Digital Products Factory
Always moving forward.
Developing digital and customized solutions with the latest technological tools means getting fully involved in every project.
We are passionate tech entrepreneurs that aim to improve lives through the products we build and design as a team. We are constantly looking for related teams and ideas that share hard work values and who also like to have fun.
- Collaboration: We are aware of the requirements of tailored-made products. That’s why we take the construction process seriously Design: The UX design process needs creativity, perseverance, knowledge and, above all, understanding. Development: We bring your idea to life, participating in the development process with patience, empathy and adjusting to your schedule. Communication: We boost your project by working on each stage of its life cycle and we plan its communication.
Volkswagen, GCBA, BBVA, ESPN, Tigo, Telefonica, Mc Donnald´s, Movistar, Personal, Movistar, Samsung, Turner, Unilever, Toyota, Modo, Santander, Edify, Uils, Sen Seguros, Uarp, Wolox, Tu seguro fácil, HNT, Del Parque, Felicity.
React Native App • Branding Design • Responsive Website
Insurance for everyone
Our work for WeCover consisted of web and mobile development. We worked side-by-side with our client, achieving a high-quality product for a young, app-friendly audience.
Have your valuables insured with just a few steps
The main idea of this app is allowing people to insure their valuables easily. For instance, insuring your mobile phone in the precise moment you need it.
We worked on a calculator that shows the users the daily cost of the service. As a result, you will know the exact amount before paying.
If you experienced any inconveniences with your insurance, you can make a claim from the mobile app or at the Claims website.
Our main goal was to turn the insurance industry upside down, offering the service only when you need it. It was originally conceived for app-friendly users, who are familiar with apps or webs like Uber, Rappi, Spotify, Twiter, Facebook, etc.
React Native App • Branding Design • Responsive Website
The finance world
CambioPosadas is an enterprise that invested in technology. They understood that they needed to innovate for their business to grow. It is the first Argentinian currency exchange office that allows its users to buy foreign currencies online directly from their website or app. You can find the exchange rates online, compare prices and purchase from a range of 30 different currencies. We are proud to be part of this innovative project.
Our client’s main goal was to become the first Argentinian currency exchange digital platform. To achieve this, we developed an iOS and Android app in React Native to be able to reach almost 100% of Argentina’s mobile market. Users can find
the exchange rates, compare between different currencies and make a purchase right from their houses.
In order for a currency exchange office to become digital, we needed to outline some stages. First, we broke the ice with a digital board to motivate the users to adapt to the platform. It was mainly an app where you could find the exchange rates of a lot of currencies, compare them with other exchange offices and create alerts to be informed of any changes. The next stage was to add the core functionality of the product: make a purchase from the app. In this way, users can now choose which currency they want to buy, the one they are going to pay with, check the total amount and make the purchase.
We were aware that the product needed to go beyond the phone’s screen, so we developed a web page with the app’s same features. In this way, you can make a purchase anywhere right from your phone or from your office’s computer.
In order to improve the product, we keep on doing research. We don’t settle with our final work. We want to enhance it, make it available for even more users and keep it always updated.
Branding Design • IOS & ANDROID Native App • Responsive Website
One way to ride
Do you need to get somewhere but you don’t have a car? You can use the app’s browser and look for the ride that gets you closer to your destination. Do you own a car, use it frequently and want to save some money? Tomate allows you to create a ride with a starting and finishing spot, so anyone else who needs to travel between those can contact you. In this way, the person who owns the car can take full advantage of the remaining seats while saving money and the one who doesn’t can travel faster and better.
Tomate Carpooling was a great challenge for us. Every team in the company was involved in this project. From developing the feature that identifies the most suitable ride for each search, to defining the way in which users communicate, each stage was approached and accomplished by every member of our team.
After brainstorming together with our client, we came up with a list of names for the project. “Tomate” won and it became the name for the app that connects people who need a ride. Tomate is simple and easy to remember. Once the name was defined, we set out to find the look and feel that matched. We worked on California-style red/orange gradients. The logo consists of several connected dots spinning around a circle, a cross-reference to the users’ shared rides.
Having two types of users (someone that wants to join a ride or someone who is offering a ride) meant facing the challenge of creating a UX suitable for each of them. With that in mind, they were built separately so that each type of user can understand it easily. The Home page shows the last published rides ordered by proximity and a browser to find rides more quickly. This is an app with several gadgets that include the number of available seats, the possibility of joining or leaving a trip, contacting other users, rating every ride, knowing the users’ rating, etc. It is a software that allows users to feel more confident about their trip partners.
Since the project was already alive within a WhatsApp chat, some tests were carried out with that group members as we advanced with the development stages. This allowed us to correct many mistakes, improve UI or UX related issues and to validate the product in real life.