UX Passion portfolio update: Spring 2014
It’s that time of year when we share with you a selection of our works from the previous several months. Again, this is not a new clothing line from UX Passion, though we do have something really nice for our Spring/Summer 2014 UX design season.
Some things never really go out of fashion (pun not intended) and certainly some of those things are our drive and passion to celebrate our customers’ success and our meaningful contribution to them, their customers and society in general.
After all, it’s our mission to touch, inspire and influence people’s lives and that’s what we try to do.
So, without further ado, here’s a selection of some of our new work.
We teamed up with VIPnet to deliver their script subtitle theatre app, which delivered a second-screen experience to the theatre during the famous Dubrovnik summer games.
Just recently announced as the largest Croatian IT company, with offices all over the globe and more than 600 employees, Infobip contacted us to help them design and create an SMS application suite tailored to their B2C users. It was a big challenge but also a big opportunity for us to prove that we are able to deliver and astonish.
Most of our clients have been working with us for years and we hope they will continue to do so for many more years to come. One of these is certainly Croatian Telekom (branch of Deutsche Telekom) to whom we have delivered a number of custom-tailored consulting and UX design classes and sessions.
Through our new customers Oradian, we’ve been able to tackle the world of micro-financing and helped to design their financial inclusion solution – called Instafin.
Customers from Weddingela sought our help to create a simple user interface for their solution that enables you to plan your wedding in an easy-to-use and fun way.
Salespod, recently rebranded as Repsly, is a field sales solution. They turned to us to help them optimise their conversion and customer on-boarding experience so they can get more customers and increase their potential revenue.
SoccerMan is a simple Facebook football management game where we were invited to help with a few quick fixes that have increased player engagement.
Komunalije Hrgovčić from Županja, Croatia, are big in the green and waste management industry. We’ve helped them redesign and reimagine their web presence through a new website.
Commend is an Austrian company that develops and manufactures security and communication systems for the protection of people, buildings and valuables. Rescue forces, fire brigades, police and various security companies, as well as hospitals and nursing homes rely on their products. But Commend relied on UX Passion to help them create their security monitoring web app and to assist with designing their mobile solutions.
So, our portfolio is richer, we’ve learned a lot, we believe that our contributions have also been valuable to our clients and their customers and, more than ever, we are boldly looking into the future to embark on even more intellectually and business-intensive challenging projects.