Get a Nightlife
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Get a Nightlife

on

  • 290 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
290
Views on SlideShare
274
Embed Views
16

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0

1 Embed 16

http://change-the-world.qut.edu.au 16

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Get a Nightlife Get a Nightlife Presentation Transcript

  • INB101 Service Mashup QUT Information Technology: INB101
  •           “Need a Night life? Let us help you Get a Nightlife”
  • What is Service Computing (SOC)?   The main aim of an SOC is to develop a number of interworking applications that create a flexible business process that can be used applied in different environments[4]   It includes technologies suits such as[5]:   Web services, Service OrientedArchitecture (SOA), Cloud Computing and more.   Utilizes the business process modeling for transformation and integration.   Service oriented computing (SOC) is a recently emerged new form of a computing paradigm[1]   It is defined as a technology that “utilizes services as fundamental element support rapid, low cost development of distributed applications in heterogeneous environments.”[2][3]
  • How has SOC affected us?   Global[6]   SOC influence network system became the preferred implementation technology   Service computing influence the whole global network system.   Is the cause of the stimulation of cloud computing around the globe.   The computing services has saved large sums of costs on upgrading, network device and get the same effect before, it influence the online game, video and audio quality.   Local   SOAs are aimed at allowing application developers to overcome complex distributed enterprise computing challenges, including designing and modeling complex distributed services, performing enterprise application integration, managing business processes.   Software as a Service (SaaS), a core element of cloud computing and SOC has a substantial impact.   Service mash ups are often targeted at a specific area (localisation), to better meet user needs.   Personal:   SOC enables the completion of tasks that might take hours to do otherwise, more rapid and gives a better online experience.   On this level social media is often integrated, hence the more personal aspect.
  • What is ‘Get a Nightlife’?   The‘Get a Nightlife’ is an application made up of four commonly used application, giving users the one stop place for nightlife support.   Aimed at operating onApple iPhone’s   The application is aimed at accommodating the 18-30 age demographic   The application will be aimed at having a low cost, approximately 1.98Australian Dollars.     To accommodate students who most likely would be reluctant to buy a high cost app   A low figure like 1.98 gives buyers the incentive to buy the app as the believe they are saving money   Designed for party goers who areALREADY out, providing its users with the ultimate support when on-the-go
  • Inside ‘Get a Nightlife’   Google Maps   The service provides accurate mapping data for all major locations in the Brisbane Region.   The main components to the service are: directions to & from places, service & utility finder; and street view.   Facebook   Facebook is a large social-networking platform that has grown very common over the past few years   Due to the highly integratable platform on which Facebook runs, users will be able to view photos, check in and more all without having to open Facebook itself.   Mosh tickets   Established in 2003 moshtix isAustralian based ticketing service which  has been providing an innovative efficient ticketing service to promoters and ticket   Proven itself to be very valuable aspect of the application providing all our users with the latest in upcoming nightlife events in Brisbane.   Yellow Cabs   ‘GetaNightlifeApp’ will allow users to book a cab on the go and tell it to arrive at its location is seconds.   Eliminating the hassle to find a cab or try and call to get a cab.
  • What do I get out of it?   Check-In at Clubs/Hot spots on Facebook   See and locate what clubs your friends are out   Get directions to clubs   Order a Cab from the local cab companies   Booking tickets for events on the go at popular clubs
  • Business Process Model – ‘Get a Nightlife’
  • BPM/Behind ‘Get a Nightlife’   Google[7]   ‘Get a Nightlife’ will utilize Google Maps SDK for IOS, allowing the integration of place search, place details and Google maps into the applications content.   Facebook   The application will be utilizing Facebook’s SDK[8] (e.g. Check-In, Friends list etc.)   The SDK allows for Facebook to be easily be integrated into‘Get a Nightlife’   Moshtickets   In 2012 Moshtickets announced the integration ofApple’s PassbookApp with there booking System[7   Indication that Moshtickets has a form ofAPI system[9] that allows the integration of there booking system into IOSApps.   Yellow Cabs   Similar service currently available on that iTunesApp Store (e.g. Brisbane CompanyYellow Cabs)   Therefore, it can be inferred that anAPI is used in order to allow such a wide integration
  • Mockup – Home Screen   Wide Spread Layout   Access all parts/features of theApp from the main home screen   Five interconnected sections   Events (Moshtickets)   Venues/Map (Moshtickets and Google Maps)   Check-In (Facebook)   Cabs (Yellow Cabs)   Gallery (Facebook)
  • Mockup - Venue/Event Details   Simple grid layout.   1 main column and second row 2 columns.   Header logo indicates venue name.   Map & Detailed information give the user information on its location and contact detail.   Map information obtained from Google Maps.   Detailed information obtained from Moshtickets.   Allows for users to click on map to obtain directions to venue.   ‘What’s On’ is an indication of upcoming/ present events at specified venue.
