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Creating a phone app for a non-profit baseball organization. A design has been created using a drag and drop application that can be provided, which can be used as the starting point. Code will need to be provided and a non-disclosure form will need to be signed before any work can begin. The app should display all age groups available and team specific information, such as roster, schedule, field locations from that point forward.
Upon receiving the contract, the software engineer hired will be expected to produce the application in roughly 60 days. The project price will be negotiable depending on the talent of the developer and the efficiency of their work.
1. Successfully developed Android and iPhone applications
2. Possesses a very high attention detail and continually offers suggestions for improvements.
3. Passionate about mobile development in general
How to apply
Please respond with a cover letter that includes the following:
1. Your Android/iPhone development experience, including examples of past work
2. Your familiarity with aggregating content and different methods for exposing it
In addition, please submit examples of Android and iPhone apps that you feel do a good job showcasing your talents in reaching a young user base through the mobile experience.
Please visit this url http://bit.ly/tYd7cW and scan the QR code on your phone. The QR code will provide you an app that we have designed to help in the development phase of the app and try to eliminate as much of the design as possible.
The Seminole baseball organization is a youth organization in New Jersey and it currently has 4 age groups. We would like to create an app that will provide information to our parents. On the main view you will see buttons for each of our age groups, as well as a button for a calendar and fundraiser.
When a users selects an age group, another view will display. In this display, users have the option to view roster, practice, stats, schedule and coaches.
Each age group will have the same buttons to select as the 9u team information view, but I have not created that as of yet.
We have a website, www.southjerseyseminoles.com. However, I am not sure if I want to display the team content information on our app without leaving the app or have each button on the team pages access a website. I will need your opinion on the best approach. I am not married to using our website mentioned above, but I think if we display content from a website, it will need to be a mobile site.
This should get you rolling on providing me an estimate of how long it will take you.
If you have any questions, please let me know.