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Developing an Etsy-inspired online marketplace for local users

Depst is an online marketplace where you can find things like furniture, clothing, and decorative items from independent craftsmen and designers. It was launched in 2011, and it has become a niche site for those who are looking, not for mass-produced products, but for unique items.

The founders of the marketplace startup approached us with design layouts for their platform and the idea of creating a local version of the Etsy online marketplace. The development team had to meticulously transfer the ideas embodied in the interfaces to the technology platform, as well as develop a frontend and backend designed for future scaling.

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