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One of my first projects, when I started working for OrderYOYO, was to redesign their website template for online food ordering. Together with my team, I embarked on a 6-month long journey to understand customer needs and create an ordering website that the restaurants would want to use, customers would want to order from and we would be proud of.

OrderYOYO was founded to help takeaway restaurants transition into the digital space. And compete with high-end portals such as Wolt and Just-Eat. OrderYOYO provides restaurants with their own branded website, mobile application, and administration system. With their own ordering system, the restaurants are in control of their own business, they can regain the returning customers and say goodbye to the 15% — 30% service fees for each order. …


Lately I’ve been seeing a lot of mixed articles fueling a never ending battle of to-do list evangelists and advocates against them. Should you use them should you not, why they suck and why they don’t. And I decided to join this battle!

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I was initially writing an article about a task planning and to-do list creating platform. Where I would explain all the glorious ways said platform has helped me take control over my day and put me at ease every time I go to work. …


One of the best ways people learn, is from their mistakes. Today I will be going through one of the early projects I worked on at OrderYOYO — their business to business (B2B) websites. I will go through our process, what we did and also the mistakes I’ve made, what I learned and create new proposals of how I would do things differently. To comply with my confidentiality agreement, I have omitted and obfuscated confidential information in this case study. All information is my own and does not necessarily reflect the views of OrderYOYO.

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The challenge was to redesign an existing B2B website, to increase inbound leads and engage with potential partners, in order to increase sales of product from the website. …


Today I’ll be looking back at one of the features I worked on while designing the website template for food ordering from restaurants and takeaways. To comply with my confidentiality agreement, I have omitted and obfuscated confidential information in this case study. All information is my own and does not necessarily reflect the views of OrderYOYO.

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Basket isn’t always a list of items and their price. Today I will be reflecting on a basket design that incorporates a bit more features and user interaction. While working on the website template I had to keep in mind that some of the functionality couldn’t be changed due to time constraints or because of the way system was design. …

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Davis Cipans

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