Likeeat

Likeeat wants to take restaurants to the next level with a super app. In MVP 1.0 it was decided to build an interactive digital menu.

See what Luis Felipe has to say about his experience with Novolabs

You can see that they are a totally professional team... I am really happy with the product itself. Not only did they make the product but I felt like I was part of the team.

Luis Felipe Gonzalez

Founder

If there is one thing we have seen in times of pandemic, it is that the digital menu in restaurants is here to stay. Not only does it prevent everyone from touching the same menu, but it is also much easier to understand and allows for much more dynamic updating. Against this backdrop, the first version of Likeeat was born, developed with No-Code technologies.

Definition

Launch of MVP

Tasks

UX Research

UI Design

No-Code Development

Project Managing

Test

Duration

3 months

Team

UX/UI Designer No-Code Developer Project Manager QA

How it started

Luis and his team came to Novolabs with the idea of building their MVP, a platform that would allow them to validate their idea by initially having two or three restaurants. With great initiative and a lot of excitement they told us about their project and we got down to work to define its functionalities and evacuate doubts together.

"Luis and his team came to Novolabs with the idea of building their MVP, a platform that would allow them to validate their idea by initially having two or three restaurants. With great initiative and a lot of excitement they told us about their project and we got down to work to define its functionalities and evacuate doubts together".

Malena Yabo

UX/UI Designer

What we decided to do

As soon as we defined the scope of the project, we started a process of competitor research, flow mapping and user interviews. Then, we poured all this information into a first version of the designs. We built a design system that allowed us to maintain consistency quickly and effectively.

The most important area of the platform was the one that allowed restaurants to upload their menu, because it was essential that it was easy to use and did not represent more work for them. We were able to implement a quick import of several dishes that streamlines the process and quickly detects possible errors.

As we closed some phases of the design, development began in Bubble, a No-Code tool that quickly allowed us to turn the entire Figma design into something 100% functional.

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The result

The result is a functional product that restaurants can now offer to their diners as an alternative to the physical menu. Diners can filter dishes to find them more easily, give them "Likes" and even leave a review for the restaurant at the end of their meal.

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