In this day and age, the world is fast and mobile. The delivery sector should be too. Time is a precious resource we can’t take back once it flies away. The co-founder and CEO of Ninja Delivery, Wesley Yue, knew that and had an idea of how to help people save it.
He came up with a Canadian-based E-commerce of goods delivery called Ninja Delivery. It caters to two major user segments — customers and couriers.
What’s special about it?
The whole idea is actually in the name. The startup embraces a fast delivery of foods, drinks, and household items.
Ninja redefines the meaning of convenience — the company has a pre-determined delivery zone in which it guarantees to complete the order in 10 minutes.
We started Ninja to save people their most scarce resource: time. This inspired us to build a service that feels like magic, and now we want to make it available to as many people as possible
Our role in the project
At Lazarev.agency, we partnered with Wesley to bring his product concept to life and design the mobile-first MVP of the app. We dived into competitor analysis, user and market research, and product audit to learn all the ins and outs of the project and offer design solutions.
Our team was entrusted with the complete range of design requirements, from validating the concept and developing the user experience to accompanying Ninja with its marketing efforts.
How’s the company doing now?
Ninja Delivery achieved what startups usually aim for — after launching the app the team raised $2.8M in seed funding and got acquired by a grocery-delivery company called Buggy.
What is it if not a major win for our partner in design Wesley Yue and his startup, right? We send Ninja Delivery congrats and best wishes for continued success.
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