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Missing the retro look?
Allow the Posterboy application to take you on a time-traveling expedition.

Situation

When the client came to us with a rough logo design, they asked Space-O to create an app which allows the users to use vintage characters, shapes, banners and fonts, of their choice, amongst many. We gave them PosterBoy.

Choose vintage!

Be modern!

Having an efficient team we collected the produce of thoughts to harvest ideas from them. This became the groundwork for an app that was to climb the ladders of success.

Branding

& UX Design

As it was all about clicking and we wanted to promote PosterBoy through a right branding strategy. Hence, we studied the market in an in-depth manner to understand and find an easiest means of getting users attracted to the retro-style.

Icon

&

colors

Keeping in mind the retro-style through which the whole application was fashioned, we wanted to splash the icons with bright and rich colors that were in trend, during the 1900s.

First impression is considered to be the last impression. And therefore we put emphasis on presentation. Understanding the importance of retaining old style vintage photos, we crafted user interface that expresses PosterBoy brand to the utmost minute details. This level of meticulousness is a vital feature that communicates a high-quality brand image.

Interface &

Design




Providing the user with more than what they crave for

PosterBoy gives users an innovative experience with PosterBoy’s ability to search, save favorites, and access specific content. All these in a crisp interface designed for the urban travelers with a smartphone in their hands.

I am extremely happy that I went with Atit and his team. I was a little weary at first since his team did not have encryption experience, so when I followed up with him after not hearing from him for two days, he had apologized and informed me his team was testing out the encryption before responding to my inquiries. I was fairly impressed. Throughout the project, Atit has been very responsive and e-mailing me back every night if not every other night. It was due to my inexperience that the project finished on time. If I had known the importance of flowcharts and providing every single screen step by step, I believe Atit's team could've finished the project within two to three weeks (I had projected 4-5 weeks). If you'd like to view what his team has done, feel free to check out "Pocket Wallet". Thank you so much Atit!Jenn
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