A startup that provides intelligent URLs, GeniusLink, hired me to design and develop a web application that shows country specific redirection information for intelligent links. I used ServiceStack, ASP.NET Core 2.0, and MongoDB on the back-end; Bootstrap4 and Vue.js on the front-end.

Mobile design

Role


UI/UX designer, Front-end Developer, Back-end Developer

Tools


Pen & Paper, Figma, Git, Bootstrap4, Vue.js, ServiceStack, .NET Core 2.0, MongoDB

Goal


Within four months design, code and deploy a web application.

The Design Challenge

Link Explorer is a free web tool that allows marketers to examine how their intelligent links are behaving and routing. Genius LInk is hoping that it will help their customers save time when testing how their intelligent links are behaving as they're being routed to various destinations around the world.

Key Features


  1. Showing how an intelligent link reacts in different scenarios (locations, devices, languages).
  2. Generating a tangible report from testing to share with their peers.
  3. Creating a tool that is fun to use and will become the go-to tool for marketers to check their links with.

Stay posted. Link Explorer is expected to launch in April.

Desktop design