Game Guides is an app that gives easy access to a vast amount of information about almost any game in existence, as well as all of the content that is created by fans for fans. It was an interesting challenge to form into a mobile application content that is customized by users on so many levels, from unpredictable color schemes and nested HTML tables to injected .js and overwritten .css rules. Based on the research and tracking. we were constantly working on improvements for the design and interaction. They could be as small as changing an icon's color to as big as completing a redesign of the Home Screen, major tweaks to search, or improvements in its API. And yes, I'm pretty proud of the parallax effect on the home screen :).

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This app was launched in November 2013 to test how dividing content of Game Guides into smaller and more focused single community apps will perform on the market. At the beginning, we created only a few of them and used them for testing and improving the product. After a year, the app was downloaded almost 1.5 million times and we have gained almost 500K monthly average users. 

The second part of the project was to create a user-friendly environment for our users to create those apps for their respective communities. To do that, we had to create a style guide, design an app that worked with multiple color schemes, and provide tools for creating and submitting those apps. The other purpose of subtracting single communities was to allow us to easily test sets of features or tweaks on variety of users.

In 2014 we had over 100 Community Apps created in the AppStore and GooglePlay, customized by our proud users.

Thank you!  

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Lyrically is a free smartphone app available for iOS and Android. It provides quick access to every song in LyricWikia's community-powered database of over 1.5 million songs.

Our project started as a small app facelift but soon grew into a complete overhaul with new interactions, functionality, interface, and colors. We have changed and improved it so much that we decided to give it a new name and identity. Core technology behind this app is very limited, so it was a very cool and complex puzzle to solve. I'm very happy with the outcome.

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Move the Turtle is an iPad/iPhone app designed for juniors aged 6–12 to learn basic computer programming skills. It was an amazing experience to work with this client, because he was incredibly involved and full of ideas. We were able to shape the idea and execution together so well, that it was recognized with a Parent's Choice Award

So awesome!

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