This site is a portal created for search, purchase, and deployment as well as marketing purposes of goods from Spain (such as designer clothing, accessories, etc.). These goods are sorted by groups in specialized stores. You pretty much have a shopping mall right inside your browser. The original task was to create a platform that would be allowing users to create their own online shops. In those shops, the user may create and manage and sell new goods. The products’ status and condition, as well as orders from customers, are manageable as well. The website is based on Drupal 6 and Ubercart. The Sphinx is the pages’ search engine that ensures a massive searching speed-up. It is also capable of decreasing the pressure caused on servers. The newly developed interface grants use
Site YoungCuts.com represents an informational resource for competitors, critics and spectators of the yearly movie festival of young stage directors, which takes place every October in Canada. The site represents means of communication of this event’s participants and an informational system for the movie critics’ work. Every competitor has the possibility to download a short film (up to 10 Mb), which will be accessible for general viewing further and it can be assessed by the jury members as well. From a technical point of view, the site is developed with the Drupal CMS. Forum and support are switched on; File downloading system is present and integrated; Additional functionality includes, yet is not limited to: Voting system Mailing system E-commerce system Banned ad functio
A web portal for video news materials. Provide a smooth access to the website from any mobile device with a comfortable and convenient interface.
The task was to develop a social media aggregator that allows to create user accounts, to connect different social media accounts and conveniently manage the information from them on one single platform. We were also to develop a fitting iOS app that was requited to allow creation of a dynamic feed of messages from social networks with a few touches. RebelMouse is an aggregator for social media that was launched by Huffington Post CTO Paul Berry. On the first look this platform looks like a digital newspaper that represents user’s social media events. Basic registration allows users to connect their accounts on Twitter and Facebook. The updates from the connected accounts are represented in the collage-styled information flow that shows user’s presence within social media. RebelMouse a
Distractify is a leading entertainment company in the mobile era. This fascinating portal follows the trend (among Buzzfeed and Upworthy) for inspiring, funny and eye-catching post titles, often in list form, with video, image and GIF-heavy content. We are most happy QArea had a chance to assist them and here’s what we did for Distractify: Development Integrating Service-oriented architecture. Android API IOS API Testing Functional testing; Compatibility testing; Regression testing; Ad-hoc testing; UI / UX testing; Validation testing; Smoke testing; Bug reporting; Bug rechecking; Documentation creating. Results were astonishing: Official stats have their unique visitor count at 43 million since its launch in October 2013, and the site has inspired 10 million Facebook shares in that short