A platform helping
Digital India Initiative

At a Glance

Aadhaarshila is a One-Stop-Outlet for instant and hassle free service delivery for Aadhar card enrolment & deliverance, recharges, bill payments, travel & stay bookings and domestic money remittance. It strives to encourage and empower the spirit of entrepreneurship by bridging the digital divide between rural and urban India.

  • Client

    Myaadhaarshila.com
    Aadhaarshila Enroll Systems Pvt. Ltd.

  • Industry Vertical

    Digital Delivery Technology Platform

  • Based At

    Noida, India

  • SERVICES

    UI/UX Design
    Front End development
    Back end development

What it serves

It strives to engage small entrepreneurs, corporate, institutions, and TECH-CSRs to use its portal for the delivery of varied services via a variety of devices such as desktop PCs, laptops, smart-phones and tablets.

It hosts a number of ‘Government to Consumer’ services like Aadhaar Enrolments & Web-based Aadhaar services, to enable the government in reaching and serving its citizens in a much better.

What we did

We designed the user interface and merged it well with the backend. We had to take care of the underlying theme of the project that is in this case, is reaching rural-IT-deprived regions, to be reflected well in the look and feel of the overall website design. The overall web design and development was carried out keeping in mind the project’s central idea.

My Aadhaarshila | Hashvash

The Challenge

The main challenge was to present the whole platform as a single stop for distinctly non-related type of services such as mobile recharge on one end while Aadhar enrolment on the other. It had to be presented in such a way that the services offered must not be shown having different priorities or importance. Also, robust back-end to front-end connectivity was also to be maintained as the web-service ought to handle heavy traffic and that needed to be running in real time without any glitches. The nature of services offered by Aadhaarshila required that the platform needed to be as simple as possible as the end-user could be 60 year old villager as well as a high school student. The variety was also apparent in various user platforms, thereby making us pour more resources in making it neutral to different platforms such as laptops, smart-phones, and tablets.