Client: Robert Calderon CEO and Founder of Newcal Media and Chartbot. Newcal Media: Marketing Agency that specializes in social media advertising. Chartbot: Stock screener that allows users to find their next trade through market updates and stock analysis.
Problems to solve
•Simple yet nonintuitive.
•Lacks visual information. Search bar:
•Can't search by keywords.
•Slow response time. No advanced filtering. Charts:
•Static noninteractive charts. No key indicators.
•No data points breakdown. No real time changes.
Modern Newsfeed Layout:
•Scroll-down menu with button collapse. Search bar:
•Include trending stocks.
•Include name matching for stocks. Charts:
•Live data reception.
•Stock history storage (up to 5yrs) •Interactive charts Solutions overview
•Improved user experience.
•Enhanced tools to allow for more in-depth technical analysis. •Improved access to numerical trends. •Deliver extensible and test-driven code. •Accessibility for users new to stocks. •Dynamic visualization of numerical trends.
•Improved graph/API integration. •Recommendation System Algorithm.
Subject to Change
•Currently on Sprint 11 •Update and finalize website •Finalize documentation •Showcase Part 1: Due May 7th •Showcase Part 2: May 14th 9am-12pm Milestones
•Had first team meeting as "Scrum Doggs." •Met with Rob & agreed to have him as our client. •Succesfully completed Sprints 01-05 before winter break. •Received code from Rob and began development. •Presented our changes to our client. •Succesdully completed Sprints 06-11.
Models, Software & Languages Learned
•Team Communication and Collaboration. Team work makes the dream work. •Extensive Documentation and Collaboration. More documentation/communicating than anticipated. •Importance of Context Diagrams. Serve as great visual displays of future UI ideas. •Importance of Scrum. Light-weight structure cuts out a lot of documentation time making it more flexible for us to create quick ideas to implement. •Fintech and Investing. Learning the application demonstrates knowledge of financial sector.