A web app for renting
and leasing storage space
Cubbiq — a C2C storage renting platform
It helps users find a landlord with vacant storage rooms or garages. Users can store their belongings there
Garage to Rent for Storage
SPM great storage space available within a fantastic Shed. This space is ideal for the storage of household goods, boxes...
Container to Rent for Storage
Container for rent, large with a combination lock. A safe place for your things. Perfect for furniture or big stuff, can be shared with another person...
Rent as much space as you need. If you want, you can rent it alongside other tenants.
Our clients wanted to conquer the Asian market by creating an analog of Stashbee service for Singapore, which is a very popular service in the USA.
They’re entrepreneurs with experience of doing business in the U.S.
How to make an MVP without a hassle?
Our team evaluated the price of all features with our clients. But the amount of features exceeded the budget and didn’t fit the timeline.
We made a spreadsheet with all of the features, looked through it with our clients and decided which ones to keep and which to remove. In the end, we removed:
We’ve kept the chat feature, but omitted the instant-messaging option. Instead, the user can see new messages after refreshing the chat — or waiting for a minute until it refreshes by itself
Widget with leases
A widget that pops up on the side in the chat is a nifty feature, but it’s not valuable enough to prioritize
Authorization through Facebook, Google, or a phone number isn’t necessary — email registration will be enough
By removing some of the features, we saved ~80 hours of development time and fit into the budget. The clients agreed with us.
The designer, based on features the clients wanted to include, finalized the mindmap.
The mindmap shows the logic of how the app is supposed to work. At the same time, we’ve created wireframes.
We created our design concept with, a green interface. However we had to change this color, because in Asian cultures green is associated with deception and cunning.
After delving into the cultural aspects of colors and their meanings in Asian culture, we settled on red. Because in Asia, it’s associated with wealth.
This problem resurfaced, however. Singapore is a country with a lot of Europeans, and for most of them red is associated with mistakes and aggression. So, in the end, we went with a bright orange — the clients thought it was a great choice.
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Safe storage for your things
Enjoy having more space
For web-app development, we used a tech stack that was proven to be solid.
Email marketing integration
Library for users with admin privileges
Images and videos integration
We estimated that the web-app development will take 1,450 hours — 6 sprints in total.
We didn’t conduct the QA process alone — our clients had their own team involved as well. Their developers gave positive feedback and advice on optimizations, but they found some bugs too.
Nevertheless, thanks to different perspectives, we released a completely finished product.
After QA phase was finished, we fixed all the major bugs, before the release in October.
Even now, our team continues to work on Cubbiq — we help with support and maintenance.
In the future we want to integrate new features — for example, the ability to deliver belongings between tenants and landlords.
Cubbiq is thriving — Singaporean users are very pleased with it.
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