Moodroad – fashion mobile application

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Team on project

2 UI Designers
2 Software Developers






Moodboard was born out of a belief shopping can become a simple and meaningful experience.
Moodboard is a fashion search engine gathering thousands of beautiful brands from all around the world for online visitors to explore. We aspire to present trends and products that will reflect clients’ frames of mind and emotions.


We wanted to create a meaningful shopping experience supported by AI, which recommends products according to moods or past purchases. Our goal was to craft personalized searching paths to lead visitors to relevant items and dream purchases.

The problem

Fashion is the largest B2C eCommerce market segment worth 520 billion in 2018. The market is expected to grow further at 12,2% per year. Digital innovation, rising globalization, and changes in consumer spending habits have catapulted the fashion industry into the midst of seismic shifts. As Moodroad says: “Since fashion is about individual expression, it is about time for a liberating shopping experience.”

UX & HI-FI Wireframes

User Interface

Complete screens designed in Sketch and delivered to the development team with documentation and style guide, which enhances the speed of the implementation. We have prepared some animations to explain the desired outcome for the front-end team. We believe that great products require collaboration between designers and developers.

After connecting with UI/UX designers team it was clear we’re on the same page from day 1, as to What we wish to create and How & When we wanted the project executed.

Moreover, we all felt throughout the process that the UI/UX designers team went far beyond agreed and scheduled tasks with brilliant tips and even business advice. Most warm heartedly recommended!

Peter Gliwiński,
CEO & Founder

Deadline? Pffft!

  • First candidates in 3 days.
  • Finish recruiting process in 2 weeks.
  • Spend less on office space and administrative costs.
  • Guidance if you’re not technically qualified.
  • Pay only if you hire.