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Modular framework

Prepping fragmented web apps for efficient, scalable integrations


We’ve kicked off a production launch of the modular framework, quickly followed by iterations to improve the experience for current and future users.

1 vs. 20 deployments

Deploy the entire app once, rather than 20 times

Safe & scalable

Expansion to third parties, while keeping data and applications safe

Easier collaboration

Dev teams are more cohesive as they work in a single framework


San Fancisco

Our client’s web stack was fragmented into ~20 apps, making it hard to maintain best practices and causing huge optimization issues. With a plan to allow third parties to integrate, we helped mature their solutions to set them up for future success.

  • Project management
  • Front-end development
Build type
  • Greenfield
Tech stack
  • React
  • Redux
Modular Framework

What we did

Refining requirements

We started by refining the client’s vague technical design and architecture into real requirements.

  • Assessment of existing systems
  • Technical requirements defined

User experience

It was important to keep the future consumers of the framework in mind. If anything didn’t seem right, we backed up and redesigned. While developing, we revealed “hidden” requirements that helped shape the framework’s vision.

  • Future-proofed interface
  • Refined framework vision

Automated testing

After finishing the framework’s MVP, we moved on to automated testing and defining best practices and starting points for future developers and consumers.

  • Automated testing
  • Documented best practices

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