Tomplay is a Swiss startup which reinvented the sheet music and made it an interactive and immersive playing experience.
Tomplay seeks to make every musician (whether it's a professional concert pianist or a young kid dreaming to be a popstar) life simpler by making scores understandable.
With that in mind we tackled our first mission: refreshing the app's UI, making it more inviting to use. As we succeeded and gained the founders' trust, they pose us with a new challenge: to improve UX and in-app engagement across multiple platforms.
Automatically scrolls and synchronises
Slow down or speed up the tempo
Record and listen to yourself
Choose and repeat a specific part
Write down your annotations
Print your personalised score
Post-its! It is a well known fact that no great UX can be made without using lots of post-its. We threw ourselves into the process of understanding how musicians learn to play and practice music, at the point where we started using the app ourselves. We can even say we became amateur musicians. Can we?
It has been great to work with Moka. Great communication, they are easy to reach and always quickly understood what we needed.Alexis Steinmann
Repeat after us: It-er-a-tion. Yes, our designers are geeks and love all the possibilities that this simple, yet powerful word provides, specially when it is complemented with observation, concept exploration and learning. Endless rounds of iterations is what the process is made of.
Today, we joined forces with Tomplay's team and work on a daily basis to improve the user experience across multiple devices and touchpoints, perform research and tests, iterate on the current website and multi-device app, and do consultancy in terms of product roadmap and user growth. Our goal is to make this app the go-to choice by amateurs and professional musicians from all over the world.
- Musicians can access more than 50.000 interactive scores, a huge catalog that continues to grow every day.
- Some of our team members now use the app to practice their instruments regularly. We're not sure if they are forming a band but we'll keep you posted.
- When we met Alexis in person, we found out he was taller than our director's 1,97m.