UI/UX Design in MINTIT , what you should know

Our competitive designers conceive the most pleasant User experience and adjust their skills to track your needs and aspirations at any cost. Android or iOS, designing up-to-date UI/UX that synch with universal features is a responsibilty we carry at our company! We enjoy the art of designing, we bring your fantasies to the light!

Jobi !

Jobi is a lifestyle Used now by a various number of people, Jobi the application, is a platform accessible to everyone longing for a sheer after-work or a chilling tapas with the mates. Jobi is modern definition of Resto-bar in Tunisia; outlet on different geographic areas in Tunisia: Tunis, Sousse and Hammamat. Jobi implemented digital services for their client to be in perpetual communication with their needs and their insights. By means of mobile and website, jobi.bar/, now clients are able to browse through the different activities of Jobi and Jobi Beach in different cities. It provide all the information that a Jobsite may need: events like football game projection, ladies night, bachelors’ night, happy-hours all current now-and-here infos are available with offers on the app along distant booking and other options. Relaxation, good beverages, good quality of liquor, tasty amuse-bouche, flavored all these mirrored in the classy design of the app. With a system of digitized fidelity Jobi, rewards its loyal clients with offers and plenty of options that aim at attracting more and more potential loyal costumes. The app establishes a QR scanning functionality that doesn’t substitute card, however it garantees safe validation of consumption historic and loyal clients. Jobi transformed from an ordinary beach pub-tapas to a digitized pub that go beyond classic services to distance provision of information, distance invitation , e-advertizing of their appealing offers. It’s a multifunctional application that indulges the client and leaves the business at ease marketing-wise. In addition, Jobi provides advanced options like geofencing and geolocalization and approximity, welcoming and greeting notifications for clients. For managers it is now possible to monitor communication with clients through a dashboard. A tool that optimized the functionality of notification by personalizing and customizing notification of loyal costumers. For the purpose, managers have a visibility of clients rate and statistics in real time, and in the three outlets of the pub. Jobi is a diverse apparatus whose monitoring options are shared between mangers and the staff. It stores the clients’ activities, consumption, number accesses and cumulates fidelity points, and with a simple sweep of QR code it identifies clients’ profile. Because security matters for Jobists, therefore an interface was provided for security agents in order to identify clients with simple code scanning. This operation regulates the consumers’ access and manages space. This application is a network of team work between Managers, staff, security agents, all coworking for the best interest of the Jobi system and more importantly for better pub experience in Tunisia.


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