Overview
$50 - $99/hr
10 - 49
We create wow-websites, smart apps, and brands to fall in love with. What makes us different is our transparency. Even before we engage, you may get a gist for our pricing and approach by using the Configurator app on our website. Our commercial offer presentation already comes with a vision, structure and the perks we think will make your product deliver and impress. We do not hide designers and developers behind project managers. Once the p

We create wow-websites, smart apps, and brands to fall in love with. What makes us different is our transparency.

Even before we engage, you may get a gist for our pricing and approach by using the Configurator app on our website.

Our commercial offer presentation already comes with a vision, structure and the perks we think will make your product deliver and impress.

We do not hide designers and developers behind project managers. Once the project is started, our clients know everyone on their team. We will keep close touch, inform on the progress, ask for feedback and even argue sometimes.

We make sure that the product we create is both made to the highest possible standards and does what the client envisioned in the first place.

We do not hold back, we go all out.

And people seem to like us for it; at least those from Awwwards, CSS, MUSE creative awards, VEGA digital awards, NYX Marcom awards, various Dev Challenges, Hackathons, and many other cool venues.

We are Zgraya.

Run with us!

Key Clients

Team Solomid Esports Facility

Arkade Blaster

Proxet — Smart People

Burfa Capital

 

 

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Estonia
Zgraya Digital
Sakala tn 7-2, Tallinn, Harju 10141
+380672159252
Focus Area
Service Focus
  • Digital Marketing
  • Web Designing (UI/UX)
  • Web Development
  • App Designing (UI/UX)
  • Mobile App Development
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Client Focus
  • Small Business(< $10M)
  • Large Business(> $1B)
  • Medium Business($10M - $1B)
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Industries Focus
  • Automotive
  • Banking
  • Enterprise
  • Financial & Payments
  • Information Technology
  • Startups
  • Travel & Lifestyle
  • Business Services
  • Consumer Products
  • Designing
  • Education
  • Gaming
  • Healthcare & Medical
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Customer Reviews
5.0 (7 Reviews)

Web portal from scratch

Alexandr Gromov
posted on 11/8/20
The main idea was to create a brand new web portal for our business which could help us to provide to our partners all the necessary information about us. Another goal was to use all modern web design technologies.

Zgraya Digital team is truly professional. From the very beginning, we have a road map for the project, scheduled meetings. The vendor participated in all the discussions and react fast on all the sudden changes which made the cooperation very flexible.

The main pros of the vendor team is an innovative point of view. As a result, the web portal took a few web design awards.

What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?

All the process was transparent. We always have contact with the vendor. Innovative point of problem-solving.

What was it about the company that you didn't like which they should do better?

Probably a price list :)

Project Details
Mobile App Development
$10001 to $50000
posted on 11/8/20
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Great design and dev team to trust your product or web project to

Anton Altement
posted on 20/8/20
Over the course of the past year, we cooperated with Zgraya team on a number of different projects that included visual illustration and web design.

The studio showed themselves as an extremely reliable partner that is always ready to go the extra mile. What I liked about our cooperation is transparency and dry analysis at the start - they were incredibly thorough trying to understand who we are, who our clients are, what the ultimate goal of the project was, and everything in between. Once they figured us out though, their dry analytical approach was substituted by their fluid creativity, which allowed the final product to be not only effective but also - great looking.

We also enjoyed their tailored project management style. We had a PM assigned to us, who was available pretty much 24/7 and made sure that the project logistics is flawless while making sure that all of our production needs are met.

Finally, the pricing in combination with productivity comes as a bonus. Basically, we got ourselves a top-shelf European design studio for a fraction of a price.

Great team, a great experience, and great results.

What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?

Incredibly responsive and client-centric

Project Details
App Designing (UI/UX)
$10001 to $50000
posted on 20/8/20
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Amazing web design and dev team, enforced with top of the line creatives

Denys Bihus
posted on 18/8/20
The Zgraya team was faced with a rather unorthodox task of creating a new brand umbrella that would cover several different media and social activism projects, while in parallel - delivering a web infrastructure that would unite 4 biggest projects.

The guys went out of their way to find the one visual identity that gave a breath of fresh air to the multitude of projects we run, and, at the same time, reflected the essence of each one of them separately.
The next step was to create a brand new infrastructure for our web-presence that included 4 different platforms that ranged from a media portal (bihus.info) to a platform that would help anti-corruption activists to seek legal help (https://svoi.bihus.info/).

