KrewHop is probably one of the coolest and well executed social apps out there. Essentially, it’s a friend finder that matches groups of friends with other groups of friends within the same area. It’s an awesome way to be digitally introduced to other people around the same age and if all goes well you can schedule a meet up at a local bar or restaurant. Members get perks in the form of rather jaw dropping drink specials at local hot spots which at times includes front of the line admission to bars on even the busiest of nights.
The ambitious (and very particular) founders, Dan and Bobby, are at the top of their game despite being just 25 years old. They work grueling full time jobs for two of the largest companies in the nation and somehow manage to put in over 60 hours a week on this project. To say they have high standards and a discriminating eye is a gross, wait no, disgusting understatement. As you know, we too have high standards so the exceedingly particular nature of both teams has culminated into another iDiamond Award nominated (winning in place of nominated if it wins) project.
KrewHop yet is another great example of painstaking dynamic design coming out ahead of the design communities current obsession with flat user interfaces. The brand, ui, website and app itself are all easy to use, vibrantly branded and according to our user testing a whopping 88% more memorable than their main competitor, an app called Grouper.
The instantly recognizable premium quality to everything under the KrewHop flag will undoubtedly attract and retain users across a very large user demographic. This project was exceedingly complex and not devoid of snags and development woes but the end product is simply outstanding even to those with the highest of standards.