After a summer of learning and developing my UI skills, I wanted to rework a project from the end of the last school year. Grapevine was a project I was proud of, and one that’s still in the development stages, but there were a lot of elements that I wanted to fix personally and after getting feedback from pitch night.
This isn’t a new features list; this is my thought process laid out and justifying the changes I made to 2.0.
View Version 1.0 Here.
There are so many food delivery services on the market, but with so many options, it’s hard to comb through all of them to find the cheapest delivery options or find the one that will satisfy your appetite the fastest.
The food delivery market is estimated to be $210 billion. When surveyed, 80% of particpants ages 17- 27 use food delivery services, meaning that they have multiple applications on their phone. With so many choices of delivery options, including UberEats, Postmates, and GrubHub, it is time-consuming to find the cheapest and fastest delivery option.
Grapevine is a food delivery service aggregator that compares top services and presents the cheapest and fastest option. It also aims to provide a social feature where users can “bill split” between nearby friends to split delivery or food costs. Grapevine aims to make the entire food ordering process streamlined, providing a platform from search to checkout.