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Dish App

We teamed up with Dish to create an app that allows users to create and organize lists of restaurants, add tags and notes, comment on restaurants, share with friends, and more.

We put a lot of thought into the ways users will interact with this app

We created many proof of concept prototypes for the navigation and methods of organizing restaurants, testing out each one to find the easiest and most intuitive method. We came up with a pretty unique but powerful way to manage multiple lists.

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A few screens from the wireframes

Simplifying everything

During the process, we settled on a simple navigation method and design style in order to make the app as usable as possible. Our pride and joy is the interaction for managing lists. The user can tap and hold a restaurant for a split second, then either drag vertically to rearrange their list, drag to a different list off to the side, or drag to the trash to delete. All with some very satisfying haptic feedback.

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A few screens from the app showing different aspects of list management

We're really excited about the sharing feature

Users can share a whole list, or search by tag or keyword and share the results. Sharing actually generates a unique webpage with the user's list and custom headline. This means users can share among friends or even share with a huge following, all using the same feature. The generated page has info about Dish and provides links to learn more and download the app, bringing in even more users.

Sharing on steroids

"Working with Vincit has been a transformative experience. Their team approach made it feel as if we had our own full time staff working around the clock to get everything done at the highest possible level. It truly felt like they had ownership of the project. Additionally, they were willing to constantly challenge us, and bring fresh ideas to the table. As a result of this, I am highly confident that our final product was significantly improved by their collaborative and rigorous approach. It was never about just getting the job done, it was about getting it done right!"

Dish Founder

React Native and Google’s Firebase was the choice of technology for development. Choosing React Native allowed for faster development and for us to target both iOS and Android at the same time. In addition, leveraging Firebase as the backend allowed Dish to be flexible and scale to meet any user demand.

Some difficulties that we encountered with React Native were achieving and maintaining smooth animations no matter how large a user’s list may be. In the end, we managed to overcome those limitations, resulting in a highly performant app.

The Dream Team

Vincit: Cameron Sagey, Vincent Banagas

Dish: Founder

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