need to keep bothering them when they’re in the middle of something, and we would know when things are coming up.

They have holidays in Ukraine that we don’t have here. They kind of disappeared for a week and a half, and we got a little worried. It turned out that the office was closed. Letting customers know ahead of time that you’re going to be out of the office for a week keeps them from stressing and thinking you’ve run away.

Do you have any advice or recommendations for potential clients?

I recommend that people have a clear idea of what they’re looking for before going in. If we had been clear internally about what we wanted, we could have gotten off the ground faster. I think we confused them a lot in the beginning, and then they confused us because we weren’t organized internally.

Overall Score It’s been easy to work with them. Anna has been very helpful. She worked to resolve the communication issues in the beginning, and it’s been a very easy process.
  • 4.0 Scheduling
    We’ve been right on schedule for almost everything. There were one or two missed deadlines, but only by a few days. We haven’t had major delays.
  • 4.5 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    So far, the value for the money we’ve spent is excellent.
  • 4.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    They’ve been above average to work with when compared to other companies. They were very helpful and knowledgeable. They made sure the project stayed on track.
  • 4.5 NPS
    Willing to refer
    We’ve already referred them twice.