Rheinwerk Video Trainings
The Training App For Mobile Devices

Rheinwerk Video Trainings

Rheinwerk (formerly Galileo Press) is Germany’s leading publisher in computing, design and photography. Their portfolio includes books, e-books and video trainings.

Thus far, these trainings were only available in the form of a CD or as a desktop application. The idea to turn them into a mobile app was obvious. We have been involved since the first conceptual design draft and helped the publisher with many questions: Which streaming service is the right one? How to design the user interface? Should customers be able to purchase videos in-app? How about a subscription model? How should we design the interface? What are the legal boundaries and requirements? How can we make the app secure?

Client
Rheinwerk Verlag

Development
iOS || Mobile || Tablets

Download
App Store

Sustainable. Customer-oriented.

The video training app of Rheinwerk has been developed entirely with Apple’s programming language Swift (an alternative to Objective-C). Since we were early adopters, we were able to gather a lot of insightful experience with this sustainable language.

The development process has been split into several phases. This allowed us to launch the first version of the app early on and gather customer feedback. We took this into consideration during the next phases of development.

Features

  • user experience à la Netflix
  • Access to training videos and more than 300 free videos
  • Offline mode to save data consumption
  • Display of learning progress for every training
  • Search function in all video trainings and videos
  • Streaming of videos via AirPlay on the TV

Study Anywhere.

Video trainings via iPhone or iPad app enable flexible studying – for example during a trainride or on your pc at home, while using the iPad as a handy second screen.

The joint agile development process focused on a user friendly, intuitive and appealing implementation.

Study Anywhere.

Video trainings via iPhone or iPad app enable flexible studying – for example during a trainride or on your pc at home, while using the iPad as a handy second screen.

The joint agile development process focused on a user friendly, intuitive and appealing implementation.

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