They are professional, responsive, and flexible. We have been working together for over a year, and over the course of the collaboration, I saw nothing but professionalism, creativity, solid dev skills, and desire to go out of their way to make the projects work.
Project Details
Web Designing (UI/UX)
$10001 to $50000
posted on 18/8/20
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Web Design and Development for Proxet - Software Development Company

Vad Sapozhnykov
posted on 19/8/20
Zgraya Digital is a wonderful company who helps us with rebranding and Proxet website creation. We've worked with Zgraya Digital for less then a years and they have been an excellent addition to our team. They helped us redesign and launch company's website for our software development industry and have shown much growth in their continued desire to learn our complex industry and target audiences. We've seen a very large impressions gain from their efforts. Not only have turned our business outlook around but also for been professional, patient, and simply pleasant to work with each step of the way.
Project Details
Web Designing (UI/UX)
posted on 19/8/20
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Great design, great team

Stephanie Yeo
posted on 11/9/20
We had the opportunity to work with Zgraya (previously known as Bachoo) on our website revamp earlier this year. Although the project was extended and the scope changed midway, Zgraya was very professional and helped us navigate through the new scope, making our experience as seamless as possible. We thoroughly enjoyed working with the team. They are very knowledgeable in their field, did up a beautiful design and built a user-friendly back-end. Thank you Zgraya for all your hard work!

What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?

An eye for design, and experts in their field.

What was it about the company that you didn't like which they should do better?

N/A

Project Details
Web Designing (UI/UX)
$10001 to $50000
posted on 11/9/20
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Website with Ecommerce Design and Development - Encredibox.com

J
posted on 16/9/20
My experience with Zgraya Digital was excellent. They did a great job with bringing my vision for my project to life. Their communication and project management skills were great. They stayed on scope and on timeline throughout the entire engagement. They also went above and beyond in several areas and took extra time to make sure I was comfortable with operating the site. I truly could not ask for a better experience.

What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?

The work quality is second to none. Also, they have great customer service and project management skills.

What was it about the company that you didn't like which they should do better?

N/A

Project Details
Web Designing (UI/UX)
$10001 to $50000
posted on 16/9/20
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Zgraya Digital - An incredible professional agency experience

Gokul Prabhakaran
posted on 24/8/20
The Zgraya team helped us wireframe our concept and take it all the way to a successful launch. They were attentive, detail-oriented and perfectionists.
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App Designing (UI/UX)
posted on 24/8/20
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Executive Interview
Valentyn Ilchuk
Valentyn Ilchuk
CEO & Founder, Zgraya Digital
Please introduce your company and give a brief about your role within the organization.
We are Zgraya Digital — a full-service digital agency that operates in what we love to call the Holy Trinity of Digital, namely design, development, and marketing. We love getting our hands dirty with our client’s pains and tasks. We create award-winning websites with world-class performance. We build mobile applications and web platforms with foolproof UX, beautiful UI, and pristine clean code behind it all. We do quite a bit of branding — swinging from basic visual identities to full-blown brand strategies.

But above it all, we love solving complex issues our clients are dealing with. This is where our Marketing department takes charge and assembles a team of designers, developers, brand masters, and business analysts to paint the big picture and apply all of our skills and resources to deliver the most effective bundle of digital solutions.

I am the founder and CEO of this incredibly talented team of 35 digital professionals that are Zgraya (by the way, in Ukrainian it means a pack of wolves, a pride of lions, or a flock of birds).
What is the story behind starting this company?
This is a fun one. Zgraya is a classical divorce-child turned-out right. Back in the day, I used to be a partner in a design studio. But at some point, my ex-partner and I stopped seeing eye to eye on where to go next, and we split. She kept the brand and all the digital assets that came with it, and I kept the team.

So, basically, we faced the challenge of re-inventing ourselves in a short period of time. Essentially, we had to do to ourselves what we usually do for our clients. Except we had literally no time to do it as we needed to start generating revenues to keep afloat.

This was probably the most intense and the most fun thing I have ever done business-wise. The team really came through and showed that we are a pack. In only 3 weeks we came up with a new vision, new name, new brand identity, and managed to release a landing page to start directing our clients to. Our CMO took what our designers and developers put together and managed to build a pipeline that pretty much immediately got us proper attention, so that within a month after the kick-off we had the first contract to our new name.

Truth be told, I still think that this was somewhat of a properly calculated and exceptionally executed miracle, which made me believe that our team is capable of absolutely anything.
What is your company’s business model — in-house team or third party vendors/ outsourcing?
We believe in keeping things in-house. Don’t get me wrong though — we do get people involved when a project requires expertise we do not have. But those gigs are collaborations rather than blatant outsourcing. For example, when we worked on a new website for our long-term friends from Burfa (an Estonian fintech conglomerate), we knew that to breed trust we need to highlight the real people behind the business. So we took one of Kyiv’s best photographers, the project’s art director, and flew to Tallinn for a two-day long photoshoot.

There are more examples like this but in the vast majority of cases, the only hands that touch our clients’ projects are those of pure-bred Zgrayans :)
How does your company differentiate itself from the competition?
Well, I bet everyone answers this question in pretty much the same manner — “we see the big picture, we solve the problem, we care for our clients and we always deliver.” Don’t get me wrong, we do all of the above plus a bit extra. And I guess this extra bit is what makes us stand out:

We respond to our client’s requests in no longer than 24 hours (unless there’s a weekend in the middle, of course — people have to have a break). Our offers are not only more detailed and tailored to the issue at hand, but they are also beautifully crafted, showcasing our designers’ touch.

