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Project made for C-Change Labs in the Construction industry for a B2B audience in 2019.C-Change Labs needed to build a cloud SaaS tool for the North American construction industry to help them evaluate and reduce greenhouse gases (GHGs) emitted in the manufacture of building materials, without loss of performance or excessive cost.
Project made for EPIC Conjoint in the Marketing & Advertising industry for a audience in 2018.EPIC Conjoint empowers brands to conduct conjoint analysis in near real time. Conjoint is a precise, advanced and sophisticated method of market analysis aimed at finding relative importance of product features, optimal product configuration, and even pricing. Such research typically involves a specialist consultancy firm which rockets the prices and prolongues lead time. The EPIC Conjoint is a tool to facilitate these efforts. It is a Web app built for marketing people to help them construct and run the research they want: create a survey, choose visuals, set target audience, reach out and see the results. The application allows prediction of how the envisioned product will be treated by this audience on the market even before it is released.
Project made for ComplyAdvantage in the Banking & Financials industry for a B2B audience.ComplyAdvantage helps firms make intelligent choices when complying with regulations relating to sanctions, money laundering (AML), terrorist financing (CFT), bribery and corruption. The unique proprietary database of individuals, organisations and associated entities provides dynamic real-time insight into financial crime risks. ComplyAdvantage uses artificial intelligence, machine learning and big data analytics combined with a tailored risk-based approach to help firms not only to manage their compliance and risk obligations but to prevent the occurrence of financial crime. Founded in 2014 and headquartered in New York and with offices in Cluj, Romania, and London, UK, they work with some 200 clients in the financial markets and other regulated and high-risk sectors.
Project made for BlastOut in the Entertainment & Events industry for a B2C audience.BlastOut is a mobile app that allows people to interact within their own temporary social network. It facilitates local communications: within events and parties, but also at conferences, and enables people to make new connections easily. The application is a mixture of an anonymous imageboard and location-based forum, allowing users to upload a pic into a stream via their mobile app. The stream is geographically limited to a very close proximity of the one who queries. There is a commenting functionality and a way to share real life contacts if wanted by both parties; otherwise, the communication is anonymous.
Project made for eChalk in the Education industry for a B2B audience in 2018.eChalk makes creating and managing school websites easy, so web administrators have more time to focus on creating great content. The solution is rich with features, offering adjustable website structure and themes, keeping community informed with school and district calendars, public news feeds, and more. Centralized directory automatically updates as classes, groups, schools and faculty members are added in eChalk, so the information is always up-to-date without added work for web administrators.
Project made for eChalk in the Education industry for a B2B audience in 2018.eChalk Learning Management System is a cloud-based system supporting all the student and teacher in-class and out-of-class flows. Grading, assignments, assessments, calendars, and much more - all combined with the export of the information in standard format available for direct exchange with other informational systems. This K-12 platform brings school websites, learning management, and group collaboration tools together in a simple, organised online environment.
Project made for Virtual Native in the Marketing & Advertising industry for a B2B / B2C audience in 2018.Virtual Native provides professional web-based services, ranging from custom web designs to fully functional dynamic rich websites. Providing the ability to integrate clear, functional, and creative interfaces with technical, business solutions, Virtual Native strategically helps build brands, improve global web presence, and develop more meaningful relationships with the customers.
Project made for Hairstory in the E-commerce industry for a B2B / B2C audience in 2018.Hairstory [http://www.hairstory.com]manufactures and sells innovative and premium hair care products to the regular customers and independent hairdressers using a direct selling model. Hairstory has developed an innovative distribution model without regional distributors, bulk sales to salon owners or large-scale retailers. Instead, hair-care professionals are rewarded directly with the referral program.
Project made for Betterfood.me in the Food industry for a B2B audience in 2017.Betterfood.me is a smart assistant and a website which would solve an endless problem of group or team food orders. The assistant works by collecting everyone’s preferences, allergies, go- or no-go foods, and then sums that up for the person ordering catering. The next step would be to suggest restaurants doing delivery nearby, which can match the combined profile of the team, and assist in placing an order for delivery. The Betterfood.me smart assistant would work instead of a human office manager collecting food preferences from the team members, removing the pain and solving the problem with ease.
Project made for Online Video Sharing Service in the Media industry for a B2C audience in 2010.The project was a private online video sharing service which provided consumers complete control over the distribution and privacy of their personal videos. Back in 2010, YouTube and Vimeo were the major platforms which were oriented at public video sharing. The product was a new type of video platform where users would share their private videos easily by selecting a limited circle of friends.
Project made for Video Streaming Service in the Media industry for a B2C audience in 2014.This project was a database of movies, cartoons and TV shows accessible directly on cell phones and tablets. It allowed either viewing video content online or downloading it in background to a mobile device or desktop. Users could exchange files, recommend movies to friends, and stream their video to other devices. The content was virus-free due to forced on-server checks and subject to parental control. The search included numerous categories: genres, actors, pre-set criteria. The application was made for the Russian-speaking market.
