Our brief from Motion Array was to completely redesign their brand identity and web application.
We first started working with the team from Georgia in 2014. Since then, the platform has grown from around 5,000 to 50,000 users. When we started the project there was only a few hundred downloadable products on the site and, as the company grew, we wanted to ensure that the platform was scalable and could handle thousands more.
A site that could manage thousands of products
We built the new platform on the Laravel framework, integrating a custom back-end to easily manage thousands of products and users.
We also built a complex subscription model that allows users to sign up and purchase from a set number of plans. Each plan comes with a certain number of credits, which effectively limits the number of downloads that a customer can make each month.
All payments made through the platform are processed by Stripe and have been seamlessly integrated into the Laravel back-end.
Easy-to-manage uploads and royalty payments
Since launch, we've built upon Motion Array to include functionality such as a third party producer upload system, with an admin approval system for managing uploads.
Alongside this, we built in statistics for both Motion Array and the producers, along with a simple payout process that calculates royalties and will pay all producers within minutes.