Von Coin’s mission is to reward hardcore gamers for their achievements on Xbox. The Von Coin CEO approached Redvike with a vision to create a comprehensive platform that could handle auctions between gamers, in collaboration with gaming industry partners. Based in Ireland, but with its sights set on the USA (then Canada and the UK) – Von Coin displayed an ambition that Redvike was confident it could match.
Given the project was Xbox-specific, we created a ReactJS web app designed and implemented for Xbox only. The process meant researching the full catalogue of Microsoft guidelines and technical libraries to create a bespoke end-user experience.
An Admin panel allows the Von Coin team to manage the auction process – covering creation, sequencing, timing, T&Cs, available products, regions and time zones. While the Von Coins themselves have become a powerful user acquisition tool thanks to industry-wide partnerships.
CallPage are one of the top-rated startups in Poland with clients ranging from young, high-growth businesses to globally established enterprise: Audi, Orange, and PWC are among their biggest fans. As the company faced new challenges owing to their exponential growth, Redvike stepped in to help refine the proposition.
Redvike rebuilt the project from the ground up leveraging bleeding-edge technologies – Vue.js, ES6, Webpack – to redevelop the widget. Clean code, supported by a robust systems architecture, guaranteed a scalable solution that will remain relevant for years to come.
Agendium is based in Finland but harbored ambitions to scale throughout Europe. As data protection specialists, the arrival of GDPR presented a compelling opportunity for growth. However, its existing technology was a significant hurdle standing in the way of their strategy. So, Redvike stepped in to help redesign the software from the ground up.
Redvike had to work closely with the client, so we integrated Agendium’s team directly into our workflow; including daily stand-ups and planning sessions. This expedited the development process and allowed both teams to hit tight deadlines. We chose Vue.js as the underlying technology to reduce the application size, resulting in scalable architecture which Agendium could quickly build-out.
Norway’s dentistry industry is heavily regulated to protect patient privacy. Yet, it’s also a connected community of professionals who like to share insights and discuss complex cases. ViDent’s co-founders were central to the existing communication flow, managing a private Facebook group where dentists connected with peers to address patient and industry topics.
Such was the demand for this dentist-specific forum that ViDent quickly outgrew what Facebook could offer. And the co-founders promptly realized they would require a bespoke platform that could both satisfy the needs of dentists alongside adhering to Norwegian regulations.
Moreover, the new platform would have to help dentists keep up-to-date with obligatory training requirements, and so offer courses, certification and a calendar of events – all in one central hub.
Redvike collaborated with ViDent to establish the concept of a ‘Stack Overflow for dentists:’ a niche forum to give participants a private space to discuss hyper-specific subjects relating to dentistry – spanning everything from particular teeth to certain surgical procedures, to complex patient cases.
For the platform to be effective, users would have to be able to search for relevant subjects, post questions, read threads, and upvote the best answers. Moreover, it would need a forum manager to vet new participants before they could respond to threads or up-vote responses – ensuring the platform remained on-subject and spam-free. The same manager would also take responsibility for moderation, removing any patient information or material that breached Norwegian regulation.
Alongside having the forum capability, the product would also need to host the second type of user: training providers. So, it would require a module to allow course operators to list training services. Then redirect dentists to the appropriate website should they show interest in a particular certification.
Sana works with eLearning providers to build sophisticated APIs that power platform functionality. One of their core products helps users improve pronunciation when learning a new language, but Sana lacked any visual tool that demonstrated this product.
Redvike stepped in to build a showcase, leveraging integration with one of Sana’s key partners to highlight the power of the solution.
Redvike created an interactive web app using React.js to sit directly on Hey Patch’s website. The app includes seven phrases for a user to read out loud, which Sana’s API uses to analyze the learner’s speech pattern. The app then gives real-time feedback to the learner based on their pronunciation – sharing a score on-screen for each of the seven phrases alongside in-depth analytics sent via email.
There’s a swathe of business owners who don’t have the expertise to create digital ads. So, TraxOne wanted to simplify the process to allow anyone to build an interactive promo in seconds. The idea was to offer a solution where users could add a few bits of information, hit generate, then see the advert in their ad management software; ready to serve via the App Nexus network – Conveyer is that solution.
Redvike connected with Irish-based Conveyer to build Traxone’s ad-generation solution. We focused on the simplicity of the user experience to ensure anyone could create a fully responsive, interactive advert in just a few clicks.
The Conveyer app offers three distinct ad types: sell a product, book an appointment, or capture personal information. The service also includes a basic CRM panel to allow managers to track performance and analytics. Plus, it integrates directly with TraxOne, acting as a native feature in the broader ad-management software.
LeadR leverage several services to run cold email outreach campaigns, while they also collect their prospecting data from multiple sources. Given the numerous customer databases, the company uses to store information, alongside stringent EU regulation requiring a declaration to each customer in the footer of an email of where the company sourced the personal information – and you have a headache.
LeadR was running upwards of one-hundred campaigns per day directed at multiple different customer groups, which presented its own difficulties within the above context. But with the additional overhead of custom footers required per customer group; the complexity grew exponentially, as did time needed to set up a campaign.
Redvike’s task was to find a solution…
Redvike stepped in to rationalize the end-to-end process, streamlining data collection, processing, storage and, ultimately, use of personal information. Redvike developed an API allowing LeadR to send a single email template to the service – without a footer – detailing the target database to which the email should be sent. The subsequent footer is then added to the main template depending on the specified database – with campaigns generated automatically courtesy of the API.
ChiTown Trainer offers on-demand fitness instruction in Chicago. Twenty trainers work throughout the city running both 1-to-1 and group fitness sessions in various luxury residential buildings. With ambitions to scale the service across five new cities, the company’s CEO sought a bespoke solution to support business growth and enhance productivity.
The new app offers both mobile and web access with separate client/trainer/manager/owner interfaces. Each includes a user-specific dashboard with role-related information allowing the entire business to operate from within a single, custom platform.