Preliminary track

For Tablebooker, we provided an extensive preliminary process so that we could perfectly align our expectations with the client for this project as well.


In consultation with the customer, we initially obtained an exhaustive list of all the new and old functionalities we wished to integrate into the application. Based on this brainstorming session, in a second phase we were able to determine the desired MVP with which we could get to work. This resulted in a technical and functional analysis with which we built the backlog and a UX & design trajectory.

Ux & Design

During the UX & design process, we tried to visualize our ideas from the analysis phase in wireframes and later also in fully elaborated designs.

  • Wireframes: We started by working out all screens in high fidelity and clickable wireframes. This way, our client already gets a first feeling of how the application will work and we could also determine if our ideas were intuitive for the end users. 
  • Designs: Once this initial process was in place, we moved on to creating fully visual designs. In this phase we focused on getting the right look and feel and tried to capture the image our client had in their mind as much as possible before starting development.


A project that capitalizes on our strengths

During the process, we were able to build on our team's extensive experience with this type of project. Thus, we sought to support Tablebooker with several of our strengths.

  • Api integration

    We integrated the already existing Tablemanager API into the project. This allowed us to build further on the business logic of the current backend system, thus also ensuring consistency for all users.

  • Close Collaboration

    For this project we worked together with in-house developers from Tablebooker, where they took care of the necessary backend modifications.

    Throughout the entire development process we involved them in our daily standups in order to be able to coordinate with each other on a regular basis.

  • Cross-platform development

    With an eye to the future, here we chose a cross-platform architecture in React native. Thanks to this choice, parts of the application can be plugged into the existing web application in the future. In this way, we already take into account possible future developments and avoid having to recreate existing components.

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An intuitive reservation system

An intuitive and reliable system for managing and tracking reservations is one of the most important tools for any restaurant owner. These components have always been developed in close collaboration with our client Tablebooker to ensure that we can perfectly meet the needs of this market.

Managers can use the app to see exactly how many guests they need to receive each day and plan their services accordingly. In addition, they can also update the status of each reservation in real time, so that all restaurant employees are always up to date.

Real-time updates promote rapid communication

Anyone who has already worked in the hospitality industry will tell you that being able to respond quickly to unexpected changes in scheduling is crucial. For example, a reservation may be cancelled, a large group of people may suddenly walk in unannounced, or there may be special requests and needs for certain customers.

Thanks to a PubNub integration, we guarantee that these updates are immediately relayed to all employees. Thus, new reservations or status changes are immediately passed on to the reservation overview and all users receive the necessary notifications in the application. This way, we guarantee that everyone is always working with the latest information and eliminate miscommunication during a busy shift.

An attractive presence in the app stores

Of course, a mobile app should not only work well functionally, it should also look good when people find it in the Apple or Android app stores. Therefore, we also created beautiful marketing images in line with both Apple and Google policies, while also trying to highlight the different functionalities of the application.


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