Mi Casa

Mi Casa is a new app for a community of homeowners who are looking to travel more for less by swapping apartments.



Web Design

Product Design







Do you recall that sense of curiosity when Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet decided to swap homes in ‘The Holiday’ movie? If only it were that simple!

Enter Mi Casa, a new app for a community of homeowners who are looking to travel more for less by swapping apartments.


How do you visualize the idea of a trustworthy and friendly space in which the security of the travelers plays a crucial role? Our solution was to play along with pastel colors, large fonts, and very simplistic, linear graphic elements to build the idea of total transparency.

Brands’s name is represented within the warmly colored logo, where a location pin forms an additional eyecatcher.

Right from our first intro call, I knew they were the team I wanted to partner with. Their passion for the space was reflected in their ideation they brought to the table.

Kwasi Twum-Acheampong
Founder of Mi Casa

Web Design

Webflow Development

Maintaining the energy of the brand visuals on the landing page meant keeping as much white space as possible. The website has the right flow and the storytelling elements add to the trust aspect.

The no-code development of this website on Webflow was a breeze. Equipped with well-prepared assets and great rapport with the client, we were able to troubleshoot anything on the spot. The data collected through the Tally-developed application form is sent to Airtable. Sliders and auto-changeable tabs for the section displaying price comparison look super sleek thanks to Rive which allowed the embedding of all interactive animations.

Product Design and No-code Development

Balancing design aspirations with practical implementation was a crucial aspect we had to determine. Bubble as our development platform and our rapidly advancing skillset enabled us to blur the line between the two, making us more capable of pushing the boundaries. We also enjoyed a great deal of autonomy in decision-making, fostering a sense of ownership over the product.

The functionalities of the app are vast, ranging from user-friendly fillable forms, search tools, and filters to encouraging clients to communicate through messages or arrange video calls. The most significant challenge we faced was handling the database's data structuring to ensure that users only saw relevant information while safeguarding their privacy.

Creating an interactive map and integrating various plugins to achieve the desired functionality also posed considerable difficulty. Additionally, distinguishing between hosts and guests required implementing different actions and visibility settings. All in all, the job was done. As for the cherry on top, we integrated Stripe payment for seamless transactions to enhance user experience.

And so, mi casa es su casa, and no-code is the best code. (Sorry, we had to! :D)

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