  • Mockup – Venue Screen   Shows a list of venues within the vicinity of your current location.   Shows 3 venues per screen to allow for easier viewing.   More details can be viewed by simply clicking the venue name   Easy scrolling side bar allows for quick navigation.   Data is obtained from Moshtickets.   Help button allows for users to easily access the knowledgebase.
  • Mockup – Setting Screen   Multiple sub-menus allowing for easy use and navigation through application settings   Easy to use on/off switches for Facebook and location services   Allowing users to enable or disable the application accessing there phones data.   Tell a friend feature allows users to inform there friends/family about the application   Home button in the top right hand corner allows for easy navigation back to the home screen
  • Mockup – Check-In Screen   Integrated with Facebook Check-In API   Home button allows for easy navigation between home screen and the check-in screen   Easy to see and click button,   Allows users to quickly check-in without the need to login to Facebook   Notifies friends of users whereabouts
  • Demand/Potential   Young people now are becoming evermore reliant on technology   High demand to do things more efficiently   We are filling a gap – sure a, club say, could have a Facebook page, where they promote events and share photos. But that is just one place out of many in an area   We see potential creating a convenient all-in-one solution Your Facebook friends: Chances are you seldom chat to the majority of them directly, let alone organize something with them… You may not even know them all that well (anymore) but that’s not to say you wouldn’t like to have a chat to them, if, you knew they were just around the corner…
  • Strengths & Weaknesses Strengths Weaknesses   Easy to use navigation   All-in-One – eliminates the need for users to access other applications (e.g. Facebook)   Limited setup required   Low pricing   User trust (broadcasting their location)   Needs to be keep up to date   A working prototype for something on this scale requires substantial funding   Finding the balance between having an app useful for a night out   Without taking away from the physical interaction we are trying to facilitate
  • Marketing Strategies   Advertising on and promoting via Social Media   Allowing limited beta trials the app  Increasing awareness   Promoting app development in local establishments (e.g. Posters)   Promoting application cost/features on the Internet and Social media   Captilising on the community safety message (e.g.‘Don’t Drink and Drive’)   Providing users with an easy to use cab features, gives them the incentive to‘Think twice before Driving’
  • Viability & Future direction   As the app gains popularity amongst its audience – related establishments will become interested in promoting themselves through it.   Keep cost of app to a minimum   Start small  expand later.   Limiting the development of the application to just the Brisbane region has limited costs.   After more funding/revenue, app development can expand nationally.   Implementing Menu/Ordering system for particular local bars/clubs in Brisbane.   Implementation of an auto-updating system on application.   Allowing the app to be compatible onAndroid Phones.
  • Conclusion   ‘Get a Night Life’ provides the all-in-one support system when on the go   Its integration of key services: Facebook, Google Maps, Moshtickets andYellow Cabs  Allows for users to do more in the one app   Easy to use navigation system   Its low cost of $1.98AUD increases the incentive for consumers to purchase the app.   Providing more avenues for advertising for local establishments   In the future allowing ordering via‘Get a Nightlife’   Your funding is crucial for ironing out weaknesses in our design and capitalising on strengths   “Need a Night life? Let us help you Get a Nightlife”
  • Work Cited 1.  Papazoglou, M. P. (2003). Service-oriented computing. Retrieved from CiteSeer: http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.76.3917 2.  Finch, C. (2006, January 2). The Benefits of the Software-as-a-Service Model. Retrieved from ComputerWorld: http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/107276/The_Benefits_of_the_Software_as_a_Service_Model 3.  Srinivasan, L., &Treadwell, J. (2005).An overview of service-oriented architecture, web services and grid computing. HP Software Global Business Unit, 2. 4.  Chen, Z. (2009, November 15). Call for Collaboration on Services Education 2009. Retrieved from Services Society: http://www.servicessociety.org/ 5.  Zhang, L.-J. (2009, July 6). CCOA:Cloud Computing Open Architecture. Retrieved from IEEE: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/login.jsp?tp=&arnumber=5175875&url=http%3A%2F%2Fieeexplore.ieee.org%2Fstamp %2Fstamp.jsp%3Ftp%3D%26arnumber%3D5175875 6.  Grant, H. (2011, October 21). Managing the Impact of SOA and Enterprise 2.0 on Financial Services IT. Retrieved from IT168: http://wenku.it168.com/d_000059392.shtml 7.  Google Inc. (2013, February 23). Google Maps SDK for iOS. Retrieved from Google Developers: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/ios/ 8.  Facebook. (2013,April). Build,Distribute and Promote. Retrieved from Facebook Developers: https://developers.facebook.com/ios/concepts/ios-build-distribute-promote/ 9.  Bender,A. (2012, October 22). Moshtix announces Passbook app ticket support. Retrieved from ComputerWorld: http://www.computerworld.com.au/article/439668/moshtix_announces_passbook_app_ticket_support/