Mobile app development for NPE, the first parking service offering jobs in a fully automated and transparent technological way.
No Parking Enforcement is a cross-platform mobile app for online parking space reserve employees. It is designed to help citizens and organizations of big cities like NYC have a guaranteed parking space while also providing fair job opportunities for the community.
We worked on NPE throughout its entire lifecycle. The user interface was designed to be clear and coherent for the employees to save their time and work well for the people not involved in technology as much. At the same time NPE provides a detailed and prolific authorization and tracking tools.
NPE uses the embedded Google Maps to provide the mapping service up to a tee. Finding an available job is intuitive due to the fast and smooth map loading and detailed location layouts.
With the time span being the objective, we used the calibrated timer and a precise tracking mechanism to make sure everything is registered and recorded.
The client’s electronic signature is the “closing of the deal”. We use the authentic e-signature tool to attach the client’s mark to the PDF report.
NPE keeps track of all the activity, generates reports, displays stats, and comprehensively arranges the documents.
The Server part is a Ruby on Rails application that administers the process, creates jobs, keeps track of all the activity and provides reports for the accounting organization to manage payroll.
NPE was designed for performance. We unified the simple and visually informative interface that provides quick and easy access to jobs with the detailed, scrupulous profile data, and billing system. One of the main things about NPE was making it intuitive and usable by as wide range of people as humanly possible.
2-day logo design. Our fastest designed logo so far.
4-member team. Innate development approach.
20k cities. Nationwide coverage opportunities.
Shakuro delivered a compatible workmanship of a greater caliber than I have experienced with this current project. Knowing that the team on the other end is becoming personally invested in my project ensures me that I am not only getting what I think is best, but what the experts that are developing my system think is best.