Manage Your Money


App Presentation



Team Members:

Akshay P. 10th grade, Mitt P. 9th grade, Erin N. 9th grade, Connor S. 10th grade, Brock A. 10th grade, Cameron G. 9th grade, Ches S. 9th grade, Jason P. 10th grade, Trey W. 9th (The last 8 joined after app elimination.)

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)
Manage Your Money
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Are you a college student that is scared of being brought into the financial world? Maybe, you don’t know what you will end up spending your money on. Common questions that you might have are:
  • What are taxes?
  • What is a budget?
  • What kind of bills am I going to get?
This is where Manage Your Money comes in. This app provides information on
  • Taxes
  • Bills
  • Expenses
  • Budget
  • Also provides reviews for other financial apps!
The taxes section includes various types of common taxes. It includes information on certain taxes. This information includes
  • Cost
  • Where the tax money is going
  • Who/ what imposes the tax
The Common Bills section provides information on common bills that college students/ new graduates face. This section explains the range of costs for the bills and ways to manage the bills.
The expenses section covers the regular expenses a person faces. This includes expenses such as
  • Grocery
  • Furnishing
  • Gas
Inside the app, a user can contact the creator of the app with the built in contact method. The user can email the creator of the app and expect a reply within seven to fourteen days.
The app also provides a functional built in calculator to allow the user an ease of access.
Manage Your Money is to help the user learn about the financial world by explaining common taxes, bills, and expenses. Manage Your Money encourages no person to spend money in any way; the app is to provide information and entertainment to the user.
There is also a click and share feature on the app. If pictures are taken from inside the app, then the app's logo will be placed onto the picture.

  • What is my user getting by downloading this app?
Users are getting an app that provides information on topics such as taxes, bills, and expenses.
The app is to provide information to the user on what their money is going to be spent on. They are also able to use a calculator built into the app.

  • Does your app have undocumented or hidden features? If so, it may be disqualified. Every single feature must be included in the app overview.
No, every feature has been listed in the advertising copy.


  • Who is the target audience for this app?
The target audience for the app is college students and new graduates from college.

  • What is the need this app is meeting for that audience?
The app provides information and entertainment on spending money carefully. The app provides tips on several objects that a user would spend money.
Users can also experience easy access to calculating numbers from within the app's built in calculator.


App Information (10 points)


  • What is the name of your app?
Manage Your Money
  • Are there other apps in the store with this name?
No, the app name is unique.
  • What is your byline for the app?
Don't let your money manage you, manage your money!

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?
App code ------ 151-416-167
  • 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?
The app provides functionality as it provides information and various links. The app also provides functionality with a calculator that has been embedded by HTML.

  • Is your app just a marketing tool or does it do anything else?
My app provides information to the user, and provides some links to various websites. The built in calculator provides functionality also.
  • Is every part of this app working? If you you have parts that are not working, please explain why not and the steps you will take for the app to be completed within 2 weeks of receiving the green light.
Every part of Manage Your Money is functional.
App Evaluation Code:
App code ------ 151-416-167

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, it is not a song, movie, or book. The app has information, links, and a built in HTML calculator.
2. Do you mention anything besides Apple products or another store in your app like Google play or Windows phone?
No, there is nothing else mentioned in my app.
3. Do you use the same font and font size throughout the document? Do you use title case?
Yes, the same size and font are used throughout the whole app.

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)
Akshay
3/18/2015
Akshay
3/04/2015
Mitt
4/29/2015


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)
Jensen
3/18/2015
Micah
3/18/2015
4. Does your icon look like apps bundled with the iphone?
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Yes, I believe it looks similar.

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.

Members of this team are:
Akshay P. 10th grade, Mitt P. 9th grade, Erin N. 9th grade, Connor S. 10th grade, Brock A. 10th grade, Cameron G. 9th grade, Ches S. 9th grade, Jason P. 10th grade, Trey W. 9th (The last 8 joined after app elimination.)

Individual Responsibilities

Responsibility
Team Member
Description of Work Accomplished
Project Manager
Akshay
Direct roles
Assistant Project Manager
Akshay
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Logo Design
Akshay
Made logo
Home Screen Design
Akshay
Designed home screen
Wireframe
Akshay
Posted on wall
Advertising Copy
Akshay
Description of app
App Questions
Akshay
Describes app
Lead Presentation Designer
Akshay
directs design decisions
Presentation Script
Akshay
Makes presentation and script
Wiki Page Editor
Akshay
Manages wiki page
Testing Spreadsheet Creator
Akshay
Makes test page
HTML page creator
Akshay
Makes HTML page in app
Lead Website Maker
Erin
designs website
Lead Movie Maker
Jason
script, editor
Wiki Page Creator
Jason
Finalized the wiki page the for the Shark Tank
Beta Tested the app
Jason
Beta tested the app
App Reviewer
Jason
Reviewed a Money Manager app for the App



Directing others with work in app
Brock
assign tasks to people for categories to complete in the app.
Creating pages, alpha testing the app, and helping to make the website.
Mitt
I made 3 pages in the app. I have also in-depth Alpha tested the app many times. I also proofread the app and website. I uploaded pictures to the website, uploaded the calculator to the website, and proofread the website for typos and errors.
Creating pages and reviewing suggested apps.
Cameron
I made 2 pages about 2 apps that I had to review for the suggested apps page.