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- Update with improvements live within four weeks
- A proprietary backend, stable middleware that links to various systems
- Very fast load times
Access your schedule, hours, pay and leave at any time. With the new Timing app, working is more fun and easier than ever. Flexworker and Timing continuously in contact.
Flex worker central
Not only does the new Timing app look sleeker, it is also completely dedicated to intuitive use. With the app, flex workers can see their schedule, hours, leave and pay at any time. For all doers and go-getters in the Netherlands.
Focus on value for the flex worker
We combined Timing's knowledge and experience with our extensive creative and digital skills. The goal? To completely redevelop the Timing app, focusing on delivering value for the flex worker. Three spearheads in our approach:
- A crisp product vision and strategy
- Goodlooking simplicity. Side issues gone, convenience first with unique design
- Stable and measurable, but adjust where necessary
While talking with flex workers, we all came to the conclusion: work is largely about making money, but it is also about more. Not being treated as a number, but as an individual. Recognition and appreciation. Certainty in work and income. Insight into data that matters within a familiar environment. Based on this specific user knowledge and the insights from the business and market, we developed a rock-solid product vision. A solid conceptual vision of the future as a basis for the development of the app.
Side issues gone and convenience first in unique design
We translated the strategic product vision into an extremely clear design. When you open the app, you are immediately aware of what is relevant: your schedule and leave. It uses large, clickable elements with clear text. This is supported by clear language. Short sentences, all in you form. Flows that explain to you step-by-step what to do.
Arrange within one click
Arranging things is just a click away thanks to bottom navigation. Central to this is do, a striking action button that redirects flex workers to the flows for, for example, entering hours and availability, requesting leave or contacting Timing.This flow has a dark theme and is thus in clear contrast to the rest of the app. Thus, we deliberately differentiate the flows where we ask for user input.