People For Bikes
NATIVE iOS DEVELOPMENT
PeopleforBikes.org, a national bicycling movement 700,000 members strong, wanted a digital version of their pledge collection process for a mobile experience. We scoped out their workflow, specifically in situations the app would be utilized, and also how to store and supply data. Our wireframing and user experience design helped direct the solution of the final product.
"Quick Left proved the perfect partner for developing our very first app. We worked with their talented team—many of whom are just as passionate about bicycling as we are—to develop an iPad app to replace our paper sign-up forms at the 50+ events we attend every summer. Now, we'll be able to better communicate with and engage the hundreds of thousands of bike riders who join our movement every year. As a bonus, their beautiful Boulder office is just a quick bike ride away from ours. It doesn't get better that that!"
Kate Powlison, People for Bikes Marketing Manager
Without designs or a digitized workflow in place, we worked with the client to understand the paper process and needs for their iPad application. After scoping, we determined the app design to make it easy to use with little training for their volunteers, address data needs with storage and access, how to export data, and how the app was to be used (without internet connection and in the field).
PeopleforBikes.org, cycling’s primary nonprofit association, had previously been collecting pledges at events with a manual paper process. They have since grown to 700,000 members and are continuing to grow so they came to us to digitize the process. Needing to get this app to market for the spring event season, we met with PeopleforBikes.org in February to scope out the project MVP.