TechMagic - App Developer Profile
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TechMagic developer overview

TechMagic is a development studio that helps established companies and startups in creating dedicated nearshore teams.

Thanks to our strong focus on native mobile development (iOS and Android) and web development with MEAN stack (MongoDB, Express.js, Angular, and Node.js) we can create teams that can be a great extension for your existing team as well as create an R&D center from 0 to 10 in just a few months.

Our experienced team will pre-interview candidates based on established requirem... View full description

TechMagic is a development studio that helps established companies and startups in creating dedicated nearshore teams.

Thanks to our strong focus on native mobile development (iOS and Android) and web development with MEAN stack (MongoDB, Express.js, Angular, and Node.js) we can create teams that can be a great extension for your existing team as well as create an R&D center from 0 to 10 in just a few months.

Our experienced team will pre-interview candidates based on established requirements and will provide you a list of top matches for an interview.

While we will be taking care of all administration (accounting, legal, office, etc) you can retain full control over product development as well as manage your team directly. Hide full description

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TechMagic developer interview

The last time we video interviewed Techmagic was in January 2016. Today we interview Andrew Alexseyenko, Marketing Manager at Techmagic. Here you'll find the latest news of one of the top mobile app development companies in Ukraine. Your last interview was published in 2016. What great apps has Techmagic been working on since then? We had many great projects, but one of the best is Motiflow. Our client is from Netherlands, it’s a marketplace for designers. Motiflow gives designers a pla...
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TechMagic developer reviews

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  • Sqord
    Client: Budget: more than $25,000 (USD)

    The biggest challenge for Sqord was an absence of internal mobile development team. Sqord was willing to hire quickly-adaptable team which can keep an expected level of quality during the whole project.

    The main objective of the project was to create a unique mobile experience. This was supported by the updating of existing app in terms of including more functionality, registration, login options and account features.

    We launched an application for iOS and Android platforms according to the agreed deadlines. This product was built in connection with Internet of Things concept. Also, it has gamification included, hardware integration, dynamic UI and efficient Bluetooth technologies. View full description

    The biggest challenge for Sqord was an absence of internal mobile development team. Sqord was willing to hire quickly-adaptable team which can keep an expected level of quality during the whole project.

    The main objective of the project was to create a unique mobile experience. This was supported by the updating of existing app in terms of including more functionality, registration, login options and account features.

    We launched an application for iOS and Android platforms according to the agreed deadlines. This product was built in connection with Internet of Things concept. Also, it has gamification included, hardware integration, dynamic UI and efficient Bluetooth technologies. Hide full description

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    Interviewed by AppFutura
    3/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateJul 25, 2017

    INTERVIEWED BY APPFUTURA ON JUL 25, 2017

    Please present yourself and your business.

    Jeff Wright, Co-Founder and Former VP of Product and User Experience at Sqord

    Explain what your project was about.

    A hardware software platform comparable to FitBit for kids, where the software component was oriented to a very visual, interactive, game/social experience.

    Explain to what scope extend TechMagic was involved in your project.

    TechMagic built the iOS and Android apps for our product.

    How did you get to meet the TechMagic team and what led you to hiring them?

    We were introduced by another client and fellow Techstars company. They came with extremely high praise and our interview with them felt like a good fit.

    How was their project management?

    They are fine project management partners. Techmagic will drive the project forward if given very clear goals, and all dependencies, assets, and direction. In fact, when well-prepared, they are extremely detailed. However, when the client side has lapses in attention, or misses a question that should have been asked, they may not be able to run with the ball as effectively.

    Was the project completed as expected? Was the time and the budget the same you agreed on?

    The project was not completed as expected, took longer, and cost more. However, I think Sqord legitimately shares some culpability for this, as we kept pushing for very near term milestones for demos and release announcements, and such, so the entire team was frequently focused on crisis deliveries, rather than the long-term plan. There was one very major miscommunication where their initial discovery on the project failed to reveal that our platform (as a game environment) should have been built on middleware, rather than as a purely native app. This cost us three months, probably, and limited our final deliverable.

    Did you find their expertise up to what you expected? Did they require any kind of training from your end to understand your product?

    Their expertise is top-notch from person to person, for the most part. They did not require any training.

    Please highlight the best things of TechMagic.

