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What does it take to build an app like FreeCharge?
Submitted by Raghuram Trikutam (@raghuramat) on Friday, 24 October 2014
UI - full talks
At FreeCharge, we lay a lot of emphasis on UI/UX principles while building our apps. Designers and engineers alike work on building an understanding on the core flow and representation of the app while ensuring performance and quality of the functioning of the app. For us, and for a lot of others, UX is about customer’s like-ability of an app. That stems from an ease of usage, crisp communication, awesome performance and smart engineering.
We’d love to pass on the gyaan of building such apps. We’d love to tell you what to look for when building such apps.
The session would cover the following aspects
- What was the need to revamp our app?
- Design discussions and decisions
- Engineering calls and work flow adjustments
- Performance and slickness
Do join us in this talk. We would love to keep it as open and as conversational as possible.
Harish Sivaramakrishnan (VP, UX at FreeCharge) : Doesn’t need much introduction. Harish heads UX at FreeCharge for all our products (Web, Mobile Web and Apps). A passionate designer and an awesome front-end engineer.
Raghuram Trikutam (AVP, Mobile at FreeCharge) : Raghu heads mobile engineering at FreeCharge. Has a lot of interest in UX and believes that building the right products takes not just a roadmap, but a vision.