Case Study: eProvals Purchase Order Approval App

AngularJS | Ionic Framework | HTML 5

Developed rapidly using Ionic Framework over the course of a single day as part of the 2015 Harris User Conference, eProvals was a proof of concept mobile prototype based on feedback provided by attendees of the conference. On day 1 of the conference, attendees were asked to fill out a survey and vote on the app idea they wanted the most from a list of potential ideas. On day 2 of the conference development on the app began and attendees could visit the development station (Innovation Station) to watch the development process on a large screen. 6 hours later the finished prototype was demoed to entire conference audience running on an Android device.

Built with HTML 5, eProvals scales across device screen sizes and can be published to Android and iOS as native apps:

Android app - eProvals activity
Android app - eProvals pending
Android app - eProvals pending details

Realtime developemt at the Innovation Station:

Developing an Android app - eProvals

Demo

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Case Study: meteR - Energy and Utility Meter Submission App

AngularJS | Ionic Framework | HTML 5

Developed as a way to test out the device enabling exentions of ngCordorva, meteR features the ability to enter utility meter readings via the smartphone camera. Users can take a picture of the meter through the app and submit it to the utility provider or municipality.

meteR was built with Ionic Framework and uses ngCordova plugin to access device features such as camera and notifcations:

Android app - meteR dashboard
Android app - meteR read history
Android app - meteR - new read

Demo

This app is available for demo:

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Case Study: Android News Reader App

International electronics and computer manufacturer Toshiba approached us with the desire to launch an Android based news reader app they wanted called NewsPlace which would feature multiple news genres, streaming video and inline advertisement.

Several designs were presented with the final incorporating client provided abstract imagery which appeared in many of their marketing materials and appeared on several Toshiba computers as wallpaper

Android OS NewPlace

Downloads

This app is available for download in the Google Play store:

NewsPlace