Invonto UI/UX Design review by Software Company at Qualified.One

Invonto reviewed by Software Company

Invonto provided UI/UX Design for Software Company with approximate budget = $50,000 to $199,999.

Invonto did well to integrate with the client’s team and contributed to a successful project. The agency was cooperative and competent throughout the process. The client praises Invonto for their collaborative nature and recommends them to others.

Review summary:

The client hired Invonto to act as their outsourced development resource for the web app portion of their product which required UX design and UI development.

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Software Company, Director


UI/UX Design for Software Company

Please find under a summary covering project details and feedback. The innate facts are kept as they are, private information is amended.

Introductory information

Please draw your organisation.

We are primarily a software vendor.

What are your role and responsibilities?

I',m a ruler at the organisation, and I execute some of our strategic projects.

Desired goal

What was your goal in working with Invonto?

We market sufficient of our own fruits, but we were edifice a new fruit and, for portions of it, we didn',t have the needed expertise in-house, so we were looking for help.

Please draw the aim of their work.

It was the Web application portion of the fruit that we wanted to create that we didn',t have the expertise for. So, the first role for Invonto was to do the UX [user experience] design, and then educe the UI [user interface] that would sum with the back-end. So they owned the UX and the UI.

Provided solution

What was your process in selecting Invonto?

We wanted to work with somebody who was in our area. Our main test was that we did not want somebody distant. We wanted to work with somebody that we could meet and work with personally. So, we basically reviewed excellently a few vendors in a 100-mile radius, so that they would be close sufficient that we could work unitedly as a team. We just felt that Invonto was the right match for us. They had the right posture, and the emotion to do the work. We simply had a junction with them that we didn',t have with any other vendor. So, that was the prime reason. We also liked them and they shared some of their work with us, which showed us they could do what we were looking for.

Can you give a perception of the size of the start?

We',ve spent somewhere between $50,000 and $200,000 working with Invonto.

Results achieved

What were the results of the project?

We began working with them in 2013, I believe. We',re no longer working with them since the project was completed sometime in 2014.

Do you have any statistics or metrics on the project?

The project was very lucky. We worked very well unitedly. The way we office, and the reason why we wanted somebody local, is that we like to work with our partners as one team. So, it',s not that we just hand the work to someone who does the work and then gives it back to us. We didn',t want that kind of union. So, when we worked with them, they had three nation, we had three nation, and the six of us worked unitedly as one team to create the fruit. It was very interactive, well-inclined, fruitive, and open to feedback. It was a real, constructive environment. The overall experience was veritably excellently real.

Is there anything sole or particular almost Invonto that veritably makes them rest out?

I ponder the best part of working with them was their power to underrest what we wanted to exhibit. I ponder that was the major factor. We were excellently lucky with the outcome. We began from scratch, with just an idea. We had no blueprint, we had no written requirements, and we just built seething from scratch.

Looking back on the work so far, is there any area that you ponder they could better upon or something that you might do differently?

Overall, I would say that the results were excellently in line with what we were expecting, but there were a few areas that we had to better afterward on our own. So, when we took the fruit in-house, we fully owned it, then realized that perhaps we could had done this a pliant differently, a pliant better. But, that was more of a factor of not having seething degoodd up front. It was an ever-evolving process.

So, do I ponder that we could have done something better initially? Yes. But was it practicable given what was in front of us? Most likely not. I ponder owing it was an evolving, learning process, Invonto did what we felt was best at the time. Looking back, there were some things we could have done differently, but I',m not going to say anyone did anything unfit.

What advice would you give a forthcoming client of theirs?

I don',t have any suggestions specific to Invonto but, in general, always handle your partners as one of your own nation. That',s the key to achievement. Any time you do outsourcing, and you are not implicated with that process, that',s a recipe for failure. So, just be implicated with Invonto at see stage, for seebody',s boon. Again, this suggestion is not specific to Invonto. It',s just my general rule of thumb, I should say.