Cineverse is a subscription-based streaming service that offers a diverse range of movies and TV shows, with a special emphasis on providing a seamless group watch experience. This case study showcases the user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design process behind creating an engaging and intuitive app that brings people together through the magic of cinema.

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Conceptual Project: Please note that the Cineverse project showcased in this case study is a conceptual endeavour. It was created to demonstrate the application of user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design principles in the context of a streaming service focused on group watch experiences.

Driven by Personal Experience: Crafting Cineverse

As a designer, I believe in addressing real-life pain points through intuitive solutions. The inspiration for my portfolio project, Cineverse, stemmed from my own personal journey of being in a long-distance relationship. Longing for a simple and user-friendly application to stream films seamlessly with my girlfriend.

I channeled my passion into crafting Cineverse—a platform designed to bridge the gap and bring people together through the magic of cinema. This project not only showcases my technical skills but also reflects my dedication to creating meaningful user experiences that connect individuals, drawing upon my firsthand understanding of the power of shared movie experiences.

With Cineverse, I aim to create a virtual space where distance is no longer a barrier, and loved ones can effortlessly enjoy cinematic adventures together.


When designing Cineverse, I began by creating wireframe sketches to establish a seamless user experience. These wireframes included essential sections like the Home page, Category page, On Call page, Settings page, and Notifications. Acting as a blueprint, it helped me mapped out key components and interactions, shaping the intuitive and visually appealing user interface.

Notification Features

One of the standout features of Cineverse is the innovative Notifications panel, conveniently accessible by clicking the bell icon on the navigation bar. When clicked, the notification tab pops up, providing a compact view that allows users to check their notifications without interrupting their viewing experience. Recognizing the need for uninterrupted watching, the design includes an expand button on the tab, allowing users to expand the Notifications panel when desired, while still keeping their show in view. This thoughtful approach ensures that users can stay connected without sacrificing their enjoyment of the content they are watching.


Using Figma, I transformed the wireframes into an interactive experience for Cineverse. I connected all the pages together, ensuring smooth navigation and seamless transitions. Leveraging Figma's interactive features, I incorporated smart animations that enhanced the user experience. This prototyping phase allowed me to validate the flow and functionality of Cineverse, ensuring a seamless and delightful experience at every step.