Project made for Logicify in the Software & Computer Services industry for a B2C audience in 2015.In 2017, we developed a Java framework [https://github.com/bot-character-framework/bot-character-framework]for building smart chat bots to explore the trending technology. The framework provides a bunch of abstractions and allows developers to concentrate on implementation of business logic. The behavior logic is split into independent components. Users can create different sets of bot replies, randomly rotate answers for the same input, and setup different reply styles to simulate different bot “characters”. Bots built on this framework can be connected to different chat platforms easily. This framework was further used to produce specific chat bots for internal use to help with time tracking and managing some internal assets like virtual machines.
Project made for Logicify in the Software & Computer Services industry for a B2B / B2C audience in 2018.Logicify public website helps us achieve our goals: to be found by our prospective clients and to showcase the work we have done. It is mostly an informational website with the blog module to convey our approach to doing things. Along with serving our own marketing needs, the site, in connection with its intranet counterpart, helps our employees educate themselves. Besides, with the help of our articles and blog posts, we try bringing new and fresh business information to our clients and prospects.The site is constantly updated and filled in with new and relevant content.
Project made for Logicify in the Software & Computer Services industry for a B2C audience in 2017.When Logicify was founded in 2010, it was a small team with all processes simple and visible. As we grew, additional processes were established, and at some point we needed an ERP-like system to keep finance, HR, accounting, document generation under control. At the same time, we did not require a fully-functional business system, which would have been excessive for our needs and too expensive to implement. Thus, we decided to develop our own solution, simple yet covering all our needs.This internal ERP system consists of several pieces. The first one eases the internal payroll by generating and sending invoices to employees. Data is collected from Google spreadsheets, then pdfs are generated and sent to people as attachments. User interface is a simple Google page. The workflow is done on monthly basis or upon request. Another piece is an internal tool built to track paid time off for Logicify employees. It allows emailing one-click on-demand reports to people, stating how much PTOs they have left for the given period, as well as breakdown per PTO type (sick leave, vacation, business trip or shifting their working day).
Project made for Logicify in the Software & Computer Services industry for a B2C audience in 2018.The product is an air quality monitoring system collecting info from sensors across the Logicify open space. The sensors measure temperature, humidity and CO2 levels. If any of these levels are outside pre-set boundaries, a notification is sent to office managers. In addition to actionable charts allowing research and climate system tuning, the visual interface displays additional useful info: weather widget, agenda for the upcoming company events (IT talks, birthdays, company events, etc).Stage 2 of the product presumes full automation. E.g. if temperature reaches 26˚C or higher, air conditioning system is turned on. Full visual map of the building is displayed on a standalone display, showing sensor coverage. The display is also used as an additional public channel to deliver company-wide advertisements along with traditional emails.
Project made for Logicify in the Software & Computer Services industry for a B2C audience in 2015.The System is an in-house Logicify management tool, used mainly for time tracking and office assets management. Logicify engineers fill in their timesheets on daily basis for the Time-and-Material projects. The admin can run a report against a selected time range and filter people per project to easily get an idea of how much hours the team spent for a month and what exactly they did. This report can be used as an attachment to invoices to the clients who want detailed financial reporting, as well as to improve internal planning.
Project made for Logicify in the Software & Computer Services industry for a B2C audience in 2018.As Logicify grew, we required a centralized place to store our internal rules and knowledge. This project was built as an aggregator of several applications and areas: a company knowledge base, feedback collector to get ideas from employees on different questions, a module to register and inform employees about their paid time off, and documents storage. There is also a section with educational videos from our internal IT talks and a constantly updated news column.As of 2018, the project is still under development. The next stage will include adding personalized learning paths, so that people will be able to select courses among the proposed, pass them, leave comments and ratings. It will help those currently on the bench to quickly get up to speed. We will also include a new PTO section, where employees will view calendar with their vacations, illnesses and business trips.
Project made for ISIC Holding AG in the Insurance industry for a B2B audience in 2012.ISIC Holding AG has refined corporate expertise in diversified sectors to provide their clients and investors with reliable and well-structured solutions in different industries for over 25 years. Throughout this time, ISIC has experienced every stage of the shift towards globalized divisions with emphasis on Communication and Information Technology Development. They have successfully completed and are currently involved in a whole number of different projects, ranging from highly complex turnkey solution for specialized markets, such as the marine insurance industry, construction and the retail and food logistics.Their lead marine insurance product, SEAS-IT, is an all-in-one solution for supporting marine insurance processes. SEAS-IT caters to the marine insurance industry in all aspects of it's underwriting, survey, claims, internal communication and back-office. It is designed to communicate with the major accounting applications and is compatible with other third party applications. The product manages all ship and company related documentation created within these processes.
Project made for trovvit in the Media industry for a B2C audience in 2017.trovvit's mission is to help students find pathways and opportunities from the people and organizations that they already know and trust. The platform – available on mobile and web -- enables users to easily capture what they are learning and who they are learning with. Users do this by creating “records” (posts) with photos, videos and documents that they can then share via a private feed. Users can curate these records to create public facing portfolios and profile.
