Omar and his partner Herón were looking to create the minimum viable product (MVP) to launch their startup. Their value proposition is concise: to have the most complete guide to restaurants, bars and cafés in the city of Guadalajara.
We mapped all product processes, then designed wireframes and each screen for the web version, basing these on the existing brand. Programming the application, we tested it, hosted it and launched it on the Internet.
Your guide to Guadalajara’s restaurants, bar and cafés.
The web is our speciality
The ideal place for constructing a bond between brand and client.
- Number of establishments 2124
- Monthly growth 15%
Solutions for the real world
This is the array of services and solutions we employed to make this project a success.
Branding & Maketing
To guide your brand to success we explore your company until we know what makes you unique, different from all the rest, and we’re thoroughly acquainted with the special personality that is yours alone. Later, based upon your brand identity, we determine who comprises your target audience. We study them, get to know how they speak, think and consume, but most importantly what captures their attention, excites and motivates them.
The epicenter for brands is now digital. Your consumers are now to be found online! We are Web experts and can build brands, products and systems. We launch corporate sites, landing pages for brands and ecommerce portals. We build intranets, product configurators, contributors and administrators of content. On the Web we can do practically anything you imagine. We are certified in our software development processes and can trust in our first-class design and engineering team.
“From our first contacts with the Intagono team my partner and I felt ourselves in touch with a leading agency, whose philosophy we knew would be the best match for our project. We trusted them, and now we’re sure we chose well, because now we’re a growing, innovative company, with a great perspective on the digital world and experience that is both local and global.”