Revolutionizing Memory Storage for a Digital Age

We needed a platform to systematically organize and view memories by timeline and location. Our client, an innovative entrepreneur, envisioned such a solution.

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Our client had a dream: to create a digital platform for sorting memories by folder, viewable on a timeline and by location. With an investment of over $2 million, he developed a proof of concept for this platform. However, despite the considerable investment, the product faced significant challenges in scaling and was not ready for a market launch. The client's goal was to refine this proof of concept for the consumer market while customizing the product for the business sector.

Problem Statement

The existing platform was not scalable and lacked the necessary features and design to compete in the consumer and business markets. The primary challenge was to completely rebuild and scale the platform, implement new features, redesign the user interface, and create a mobile version.

Goals and Objectives

The primary objective was to transform the existing proof of concept into a scalable, feature-rich platform that was both user-friendly and accessible across multiple devices. The platform would not only cater to individual consumers but also be customizable for business use.


The TIN development team decided to completely rebuild the platform using a microservices architecture, which would allow the system to scale effectively. Concurrently, new features would be developed, and the user interface would be redesigned to accommodate these features and ensure user-friendliness. The team also planned to develop a mobile version of the platform, a unique offering in the market.


The development team started with the complete overhaul of the codebase, replacing the previous architecture with a scalable microservices infrastructure. This change provided the necessary foundation for the platform's expansion. Simultaneously, new features were implemented, including chat, location map, friend request, and moment sharing. These features added a social dimension to the platform, making it more engaging for users. The design team undertook a complete redesign of the original interface, ensuring it was intuitive and user-friendly, and could seamlessly incorporate the new features. A mobile version of the platform was also developed, giving users the convenience of accessing their memories anytime, anywhere, from any device.


The efforts of the TIN development and design teams resulted in a scalable, feature-rich platform that was both user-friendly and accessible via mobile and desktop browsers. The platform was successfully launched, with positive initial feedback from users about its unique features and ease of use.

Conclusion and Recommendations

This project is a testament to how an innovative idea, when combined with the right technology and design, can create a unique product that meets market needs. The scalability of the platform, coupled with its new features and multi-device access, positions it well for expansion into the consumer and business markets.

Moving forward, TIN recommends ongoing user feedback and iterative improvements to ensure the platform continues to meet and exceed user expectations. Furthermore, marketing efforts should highlight the platform's unique features and multi-device accessibility, as these are its key differentiators in the market.

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