Mobile App – Groceries on the Go.

*Tablet Format use only. Mobile App coming soon*

Have you ever been at home with money for grocery but didn’t want to deal with going aisle to aisle grocery shopping? Guys I’m talking to you also! Well there is a new app that helps you with that problem. The new app is called Groceries on the Go. The app will be used something similar to Uber/Lyft, but with groceries. There are a lot of times where you need something from the grocery store, but have worked all day and don’t feel like getting out and buying a few groceries. How convenient would it be to log into the app, select the nearest delivery agent and submit your grocery list? You are able to choose the major stores in your location and its a guarantee you get the exact groceries you listed on the app. In order for this app to be successful we would market this at local grocery stores and explain how this service can benefit you. In the top image located in the black boxes will be the closest stores in your area and you will be able to choose out of those. There is also a search bar where you can search to find who has the cheapest item you are looking for. This app has the potential because it is user friendly and super easy and simple to use. In the video Mobile Development Strategy it was mentioned that you need a responsive Web Design that captures you audience and can adapt to them also. Wireframe is a very basic site but can be used as a template to design your app. In the video Planet of the Apps it mentioned these group of guys trying to finalize their new app called TextHog which calculates your daily expenses to help you save more and manage your money better. Throughout the video it showed them fixing and finalizing the app so they can get it approved by Apple so they could start making money.


Main Page with the options of picking your stores, making a search at the top or browsing the site.

By using the GOTO app users would browse items from the app and add them to their grocery list (with pictures to limit confusion).
The agent would then receive a notification on his/her phone, choose whether or not to accept the job, then pick up the groceries on the list and make the delivery.



3 responses

  1. I would definitely use this app to not go to the store! I think your interface would be easy and great to use.


    October 30, 2014 at 4:13 am

  2. Some markets around the world are beta testing this, even our own whole foods market on 6 and lamar is testing a product like this. I think it would really catch on, especially if you are able to link current and all coupons!!!


    October 30, 2014 at 6:00 am

  3. Your layout look so good! The videos put an emphasis on an easy to use layout, and you made sure your app had it. I think I’m going to “borrow” your design now….


    October 30, 2014 at 8:21 pm

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