In this post we explain how we collected and processed the feedback on the first release (version 0.1). We analyze the results from the questionnaire and discuss what should be changed in the next release.
It’s here! One day past the original deadline, but we finally have our first release of Social Fridge.
We’re still waiting for one of the CHI course assistants to publish our app on the Google Play Store. It’s up, you can go get the app on the Play Store. We’re supporting all the way back until Android 2.3 Gingerbread!
You are kindly requested to fill in a short questionnaire during or after using the app to help us evaluate and improve the user interface. (more…)
Here we are, it’s already 10 April. We said we would deliver our first release today, and we got very close. Unfortunately, we still have a few rather annoying bugs in the app which we don’t want the public to see just yet. Therefore, we’re postponing the first release to tomorrow, 11 April. (more…)
Time for another progress update! We’re a bit late, we wanted to do an update on Monday but the Software Architecture project got in the way a bit. (more…)
We’re about halfway through the first week of our first development cycle, so it’s time for an update on our progress. (more…)
Our first release is planned around the start of the Easter Holidays, which leaves us with two weeks to implement a working scenario. As the time window is short, we try to keep our scenario as small as possible. Therefore, we’ll focus on creating a party, sending and receiving party invites and arranging a time for the party.