The Zorzal team is finally wrapping up all the work we’ve done. Over the past week, Simi and Kai have been hard at work finishing up the prototypes. They have just finished the initial sketch of the customer interface and have discussed it briefly with Chuck. From our conversations, we found out what information he would like to integrate into the interface. By creating an initial prototype/design sketch, we hope that future teams will have a direction for progress when the next iteration of Zorzal starts (even without direct communication with Chuck).
Alice and Kristy have finally fixed all of the bugs they’ve been working on! Now, the web app is fully condensable and mobile-friendly. The “Create Box” glitch has been successfully addressed; the FCCI form under Warehouse no longer shifts to the side; and our checkpoint and action selectors are fully squishable thanks to newly implemented breakpoints! These new breakpoints change the selectors’ width depending on the given screen size, finally allowing for the mobile-friendly web app we have been working towards all quarter. Throughout this process, Alice also began translating some of the coded buttons and labels to Spanish! In order to complete the translation process, we will have to go into the Firebase and translate all of the actions, checkpoints, and forms.
Finally, the entire team got together and chose a new color theme for our web app. We ultimately settled on a chocolate-themed web app, which fits in with the cacao theme as well as Zorzal’s own website much better. Check out the pictures below to see a before-and-after comparison of our web-app!