See how we built Sanofi's Elements Design System to accelerate their global digital rebrand
New Product Development & Artificial Intelligence
Babbly team closed a successful pre-seed investment round with machine learning PoC
Headless e-commerce platform
Endy’s existing e-commerce platform on Shopify snoozed as their growth skyrocketed. They needed to re-platform and build a performant e-commerce platform.
React Native Mobile App
The co-working space aggregator and booking service wanted to make significant changes to their Android and iOS apps.
hims & hers
Hims needed a scalable telehealth platform to become a one-stop shop for medical advice and treatment. We helped them go headless and launch Hers into new markets in 30-days.
Design System & Service Design
Staples wanted to rebrand and re-focus with updated in-store kiosk systems to provide better experiences for both customers and employees.
Software as a Medical Device
Global Pharmaceutical Company
The client needed to create a new digital product to help people with diabetes.
Fast Retailing (UNIQLO)
To become the #1 retail apparel group in the world, they needed to design consistency, efficiency, and governance to internal and external teams across all markets.
Google wanted to expand its seamless user experience from Angular.io to its various microsites. To do so, the sites had to be migrated from Angular 2 to Angular 4. What they didn’t anticipate was that Angular.io would need a redesign as well.
Thanks to Wabtec’s commitment to consistent, user-friendly digital experience and emphasis on transparency and communication with their Rangle partners, the outcome is a powerful, tangible output: a design system tailored to Wabtec’s brand.
New Product Design & Discovery
WeSwap was expanding their original offering of a prepaid travel currency card, and exploring a partnership model with airlines and other travel providers to further their user reach.
A brand-first mobile experience goes from concept to the App store in only three months
Certified Stripe Partner
Businesses that used Stripe's open-source library needed to comply with new European regulations requiring multi-factor authentication