Street addresses haven’t evolved for over 500 years. Instead of having to share a 5 line address, people and businesses can create their own location name tag called a waytag. Waytag’s patent pending naming convention introduces a ! (called a Bang) to enable all solutions across all platforms to easily identify that a user is looking for a location. In much the same way as domain names simplified the way we navigate around the internet, waytag names are simplifying the way we navigate to each other.
Methys was approached by Waytag to develop there Blackberry 7 App. The app allows you to create waytags or search for waytags, contacts or keywords, display all favourite waytags, as selected by the user, update profile picture, name, telephone, mobile and country, allow the user to browse and view all added contacts and finally receive notifications.
Download the app on the Blackberry store.
The following key services were completed to deliver this project.
Methys utilises wireframing tools to develop a visual skeleton of the application to aid in the functional analysis process. These wireframes highlight common UI & UX elements, and describes user interaction and navigational flow within the project.
Design mock-ups of key application / website 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.
The application was built natively for Blackberry 7.
Quality assurance takes place by a dedicated tester using the test cases defined during the analysis process. These test cases will be used in the final testing and QA phases.
On completion of the project the app was deployed to the app store.