We are transparent to the point of getting our clients fully engaged in our inner works. We are vocal and opinionated when we see that what the client requests is not the best solution. At the same time, we always keep in mind that first and foremost the project is our client’s baby.

We are global and cross-industrial, so we are both culturally sensitive and adventurous in sourcing inspiration from places people don’t usually care to look at. Our developers think design, our designers think marketing, and our marketing packages it all to create an unstoppable customer-centric machine.

So, in a nutshell, it is the energy to take that extra step and to venture out of the expected along with crazy internal synergy that makes our clients come back to us for more.
What industries do you generally cater to? Are your customers repetitive? If yes, what ratio of clients has been repetitive to you?
We take pride in our sensible opportunism. We work with one of the oldest US marketing companies, had a gig with one of Europe’s coolest performance car manufacturers, worked with one of the world’s best cyber-sport teams. At the same time, if the project is fun, we are eagerly jumping into a gig with a garage startup. So, no limits here. Instead of locking ourselves in one industry, we learned how to extract our clients’ expertise and put it through the prism of our experience and creativity in order to deliver. Regardless of the geography and the industry in question.

Our clients love it, and if they have new projects to tackle — 3 out of 4 come back for more.
Please share some of the services that you offer for which clients approach you the most?
We are seeing a serious shift in paradigm. Previously, people would mostly come with specific tasks — “I need a mobile app” or “I need a logo” or “I need a website”. Now, more and more, our clients approach us with more complex issues like launching completely new products, venturing to new markets or target audiences, re-vamping old brands (verbal, visual — the whole 9 yards), or detecting and getting rid of the bottlenecks in their digital strategies. The more mature we become, the more we see clients come to us for solutions rather than for products. And we love it as we get a chance to juggle with the multiplicity of our digital skills to get things done.
What is your customer satisfaction rate according to you? What steps do you take to cater to your customer’s needs and requirements?
We try to leave no stone unturned here. The dissatisfied client is a force majeure and a personal tragedy for the team on the project. If things go South, we channel all the resources needed to get the issue fixed. In these rare cases, if needed our C-level rolls up their sleeves and dives in to put out the flames taking care of communication and brainstorming with the team on the task about what went wrong and what needs to be done to fix it.

We also have a process that allows us to avoid negativity. We believe that honesty is the best policy and that the more transparent our actions are, the less chance for a client to be disappointed. We always warn our clients that once we sign, there is going to be a lot of us in their lives. We show interim deliverables and collect clients’ feedback at every major milestone to make sure that we are building and what they expect us to build are one and the same.
What kind of support system do you offer to your clients for catering to their queries and issues?
This one is easy — full transparency, personal care, and full accessibility. Each project has a Project Manager that takes care of the logistics, paperwork, communication, and, essentially, making sure that the client knows where we are in the project at every given moment. Each project also starts with a kick-off, where we introduce our clients to the project’s team. Each member of the team is fully reachable, and should the client have a specific inquiry — we are always open to chat.
What kind of payment structure do you follow to bill your clients? Is it Pay per Feature, Fixed Cost, Pay per Milestone (could be in phases, months, versions etc.)
It very much depends on the nature of the project. Shorter web design and development gigs are always a fixed price. Our estimates and timelines in these cases are rock-solid unless we deal with a change of request or a lag in the client’s feedback. These projects are usually milestone-based unless they go over $50k. In these cases, we may offer a sprint-based billing, so that the payment structure reflects the amount of work we do.

Branding is a box-solution with a pre-set pricing for different components and for a full-blown brand strategy.

Product design and development are normally done on T&M basis to be able to properly engage in the product cycle and to provide our clients with proper flexibility. Here we believe in a lean approach, quick MVPs, thorough analysis, and fast iterations. So we bill our clients monthly on a two-sprint basis with full disclosure on what we are going to accomplish and detailed reporting on what we have already done.
Do you take in projects which meet your basic budget requirement? If yes, what is the minimum requirement? If no, on what minimum budget you have worked for?
We usually do not engage in projects that take less than 100 hours, as they take as many administrative resources as the larger gigs while delivering significantly less revenue. However, this is also not set in stone. We had a major international organization approach us for an idea of a digital Xmas card. Given the size and the values of the organization, we were totally up for the task, despite the fact that it took us a mere 60 hours to accomplish.
What is the price range (min and max) of the projects that you catered to in 2020?
The smallest one was just over $6k, and the largest one is still underway and already brought us over $130k.
Where do you see your company in the next 10 years?
I see us bigger. I see us as more experienced. I see our current seniors leading new branches and opening new offices. I see us having these offices in the world’s most beautiful places so that the team has an opportunity to move around and get inspired while inspiring others.

But at the same time, I see us stay true to our origins, to our ideals, and, most importantly — to each other. Because we are Zgraya.
Clients & Portfolios
Portfolios
Encredibox
Proxet
TSM
Singular
Arkade Games
Bihus Info
Burfa
Team Members
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Diana Ilchuk