Mobile application development for Ukraine’s leading office supplies manufacturer, importer and exporter.
Bitcoin Additional is a convenient and functional mobile cryptocurrency wallet. It supports transfers to the list of contacts, works with various coins and has an offline payment function.
Quan2um is a cryptocurrency exchange with the ability to buy and sell Bitcoin, Bitcoin Additional and other altcoins. Since the majority of users prefer to use smartphones, it was decided to develop a mobile application. Today it provides fast and convenient use, and allows you to trade and monitor the market situation from anywhere.
Our blockchain development company has a wealth of experience in the market since 2017, having completed over 25 successful blockchain projects. With this knowledge and expertise, we are fully equipped to assist you in achieving your desired results!
From idea assessment to post-launch maintenance, we've got you covered. Our team of expert business analysts, project managers, designers, developers, and QA specialists is ready to take your project to the next level and create a one-of-a-kind solution.
We'll build a team that's perfectly tailored to your requirements in the shortest time possible. Our experts will be deeply engaged in your project, not just technically, but also in understanding your overall business goals and needs.
We utilize convenient channels of communication, adhere to NDA requirements, and regulate the development process in accordance with EU and US laws. Moreover, with our experienced developers, you can easily and quickly adjust the size of your tech team, enabling your project to reach new heights.
The design development process starts with the information provided by the client about his goals and vision. Other important data we get as a result of a thorough market analysis where we evaluate competitors and determine the target audience.
User-flow is a schematic description of users’ interaction with application screens. The designer draws up diagrams to build the logic of the future interface and connect its corresponding app functions.
To visualize the user-flow, the designer creates “wireframes”. Such sketches help to notice flaws in the logic, how easy is it to interact with the app and evaluate the simplicity of the interface before proceeding to the programming part.
The designer draws mockups of application screens based on prototypes. As a rule, if the client does not have specific requirements for the palette and patterns used, the designer makes several design options to choose from. At this stage, one can already understand how the design will look and test an interactive prototype of it.
At the final stage, the designer prepares layouts for app programming. He gets all the documentation ready in case some new screens for the app have to be added or for future renovation of the app itself.