Our task was to develop a suite of apps, for both the gym-goers and trainers, that fostered meaningful connections and improved workout results.
We began with an all-hands workshop with the InfoGym team. This meeting clarified the key user stories and business goals, allowing us to draw up an initial project scope.
Regular communication with a remote design team in Norway ensured timeliness and consistancy throughout the process
The designers at Software Brothers have a very structured and efficient design pipeline that added a lot of value to InfoGym.
Sketch & Photoshop
Google Material Design
Human Interface Guidelines iOS
We extracted 3 separate modules: user app, trainer app and a common module, which allowed us to implement updates to both apps simultaneously.
Each element and margin is checked to ensure a smooth development process. Each asset was optimised for performance.
A consistant MVVM architecture for both Android and iOS. This allowed us to:
We've created 2 separate .gradle files to keep the code clean and organized. This also made it easier to update constants and dependencies across the whole project. Simply update one file, and it is automatically applied acorss the whole platform.