Event Title

Business Internship Project Presentation Group 2: Solo iOS Development at Interpreter Tap

Presenter Information

Ian Fowler

Advisor(s)

Victor Abundis, Interpreter Tap

Jon Morse, Interpreter Tap

Victor Arellano, Interpreter Tap

Location

Room IN2

Start Date

26-4-2019 10:45 AM

End Date

26-4-2019 11:55 AM

Abstract

Interpreter Tap is a startup looking to create a service in which clients can connect to trained interpreters via video chat through the convenience of a mobile application. After the minimum viable product was developed for Android devices, Interpreter Tap was in need of an equivalent for iPhone users. Although they began development on the project in previous years, the front-end wasn’t optimal and the back-end was outdated. Slowly over the past year, the front-end of the app has been redeveloped to use the latest technology and interface guidelines. Apart from the code, work was done in the form of site-flow diagrams and wireframes to document the flow of the service to provide clarity to developers in the future. Additionally, the business is left with a comprehensive task-list for completing the development of the iOS app. For Interpreter Tap, this provides technical support to a less technically-minded founder, increasing the business’s capability to communicate with the future team of professional developers necessary to turn their great concept into a reality.

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Apr 26th, 10:45 AM Apr 26th, 11:55 AM

Business Internship Project Presentation Group 2: Solo iOS Development at Interpreter Tap

Room IN2

Interpreter Tap is a startup looking to create a service in which clients can connect to trained interpreters via video chat through the convenience of a mobile application. After the minimum viable product was developed for Android devices, Interpreter Tap was in need of an equivalent for iPhone users. Although they began development on the project in previous years, the front-end wasn’t optimal and the back-end was outdated. Slowly over the past year, the front-end of the app has been redeveloped to use the latest technology and interface guidelines. Apart from the code, work was done in the form of site-flow diagrams and wireframes to document the flow of the service to provide clarity to developers in the future. Additionally, the business is left with a comprehensive task-list for completing the development of the iOS app. For Interpreter Tap, this provides technical support to a less technically-minded founder, increasing the business’s capability to communicate with the future team of professional developers necessary to turn their great concept into a reality.