DB2s goal was to develop architecture for mobiles and the web to provide users with access to Gerald Hörhan’s real estate lectures. DB2 was asked to create a system that allows access to new material regularly, once the user registers and pays for the membership.
DB2 created a mobile app for iOS and Android, plus a web version. The solution has the standard features of the e-learning app, and robust microservice architecture to make it stable.
Interface design, Technical Conculting, User Experience design, iOS development, Android development, Website development
Users receive new lectures little by little (content dripping approach). Companies, as well as individuals, can use this solution, and it has a variety of payment methods available.
DB2 has developed several options for membership (basic, annual, VIP) that users can pay by credit or debit card; with the help of PayPal or by invoice. The payment system also contains a tool to calculate VAT. The VAT total is dependent on the country the user (individual or company) lives in.
There is a detailed description of each session that users can download for offline access, plus they can also listen to classes in audio format. After paying for membership, the user receives access to new lectures weekly (in the case of standard or annual membership.)
Users can buy tickets for events and also register someone else for them. The app also saves the history of the events attended.
Users can interact within the app and meet Gerald in live chat scenarios, plus view streaming sessions.
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The development of all the elements was conducted in several stages, using various techniques and under a microservice approach.