The business procedure is that our partner restaurants are able to set their benefit schedule in the website of Foovoor. The member of Foovoor can see all discount information such as coupon, discount or gift from the website or the app. The member need to visit the restaurant in the benefit time and request a code from their Foovoor app. The partner restaurant will input the code into our system to verify the code. Once the code is verified, the member can enjoy the benefit and our partner restaurant can identify the member — whether the customer is visiting for the first time or is a regular customer might provide extra reward.
The front-end UI library I used is Twitter Bootstrap 3.0. The layout was inspired by the design of the website of Zhihu, especially for the gradient style of bars and buttons. The Animate is used to add animation.
I developed a jQuery plug-in called Slideshow.js to display the photos of the restaurants as the following figure shows.
The database used is PostgreSQL and the app is deployed in Webfaction. The framework used is Django 1.6.
I have applied a SSL certificate for the website to support HTTPS. The payment system used is Stripe.
The design of the app is heavily influenced by Munchery. I tried to make the design as simple as possible to highlight the information. The font used in both website and the app is Maven Pro.
The website can be visited from this link.
The Foovoor app can be downloaded from App Store.