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Modular grids

Perhaps anyone who’s ever been involved in web design is familiar with a concept of a modular grid. Modular grids originated within Swiss typography and the idea behind them is quite simple: all content elements (modules) are aligned not just by the eye estimate, but along the invisible straight lines — grids. The module itself is always a rectangle, and its borders are either visible (indicated by a background coloring, an image, a frame), or just assumed.

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We developed our corporate Assistant – Telegram messenger bot to simplify the day-to-day life of our team.

We successfully completed a closed beta test of a feature that we consider to be of paramount importance.

/cowabunga – this command analyzes the number of team members in the office and then calculates how much pizza and cola needs to be ordered so that everyone is satisfied. All in the best traditions of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!

We are going to talk about the interesting possibilities of our Assistant from time to time.


Our clients’ stories. Madmilk: from music to fashion

When we present another project from our Portfolio, we usually focus on the tech stack, initial tasks and things that were done in the end. At the same time, a very important part of the whole story remains hidden: we rarely talk about who our customers are, how they came up with their business idea and whether we stay in touch with them today.

It’s about time to restore justice, so from now on we will be publishing personal and professional stories of our clients and highlight the history of our cooperation with them.

Continue reading Our clients’ stories. Madmilk: from music to fashion is a mobile app for managing amateur football teams and organizing matches between them.

The customer provided us with the MVP (Minimum Viable Product), which was entirely in English, had a primitive design, nonfunctional navigation, overcomplicated user interface (UI) and unclear user experience (UX). That’s how it looked at the beginning:

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