The challenge was to develop "Brasi," an anti-harassment app with four main roles: Survivor (victim), Service Provider (lawyer), Licensee (company), and Admin. The app aimed to empower survivors by connecting them with service providers for legal support. Additionally, it included a Quora-like social platform and an e-commerce store to broaden its functionality.
InceptMVP developed "Brasi," a comprehensive mobile app addressing anti-harassment, legal services, social networking, and e-commerce through the following features
Survivor: Victims of harassment could seek support and legal aid from service providers.
Service Provider: Lawyers and legal experts could assist survivors with their cases, offering individual services or joining a Licensee's team.
Licensee: Companies offering legal services could create teams of service providers for collaborative support.
Admin: Admins had control over app management and user access.
Social Platform: "Brasi" included a Quora-like social platform for users to engage in discussions and seek advice.
E-commerce Store: The app featured an e-commerce store for users to access relevant products and services.
“They went above and beyond to help integrate the APIs with the backend despite this being out of the job scope.”