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Shooting Clubs network, where Club Managers can add shooting dates and invite club members to these shoots. Managers, users, and beaters/picker uppers may all interact and learn more about clubs and shots using the same app.

What did the client need:

This app allows users to browse future shooting events with photographs and suggested locations of interest surrounding the shoots, such as bars, hotels, restaurants, and so on. Each club has its own manager who may pay a subscription to administer the club via the app and add events for members to see. Members can be invited to shoots and receive an email with the invite, as well as other emails to keep them engaged. As previously stated, users within a club can interact with one another and create 1:1 and group conversations. The Main Admin job has complete control over everything that happens in the app, including an overview of users, clubs, shootings, subscriptions, and more. Having several user roles provides a unique experience for each app user and also conditions the email triggers. To facilitate access to the landing page and improve our client's SEO, we created a dynamic landing page that directs people to download the app and allows club managers to request that their club be added to the app.

What did we build:

Our customer required an MVP that could grow into something bigger. She need an app that could host Shooting Clubs as well as other types of users inside each club, such as beaters and picker uppers, weapons, and club managers. We sought to develop a feeling of community on this platform so that users from different clubs could engage with each other and observe different shooting events without jeopardizing the security and privacy of the clubs.

Testimonial

I was quite happy with the final result of the project. It exceeded my expectations as well as the standards of the industry. The LowCode Agency team was responsive throughout the partnership and professionally handled any issues that came up.

Georgina Bowman, Founder
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