What’s the buzz: the abbreviated WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHY & HOW of hyve.
WHO: A wide range of users, from a DIY homeowner to building professionals — with opportunity to use for event planning, home inventory, and more.
“I was a little intimidated about managing our kitchen remodel - between choosing materials and finishes, to coordinating the designer and contractor - hyve was a super helpful tool. We used it for communication and organization …”
WHAT: An easy, intuitive and unique organizational mobile app to plan and manage the products in home renovation & building projects.
“You made it so simple!”
WHERE: Whether planning a single room remodel or complete home renovation, adding a room or building a new house, the hyve app mobility enhances productivity with immediate access to information on-the-go.
“Best part was staying in touch with clients through the app, from wherever and whenever. Didn’t worry about missing a call or text, it was all right there …”
WHY: hyve is the only app to merge team collaboration (organization and communication) with design details (inspiration and product lists) in a streamlined and convenient user experience.
“We tried hyve for the organization, but really loved the inspiration board and the product category lists, which ended up inspiring us to use products we didn’t even think about (hello, built in coffee maker!).”
HOW: It’s as easy as 1-2-3! One: Add the room(s) in your project. Two: Choose from a list of product categories (paint, plumbing, lighting, furniture, etc). Three: The app comes alive with multiple possible uses (shopping list, order & delivery tracking, install specs, image uploads) to share between homeowner/designer/contractor — and ensure timely, accurate communication (for timely, accurate project completion!). More here.
“Anyone who has tackled a home renovation project knows the importance of organization and quick communication. In the past, keeping your team up to date on timelines, budgets and designs could be just as (or more) painstaking than hands on demolition and construction.”