Volunteer interviewers faced a lot of barriers while going through the outdated processes of interviewing a veteran. There have been times when volunteers were unable to complete the entire process. Jean Rhodes and Nancy McNamara hired Hubspire to create a product that removed these barriers with the help of web and mobile technologies.
The HubSpire team did extensive research in terms of sketching and creating wireframes and consulted with representatives of the Folklife Center of the Library of Congress intensively before arriving at a proper technical scope and structure of both the web and mobile applications.
The user interface we created is so simple that any American can volunteer to interview a veteran today and be a part of the prestigious national project. Every process of the interview is ably supported by easy-to-understand guidelines for application.
A war evokes sentiments. We have sensibly used the military green color in keeping with patriotic feelings. And we used Din Regular because it is a legible font going well with the underlying mood.
HubSpire's engineers used Nodejs, Reactjs, Mongodb, and Objective C to create a simple UI and functionality for the apps. The feather-touch experience is valid proof that we have the cutting edge abilities to deliver the best for our nation’s greatest oral history program.