We want to optimize the current app ticket flow by developing an Android and iOS ticket widget. Depending on the widget size and state users can instantly show their ticket to an inspector, check how long their ticket is valid and start a buying process for a new ticket. Depending on if the user has a ticket or not the widget deeplinks to different entry points in the app.
We heard about the Tickethon and decided to accept this challenge together. Who are we? We are three friends, Christina, Melanie and Simon, with different backgrounds but a shared passion for innovative technology. We want to introduce ourselves briefly to you:
I'm currently working part time in a TV and video production company, where I mainly designing digital media products and video animations. Furthermore I am in the sixth semester of the bachelor degree program media technology at the FH St.Pölten. Over the past three years I gained a lot of experience in user interface and media design in several internships and main emphasis courses. In the design process I am working with the tools of Adobe Creative Cloud. I also gained some basic Java programming skills and I'm highly motivated to expand them to Android development during this project.
Hello, I am a master student at the university of Vienna in the education science program. I'm also doing a second master part time program in early care counselling. In my bachelor degree education science I focused on media research and education and in my linguistics bachelor degree I put a strong focus on usability concepts and digital language communication. As a result I developed a hobby for user experience design. Based on my previous education I have a differentiated view on end user IT solutions with a strong focus on human centered design. In this Tickethon I want to further expand my knowledge in app user experience design.
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