In Sweden, CO2 emissions are a huge concern for both citizens and the government. Freelway designed a solution to help large corporates save carbon emissions by making it easy for employees to share resources and transport packages on behalf of other people.
The app needed to be easy to use, and make it possible for users to communicate with each other in order to get packages delivered efficiently, while reducing CO2 emissions. Reporting functionality was key to the entire project, as it enables Freelway’s clients to track their CO2 savings in order to qualify for a tax rebate from the government.
For more information: http://www.freelway.com
When Freelway needed a mobile solution, they approached us via our partners, BAS ITG, to design and develop a mobile application that would extend beyond their existing website.
Wire framing tools were utilised to develop a visual skeleton of the application to aid in the functional analysis process. These wire frames highlight common UI & UX elements, and describes user interaction and navigational flow within the project.
Design mock-ups of key application components are created. The final designs are presented as static images, providing a representation of the final look and feel of the project to the client before development commences.
We created an app for Android and iOS that enables users to post details about a parcel that they need delivered. Users driving similar routes are able to see the package details and notify the user that they’re willing to transport it on their behalf. In phase 2, we introduced "routes" which allowed users to add a route they intend to travel, making it easier for users with parcels to find a suitable match. Once the development phase was completed, the app was sent to the QA process.
Quality Assurance takes place by a dedicated tester using the test cases defined during the analysis process. These test cases were used in the final testing and QA phases.
On completion of the project the app was released to the App Store and Google Store.