iOS, Android, Web
The first product we worked on was the app for restaurateurs. Once the target was defined and all the necessary functionalities were established, we focused on the purchase funnel. We analyzed some possible flows that would lead the user from the first to the final action of sending the order. After experimenting with more solutions for some micro-flows, we have designed the definitive UX, so that it is fluid and pleasant for the user.
The transition from the flowchart to the wireframe is essential to start visualizing more clearly how the user experience, the management of spaces, and the positioning of CTAs will look like. The next step was defining the UI. Based on the Visual Identity that Ristoply had already defined, we designed a fresh and dynamic interface. We improved some cornerstones of the Brand, such as the color palette. The use of correct typography, custom images, and illustrations have helped to add value to the final product.
Working in a lean way also means facilitating product development. For this purpose, we created a library of components that were used by the Devs Team. Following a clear and consistent style guide makes their work more efficient.
We have taken care of developing a smart and intuitive platform for suppliers to improve their order management. Moreover, WebApp allows suppliers to access all the statistics, reports, and details on their customers. Below, a new digital system that improves the entire sales system.
A new product is always a challenge. How did we measure interest in our solution without a complete product? We have created www.ristoply.com, a landing page dedicated to both restaurateurs and suppliers, which shows the advantages of the service offered. The landing page also contributed to lead generation through its simple contact form. In this way, the Founders were able to acquire contacts of people interested in the product and notify them as soon as the app was available in the stores.