- Web App
- UX/UI Design
MVP of marketplace for those who sell and buy video content
What is Contentplace?
Ability to find video content for marketing purposes quickly and easily
Ability to spread content and find funding
Income from subscriptions
Create a web application for a private platform where users can sell and buy video content rights.
Users can get access to the platform only by invitation, while videos are available only after authorization or through the link shared by the content maker.
Search and buy video content
Filter by content type, topic, audience, price, quality and video length
Create content plans in the calendar
Leave feedback for sellers
Upload video content, add description, set prices
Organize a portfolio of works
Choose a subscription plan
We used cloud storage Amazon S3 to upload video content on the platform
After uploading, we launched AWS step functions that processed the videos. Then we made videos compress during processing — the platform owner pays for processing, which means that if the size of videos is smaller, our client pays less.
Access to private content
This way content makers can share their videos, while the rest of the content stays unavailable for unauthorized users
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We decided to look up to IT-giants and used blue as the accent color — it’s associated with security and confidence.
We finished the MVP in 3 months
The clients were able to enter the market quickly and now they test the idea with the working product
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Unauthorized users can’t see videos on the platform. There’s both public and private content — we provided access to it through Amazon CloudFront. If content is private, the system generates a temporary passcode. Content maker can send buyer an email with the link to the content and the passcode. If content is public, the buyer will receive only a link, passcode is not required.
Vladislav Severin, full-stack developer