Diggity Dogs

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App Presentation


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Team Members:

Leah H.(10), Jacob C.(10), Vince B.(10)

App Overview


Scoring: 60 points broken down as follows (10 points - originality, 10 points - usefulness, 20 points - a proven need or benefit for the users of this app, 20 points graphic design)

Insert the advertising copy that will be included with your app in the app store. This should be at least 5 paragraphs and must include every single functionality that you have.



  • What is my user getting by downloading this app?The user will get a menu for Diggity Dogs when they download this app.


  • Does your app have undocumented or hidden features? No.



  • Who is the target audience for this app? Anyone.


  • What is the need this app is meeting for that audience? A menu for Diggity Dogs customers.



App Information (10 points)


  • What is the name of your app? Diggity Dogs

  • Are there other apps in the store with this name? No.

  • What is your byline for the app?

App Functionality (15 points)


Judges will use the online simulator to test for phase 1, but include your app evaluation code here. Every app must have a code.
  • Does your app work as advertised?yes

  • Is my app just a bundle of various app links or is it really providing some functionality as an app to the user who downloads?It provides some functionality for app users.


  • Is your app just a marketing tool or does it do anything else? Marketing tool.

  • Is every part of this app working? Yes.

App Evaluation Code:
035-646-297

App Store Submission Questions (15 points)


(if these do not have answers that Apple wants, you may be disqualified on that basis.)
1. Is your app a song or movie or book? No

2. Do you mention anything besides Apple products or another store in your app like Google play or Windows phone? No

3. Do you use the same font and font size throughout the document? Do you use title case? Yes.


Testing

Alpha testers of this product
Remember that every team member must alpha test the app
Name of Alpha Tester
Date of Alpha testing (Make sure the form is turned into the folder)
Jake
3-13-15
Vince
1-22-15
Leah
2-20-15


Beta Testers
Each app should have 2 Beta testers (at a minimum) who have tested their app. This is a person not on your team.
Name of Beta Tester
Date of Beta Testing (Make sure the form is turned into the folder)
Karsyn
3-13-15
Damon
3-13-15
4. Does your icon look like apps bundled with the iphone?
(include another copy of your logo below)
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5. Do you have any app screens that look like the apple home screen. If so, include a screenshot and explain how it is being used and why it is in the app. No

Team Responsibilities

Please include any responsibilities of team members. Add additional ones, but these must be included as a minimum. Every team member must have responsibilities.
Leah- Project manager.
Jake- Testing and editing.
Vince- Testing and paperwork.
Members of this team are:
Jake
Leah
Vince

Individual Responsibilities

Responsibility
Team Member
Description of Work Accomplished
Project Manager
Leah
Making sure everything goes correct.
Assistant Project Manager
Jake
Doing what she says.
Logo Design
Leah
Created the logo.
Home Screen Design
Jake
Designed home screen.
Wire frame
Jake
Put the stuff on the wall.
Advertising Copy
Vince
Made the copy.
App Questions
Vince
Answered all the questions.
Lead Presentation Designer
Leah
Makes sure everything goes correct.
Presentation Script
Leah
Wrote the script.
Wiki Page Editor
Jake
Did the page.
Testing Spreadsheet Creator
Vince
Created the spread sheet.
HTML page creator
Leah
Created the page.