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This iOS app is created for Dr. Richard Chandler of the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources. He is an associate professor at the University of Georgia and seeks to find the southernmost bird species in a given region. While contributing vital data, Migrate collections are helping researchers study the effects of climate change and discover the southernmost species within regions, to help track shifting migration ranges.
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Meet the students that created Migrate!
Here are the deliverables that helped us develop our final product!
This document defines what our team roles are, our responsibilities and how we work together.
This plan serves as a proposal for how we execute tasks, defines our potential roadblocks and our goals through the duration of the project. .
This research addresses our client, sources that have inspired our thinking and competitors with pre-existing apps.
This research is a summation of our findings so far on what features users may or may not use and incorporates future plans we want to implement.
This map is a storyboard of the vision of how we would like our app to look like and function.
This is a zip file with the rough draft of our complete final project. This includes every screen and interaction.
This version is an extension of our 1.0 version. Major improvments are included as well as small additions.
These deliverables are a combination of all the elements we need to launch our product.
This one page document serves as an informational handout for guest and spectators looking at our product.