The client had a request to create a web portal that provides online valuation and authentication from experts in art, design, antiques, ceramics, coins, etc.
It was determined that the platform would be built on a robust backend running CMS, user interface, and marketplace.
It was necessary to build a media file exchange system with a personal account, and the possibility of correspondence between the specialist and the owner of valuable items.
The team used Ruby on Rails as the core technology for the backend with a pinch of Vanilla.js, Heroku services to deploy, and AWS for data storage.
Team and deadlines
The team consisted of one backend developer, one frontend developer, and a designer.
The development of the entire project took two years, and it is still being supported.
As a result, the customer received a stable platform that passes through 60k+ users every month.