Case Study: NamNam
NamNam is a unique app to meet new people and explore interesting places at the same time. Loneliness is a disease of 21st century. People are so into online socializing but struggle to transfer their communication into a real world.
NamNam is a unique app to bring quickly online connection into a real world, real relationship, partnership, and friendship. NamNam helps to find the right person and ask to join your activity.
ObjectiveC, Java, NodeJS, HTML5
Dec ’16 — ongoing
There are a lot of social apps dedicated to dating. There are a lot of apps dedicated to exploring new places. But there is no mobile platform which could do both! Having this idea, firstly, we had to research top competitors in the niche to generate ideas on how to make our client’s app original and standing out. Having the structure of core app features and steps built we got down to creating a more detailed look of the app. As the first concepts of the interface were ready, we showed them to our client to see if they needed any further improvements
NamNam is a multifunctional app with dozens of features and possibilities. Our task was to present a clean and intuitive look that would contribute to the goals of the app.
Design that contributes to the goals
We have created an aesthetically pleasing look that reinforces the goals of the application. Every detail is thought through very well.
With NamNam you can meet people and find interesting places at the same time.
How it works:
- Subscribe to the activity on the activities list.
- Create your own activity.
- Find people nearby and invite them directly.
As a two-sided app, NamNam allows providers to post their services vouchers through the app. Providers, on the other hand, can expand their customer base without the need to spend extra money on ads, PR, and marketing.
Providers are able to post their vouchers through the admin panel. Also, they can control all the process and reservation details in one place.
Ultimately, we created an application that allows users meet new people and explore entertainment places at the same time. Providers, on the other hand, can expand their customer base without the need to spend extra money on ads, PR, and marketing.