Cardology seeks to provide a web-based application where users can ultimately understand more about their credit card portfolio, future expectations of the portfolio given provided assumptions, and the ability to perform stress testing for capital management purposes. AgileEngine was hired by a FinTech startup to build a Risk Modelling platform in the cloud. We spend several days brainstorming the UX and did several joint sessions to come up with a simple user experience and a pleasing L&F. The responsive design principles and touch-friendly UI was applied to support good experience on tablets and phones. In 3 weeks we’ve done UX,... read more →
Our client is an online marketplace that allows people to buy and share deals on the best things to do in their cities and beyond. Using combination of Java and Scala technology stacks we have developed their A/B testing system that spans across the web, mobile and email experience and touches 87 million people.
StreetCount.com is a startup that provides an easy way to get group discounts in your neighborhood. AgileEngine worked with founders to take it from concept to live site in 4 weeks. We have started with UX design that was tested with prototypical users and marketing experts. Once the wireframes were approved we have designed key pages and built HTML markup with reusable CSS styles. Play framework with Java controllers was used for backend with a simple MySQL database of home and user data. BRANDING UX DESIGN UI DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PRODUCTION SUPPORT
PROJECT DESCRIPTION Screenster provides visual UI test automation for web applications. It is the only tool that validates the screens that users actually see. Like the traditional tools it works by recording the user interactions with the page. Unlike the other tools, it automatically captures the entire rendered page as an image and stores it as a baseline. As soon as you are done recording, you are practically done automating. We have built Screenster out of necessity of internal use. It has been used successfully by some of our clients and this led to a cloud based version currently being... read more →
Having spent more than 12 years helping startups and product companies to find engineers in DC area we decided that it’s time to process all this data that we gathered and put together a report to help better understand the local technology market. We have taken data from LinkedIn, Dice, Indeed and TIOBE and created charts and graphs. Then our designer created an eye-catching brightly colored infograph that was emailed, tweeted and shared with DC area tech community. We've received the best response from this effort than any campaign we ran in 2 prior years.