    The best thing about TechMagic, in my view, is the value. For the cost of an off-shore provider, they delivered good results.

    Is there anything you believe TechMagic could improve on?

    If I had it to do over again, I think the hiccups could have been avoided by more rigorously planning our project before kick-off, and making sure they understood the full scope of the long-term project. I think they could improve on their discovery process, and make sure they don't start writing code until they know what success looks like for their client.

    Is there anything else about your experience with TechMagic that you would like to share?

    One thing that struck me working with them almost daily for four months was that they legitimately cared about the project. Their project manager baked a cake to celebrate the launch, and the "Sqord Team" there had a party. They'd frequently work very long hours to catch up on a crisis deliverable, and spend as much time as needed with me on Skype and Slack to make sure they could implement our designs as closely as possible (and we held them to a high bar).

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  • App for saving best moments
    Client: Budget: more than $25,000 (USD)

    The MyWall project main innovation was to extract the most important pictures and social media images from the users account and store them privately.

    The objective of the project was to help users automatically create memories from their social profiles.

    Techmagic delivered a working mobile app that stored a weekly memory in cloud storage, completely private to outsiders. Additional features have been added to the basic requirements, such as geolocation or audio recording.

    Certified by AppFutura
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateMay 30, 2017
  • QubStudio
    Client: Budget: $10,000 – $15,000 (USD)

    The R&D projects required Techmagic's expertise to develop websites and mobile apps

    The objective of the project was to help QubStudio with some of their R&D projects and customer projects.

    Techmagic delivered as requested successfully.

    Certified by AppFutura
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateMay 30, 2017
  • EventInArea
    Client: Budget: more than $25,000 (USD)

    The challenge of the EventInArea app was to create a system that showed the user relevant results out of the crowd-sourced results.

    The objective of the team behind EventIn Area was to create an app to help users find relevant events and things to do in their area.

    The Techmagic team developed an app up to the client's requirements and is now active on the app store.

    Certified by AppFutura
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateMay 30, 2017
  • HappyScan - Scan QR-codes from your favorite restaurants
    Client: Budget: $15,000 – $20,000 (USD)

    The project was innovative as it needed to implement game mechanics into a mobile app for marketing and needed to use the power of social networks.

    The Happyscan team wanted to create a mobile app that helped restaurant marketers engage with customers with a reward system and games.

    The final app developed by Techmagic allowed marketers to offer special offers and promotions as a reward and allowed user to share them, effectively attracting more customers to the restaurant.

    Certified by AppFutura
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateMay 30, 2017
  • Software Development for YouTeam
    Client: Budget: more than $25,000 (USD)

    TechMagic was hired for 5 distinct needs for this client, a digital product design company based in London.

    TechMagic provided different consultancy and management services for different software development needs.

    This is an ongoing partnership.

    Not verified
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateMar 31, 2017
  • App Development for Yealie
    Client: Budget: $20,000 – $25,000 (USD)

    Techmagic was hired to complete the back-end of a complex app for a marketplace with two sides: vendor and client.

    The app was completed within the expected budget and with no concerns from the client.

    Not verified
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateMar 31, 2017
  • iOS and Android app development
    Client: Budget: more than $25,000 (USD)

    TechMagic was hired by a company providing secure web services for their users to communicate securely, including a very secure web mail service. The client was in need of creating iOS and Android apps to expand their market reach.

    TechMagic developed the email app for both platform from scratch and the design was provided by the client with all functionalities required for the service, including proper encryption for clients.

    Not verified
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateMar 31, 2017

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  • Hybrid apps is the worst decision you can makeGeneral

    TechMagic: It's always hard to make a decision, especially when you are considering between native and hybrid apps. We compared them in a short article, you can check it here - http://blog.techmagic.co/native-vs-hybrid-apps
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  • NodeJS vs Ruby on Rails - Which is the best?General

    TechMagic: The famous Node.js used for server-side and networking applications is an open source and a cross-platform, run-time environment. With its application written in JavaScript, the Node.js development services have been, of late, become highly sought after. Ruby on Rails, on the contrary, is a web application framework. This model-view-controller framework offers default structures for a web service, web pages, and database. All that that, many a times, a question being asked is, which to use! Com...
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