Project made for Ontrack 360 in the Others industry for a B2B audience in 2017.OnTrack360 is a tool for physical asset lifecycle management. Imagine a printed ads company which owns 100 ads lightboxes in the city. Ads inside light boxes need to be changed often, different stakeholders want to be able to track what is going on, people in the field need to know what should be their next place and what they should put into the next lightbox, and management needs to see through the day to understand where the process can be improved. OnTrack addresses all these needs in a single and coherent web interface. The patent-pending onion public key encryption enables tracking every single change in data, and, as a result, the data may be used in court as an evidence of the job done.
Project made for Eltiland in the Education industry for a B2C audience in 2015.Eltiland is an educational web portal which help develop kids from 0 to 8 years. It supports all participants of the education process: teachers, kids and their parents.The portal has a centralized library which stores lesson plans, illustrations, and methodical recommendations about preschool education. Whenever a teacher is preparing for a lesson, master class or interest group, they can easily find supplementary items such as pictures, verses or music and include them into their drills and games with kids, as well as add new items and share them with others. They can also review acting regulatory documents for the pre-school education.Parents can sign up to use free and paid programs, courses and webinars. Eltiland offers free demo lessons from these courses, so that parents will know exactly what they would pay for.Kids can read a special newspaper with colorful heroes to discover the world or play educational computer games directly on-site. They also offer reviews of popular App Store applications for younger kids and those with limited abilities.
Project made for Elog.io in the Software & Computer Services industry for a B2C audience in 2014.Elog.io is a good example of an open source and free software. The products itself is a tool set for web researches. It integrates with the browser and then, when the images are detected on a page, identifies images in the Elog.io database to find attribution information. Basically, it allows users to easily find an answer to the question: is this photograph I'm looking at openly licensed? If no, who holds the copyright? They can also copy a photograph and its attribution easily into programs like Wordpress, LibreOffice and Word.The solution is based on advanced perceptive hash algorithm to find visually similar images even if they were colored, resized or cropped.Currently, the database includes over 22 million images from Wikimedia Commons. The image matching algorithm understands basic things like resizing and color change.
Project made for Screenspaces in the Others industry for a B2C audience in 2016.ScreenSpaces is a social publishing platform that uses highly relevant content to bring communities to life and drive activation and conversion. ScreenSpaces enables people and businesses to easily set up, publish and syndicate self-contained ecosystems of highly relevant multimedia content, from a variety of sources, without the need for special programming skills.
Project made for OT-OIL in the Energy & Oil industry for a B2B audience in 2014.OT-OIL is a Russian developer of corporate information solutions - highly specialised ERP - for oil and gas companies in Russia. The solutions cover all levels of enterprise management in all geographic locations. OT-OIL organizes data warehouses and data banks, creates centralized and distributed storage units of structured information for energy companies and engineering centers. They optimize production processes and automate various tasks, from planning to monitoring key upstream processes.
Project made for Undisclosed in the Education industry for a B2C audience.This educational website would create a space to give children the online medium and tools to access, connect and engage with other children from all over the world through their respective schools. They could learn about each other, share information, work together, and over time become friends. The main idea was to ensure that future generations do not grow up with high level of misunderstanding and intolerance. Each module was, in effect, a portal which could either stand on its own or link to other modules. Within this module, teachers and pupils could find other schools worldwide to connect to. This could be either at a class level or for the whole school. Users were able to search for schools by location, socio-economic criteria, size, etc. They could also opt to have schools suggested for them.
Project made for Free Software Foundation Europe in the Software & Computer Services industry for a B2B / B2C audience.Free Software Foundation Europe helps individuals and organizations to understand how Free Software contributes to freedom, transparency, and self-determination. They encourage people to use and develop Free Software and provide resources to enable everyone to further promote Free Software in Europe.Account Management System (AMS) is used internally by FSFE. From the technical perspective, it has several components: a user-facing website, a Python interface to the FSFE Community Database, an OpenID Connect Provider for the AMS authentication, and a dockerized PostgreSQL database. All components are Flask-based.
Project made for Free Software Foundation Europe in the Software & Computer Services industry for a B2B / B2C audience.Free Software Foundation Europe is a charity organization that empowers users to control technology. Free Software gives everybody the rights to use, understand, adapt and share software. These rights help support other fundamental freedoms like freedom of speech, press and privacy.The EU is getting ready to vote a "Copyright Reform" package in July 2018. It would fundamentally undermine the foundations upon which Free and Open Source Software is built. The proposed Article 13 of the EU Copyright Directive targets every online service that allows its users to upload and share content with each other, including code hosting platforms. The latter would have to use content recognition technologies to decide what material software developers should be allowed to share. As a result, massive user code base would be monitored and blocked from being shared online at any time. Thus, software developers will be unable to use currently free software components and tools, which limits their competition and innovation, as the proposed filtering technologies will consider such code reuse a law violation. This can have a serious impact on digital economy due to significant contribution of open source technologies, thus limiting Europe’s growth in this area.To deal with this situation, FSFE created SaveCodeShare in September 2017. This is an initiative to bring awareness about this unintended impact on software sharing platforms. They needed to design and develop a website for this campaign, so that ordinary users could ask them to connect to their deputy or MP.