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Redesigning PPC Bee, Vol.2

PPC Bee needed a new design and it needed it bad. What was originally supposed to be only a few new functions turned into a giant project of redesigning the whole thing. We figured out a new smart breadcrumb navigation to make the app clearer, designed a new structure and hierarchy, and created a new menu. If you missed the first half of our story of how we redesigned PPC Bee, definitely give it a read. In this article, we’ll talk about how the new app design took shape and how it all turned out.

By L'ubomír RuskaOct 30, 2020 | 7 mins read

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Redesigning PPC Bee, Vol.1

Another product meeting, Wednesday afternoon, June 2019. I and Pavel, my UX co-pilot, were staring at each other, waiting to see who’d be the first to say that once again, we plan to load an A-bomb on a biplane. The plan to add Facebook campaigns, an image editor, and other functions made us excited. What worried us, though, was the app’s interface—it was already hard to navigate and users were finding it more and more difficult to look up the functions they needed.

By L'ubomír RuskaOct 30, 2020 | 11 mins read

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How we built a prototype for Facebook’s dynamic remarketing with our clients

These days are extremely important to us. PPC Bee has been slowly, but surely expanding to another platform, nearing our chief goal of becoming a universal tool for managing all online advertising. The first version is currently being tested which makes us very happy because it means that we’ll soon be able to open Facebook’s dynamic remarketing to all. But what was it exactly that needed to be done before we could reach this stage?

By Michaela ZákopčaníkováJun 4, 2020 | 6 mins read