Solace is a mobile application for transgender individuals which enables its users to plot out their transition, access credible information for how to accomplish their legal, medical, and lifestyle goals, and track their progress.
First-time users are prompted to build a personalized list of specific actions and goals that they want to accomplish as part of their transition. Next, Solace provides credible information on how to complete these steps.
Solace is a not-for-profit project of the Smith-Barbieri Progressive Fund, a 501(c)3 in Spokane, WA. As such, we’re committed to keeping Solace free to use and free of ads and in-app purchases.
Robbi Katherine Anthony is a longtime Crowdbotics partner – we've worked with her to build multiple apps for her clients in the past. For Solace, she came to Crowdbotics with completed UI and design specifications, but needed a trusted partner to execute her idea for a secure, scalable, free mobile app.
Robbi set the vision and strategy for Solace, while Crowdbotics handled the development timeline and technical implementation. Crowdbotics delivered Solace on a tight deadline ("We should not have gotten the project done on the timeline that we did," says Robbi), and the entire project ultimately cost her a fraction of the amount she had been quoted by traditional development firms.