Koger Center for the Arts¶
The employees at the Koger Center wanted an app to be made so that patrons will be able to put in their ticket information before coming to the Koger Center so they know how to get to their seats. With this app, a user can put in their section and row (both of these are required) and seat number (optional) to get a detailed description of how to get to their seats.
Also, with this app, there is an admin login that takes registered admins to a dashboard where they can add events, edit/delete events, and send push notifications to users. Finally, there is additional functionality we added in to make the app useful for multiple uses. The upcoming events from the Koger Center website are scraped and addded to this app; parking information is included with links to navigation; events can be shared on social media; the rotating art gallery and art audio tour are included; and the users can contact the Koger Center through phone, email, or access the Koger Center website on the app.
built with Ionic Framework, Angular, Firebase.
The Koger Center App will allow the user to find their seat from their ticket as well as encompass other features to help users and customers anticipate possible traffic issues, show valet parking, show links to the performance and clips of the show, and suggestions for other shows that the user/customer might enjoy. The targeted platforms are iOS and Android. Therefore, we will be using the Ionic Framework with an Angular codebase. In addition, we will be using Firebase Realtime Database.
Joshua Acree, Warren Beagle, Devon Harant, James Cochran, Justin Brown.
Nathan Terracio, Director, Koger Center for the Arts