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A colleague has an idea for a mobile app, but needs someone to help him put it together. It's a serious (paid) job, for a major multinational. Is this the right place to ask?
I'm dabbling with it, but I'm not comfortable taking on gigs yet. So what's the idea?
it's a database of products, that you can access for a description, but cross-referenced to allow you to define a set of parameters that will then produce a range of suggested products that falls within those parameters. Sorry for the gobbledegook, but I'm slightly hamstrung by ndas...
it's a bit like urbanspoon, which allows you to find restaurants in your area, by cuisine, price etc. Except this isn't for restaurants it's for a product.
am i making any sense?
is it for this company's product line specifically or an app for more general use?
I'm mainly curious if we should expect a freelance market to show up for this kind of work. Seems like something one could charge top dollar for, if the demand is there.
I know 3 places who can do it that I can refer, I am working with one right and they are willing to do cheap cause they want to do more.
When I say cheap, I mean a company working as freelance rate but with PM, dev, design etc..
They did some work on spec and worked out pretty well.
it's for both their product line and selected competitors as well.
The design concept is pretty much there - my colleague needs someone to make the thing work
Buddy of mine created a small iphone app called "Tecajna Lista", it's a currency exchange rate app designed for Croatian people. He's still working on it to make some additional features and to make it of global use for everyone. Thing is it didn't took him long to make the app.
Him and I have created this project called Aircut and will continue to publish applications, I do the graphics and hard thinking and he does the code or something like that.
that's pretty cool philatz. do a global one and you can retire early.