Adit created UX Assist for iOS. It’s the first product of its kind that has grouped UX activities into 12 unique workflows based on the kind of product you’re working on, namely, an optimum viable product, minimum viable product, client-based product, and a data-driven product. Each product has a different UX design lifecycle. The app gives the user task-based recommendations for each product types, assisting them in making their own workflows based on the business requirements.
Saneef, together with Enakshi, helped in the concept, design, and development of Compile’s website. He also provided a study on improving the quality of data given to clients through regular end-user feedback. Saneef designed and developed a unified interface for Compile’s various products.
We worked with Razorfish and helped to complete the interface and experience design for a complete overhaul of the JP Morgan Careers website.
Insider.in is a curated events and ticketing platform. Ankur worked on all parts of the Insider platform: the user-facing e-commerce website, the vendor-facing administration and analytics dashboard, and the suite of REST microservices powering the entire operation.
Indianstage.in is a ticketing platform for live performances and events. Saneef provided a user and stakeholder research and helped in developing an IA for their ticketing website for better conversion. In collaboration with Innoventes, he also designed Neonfish—the brand and events discovery iPhone App for Indianstage.
Zoomdeck is an online photo annotation and social networking service. Saneef provided them information architecture, interface design and front-end development. Later, he also designed and developed the website for Zoomdeck.
He designed Zoomdeck for iPhone, the mobile companion for Zoomdeck’s rich media photo annotation service for web.
Funded by Google and Understanding Limited, TestMyFont.com is a browser-based tool that helps authors visually compare typefaces. Ankur built the entire application from scratch with design and workflow inputs from Dave Crossland and the team behind the Metapolator project.
NAS Administration Tool
Saneef worked with engineers at Cavium to develop information architecture for their NAS administration tool. He also developed the visual language and designed the interfaces for the tool.
IL&FS Education launched its ‘Exploriments’ portal in 2010, which focuses on developing conceptual understanding of science and mathematics. It provides an interactive, exploratory and engaging experience for secondary and higher secondary students and teachers.
Activity Builder for Pearson Publishing
Activity Builder was a template for teachers to build many kinds of learning tools for kids. It won many accolades and awards for Pearson Publishing. In 2005 it was one of the new and pioneering tools for education.
Home Furnishing tool for OBEO.com
We built a custom home furnishing tool for Obeo back in 2005. It was used by home buyers to check out their furnishing before buying a house. With Obeo it was easy for the new home buyers to plan their furnishing requirements, including real-time feedback on how their furnitures fit in the new home.
Vongo was a video on demand service that allowed users to download and view movies for a fixed price per month. Vongo was in service from January 2006 through September 2008.
Brajeshwar was responsible for developing the video player interface and the underlying core to stream videos. The possibility of streaming videos starting at just 700kbps of bandwidth at that time was an achievement for STARZ.