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GoodAccess Boosts Performance and Security with Android and iOS App Redesign

GoodAccess' Android and iOS apps redesign sets up new standards for UX and security when accessing business IT resources from anywhere.

Lukas Dolnlicek


GoodAccess has finished the project of redesigning its Android and iOS apps, setting new standards for user experience and security when accessing business IT resources from anywhere.

GoodAccess is a SaaS vendor that helps customers tackle remote access by reinventing traditional VPN technology as a means of provisioning Zero Trust Network Access. With more than 1,300 business customers worldwide, GoodAccess gives businesses the security benefits of zero trust without the complexities so users can securely access digital resources anytime, anywhere.

The complete overhaul of the GoodAccess mobile apps resulted in boosted performance and introduced new security measures, such as PIN code authentication and biometrics, as well as a visually appealing interface. Improved stability gives GoodAccess users an uninterrupted user experience with a sleek, modern design. Key achievements of the redesign include:

  • Increased Stability: The redesigned apps are more stable, ensuring a smoother user experience with fewer disruptions.
  • Improved Security: GoodAccess takes a security-first approach, and the new apps are no exception. Users can now protect access to their app with a PIN code and biometric authentication as an extra layer of security to their accounts.
  • Fresh Look: The apps receive a fresh coat of digital paint, featuring a user-friendly and aesthetically pleasing interface. Navigating through the apps is now more intuitive and enjoyable.

This project under the registration number 0380001128, officially named “Redesign of the GoodAccess mobile apps” (Redesign aplikací pro společnost GoodAccess), focused on the “Creation of the UI/UX design of the mobile apps for Android and iOS”, was funded by the European Union - Next generation EU.

The final report can be found here.