In need of an elegant app design, EIS came to us to develop a unique app from the ground up to create the world’s first flight-sharing app for private aviation. From branding to app development and marketing, GGS helped their business take flight.
To create a distinguished look and color scheme, GGS explored color schemes reminiscent of the golden era of flight, with a modern twist. The iconic jet engine illustration, flanked with aviator wings is now the hallmark of a truly jet-setting app. Our team of branding experts delivered a successful brand, perfectly suited for both the SaaS space, and their target market of high net worth individuals.
After defining the brand, our team of developers and designers architected interactive mockups for the app’s functionality and interactions. This step in the process is where brainstorming meets effective UI and UX. Here, we explored ideas while minimizing clutter and steps for each process. Once the client was happy with the design, we developed the web app.
Alongside the web app, we created a website, explaining the app benefits and features. This responsive website scales to fit all devices and is also a progressive web app (PWA). Custom reporting and backend functionality was also added to more easily manage the business end of the app, including recurring subscription payments and e-commerce.
The EIS team wanted to showcase the app’s purpose and functionality in a video. The team at GGS developed a script, created motion graphics and sourced voiceover talent and music rights.
To gain brand awareness (and users) as the app launched, GGS created billboard marketing campaigns for private airports, with easy-to-read messaging and a QR code to learn more and register for the app.
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