A browser extension, that customizes your grocery shopping screen so you can find exactly what you want.


UX/UI Design
Web Development
Berry a browser extension

The client

Berry Healthy
Industry - Healthcare
Location - USA
A browser extension


UI/UX redesign
Services for specific niches
MVP (Minimum Viable Product)
Consulting on database architecture
Migration of the project to the cloud environment
CI/CD - applied a set of measures that allow for faster and cheaper delivery of new features to production.
Web Development

Stack technology

Node.js - stack technology Malevich company
AWS - stack technology Malevich company
Bitbucket - stack technology Malevich company
JavaScript - stack technology Malevich company
React - stack technology Malevich company

The Challenge

The client is the Berry start-up, created by a team of Princeton University students. Its main idea is to make internet shopping healthy and affordable for people who choose products with a specific composition, based either on medical indications or personal preferences. The service is focused on the US market. The client itself had developed the first release of the website and some extension elements. Our team faced the task of finalizing the existing website and developing a browser extension that would work together with the site.
The SolutionThe Solution

We developed a website connected to a browser extension. User authorization and registration forms have been created with React and Material UI. Registration is made as a survey and allows users to immediately configure the browser extension according to their needs and medical indications. 

On the backend side, we made database architecture, and global user settings management, and added a collection of statistics. We used Amazon's modern cloud solutions for this task, because of the reliability and flexibility in terms of scaling it provides. The user can quickly set up their profile, indicating diseases and allergies, depending on which they can receive recommendations while choosing products, as well as see useful information straight on the marketplace (like contains allergens, useful substances, macroelements, preservatives, and other indicators).

Berry a browser extension

The Outcome


The client got an MVP version that works for Amazon, Walmart, and FreshDirect marketplaces, based on a third-party product database. Therefore, they will be able to quickly test his product effectiveness hypotheses.


Convenient interface to manage user data (creating new records, editing existing ones, etc.)