Super Arbeit. Vielen Dank für die tolle Zusammenarbeit.
- Ayman B.
I can only say all the best about the designer. He was really responsive and efficient. We have really developed the initial idea and make a perfect logo. I would recommend it to everybody without no doubt.
I enjoyed working with Inna. I highly recommend using her. Amazing talent.
We were very pleased with the work Thiyagu.dsgn did for us. This is the second project we have awarded to Thiyagu.dsgn and we have been very pleased with both projects. Thiyagu.dsgn was quick to respond to requests and gave thorough explanations of the design choices, both textually and through additional design markups. In the future we would contract with Thiyagu.dsgn directly.
Nice design and response good
I chose to wait and review Shweta only once our design was complete. I had a general idea of what I wanted and Shweta was able to make it come to life. She followed my instructions well and provided multiple design iterations until I was fully satisfied. Currently, Shweta is working with my developer to implement our design. Great work. Timely. Creative. And easy to communicate with.
How Jason He started their app design journey
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
A social engagement and peer recognition app for employees.
Employees can read company related news, company can administer polls and surveys, employees can cash out salary earned from the app and/or set a new payroll schedule to receive their checks, employees can socialize and interact by posting pics/news, chat and show peer recognition by sending each other badges/trophies.
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the app?
Modern, minimalist, clean design of an enterprise app with a dash of color or “coolness” to bring out the social elements.
See attachments. Welcome new ideas / designs.
- Splash screen
- new user registration
- scan ID
- Home screen
- communicate / recognition
- Me / setting
Details can be found in the attachment.
What to avoid
clutter, complex designs, not using common sense design practices