Get in Cync with Your Community: The Local Chamber at Your Fingertips
The Cync app serves to support the initiatives of the local Chamber of Commerce in their efforts to create an environment in which local businesses can prosper.
Cync synchronizes the goals of the chamber of commerce by creating accessibility right at the users' fingertips. Cync is a tool for chambers and residents to help stimulate growth in the local economy, increase community involvement, and raise awareness for the chamber and businesses alike.
The Cync App caters to three main audiences: residents, small businesses, and county residents or vendors. Cync includes a network-centric design with features that help foster community.
Cync: How It Works
The Go Local feature of Cync is designed to boost community involvement as it highlights local restaurants, venues, caterers, and more!
The Attractions feature is filled with all of the “Must See” hotspots the county has to offer, complete with fun filled locations suitable for the whole family!
The Events feature highlights all of the exciting and upcoming events in the area complete with a map feature to ensure users are able to find their way.
We deliver a customized calendar, map, and star rating feature to provide assistance. Cync also provides users with a contact form to get in contact with the Chamber.
UX Designer and Developer
Meet Kathryn Patterson
UX/UI Design and Dev
About Natasha Busie
Meet Belle Jones
Emerging Media Projects
User Experience Strategy
Emerging Media Capstone
How to Use the App: Quick and Simple Tech Simulation
Explore Your Area in 4 Easy Steps:
Choose your favorite place
and leave a 1-5 star review rating.
After researching your perfect spot,
find the location of your local event or hotspot
Set Up Events on Your Calendar
Pick an event or hotspot
mark it on your iOS calendar!
Leave a star rating to mark your favorites
Lastly, after you pick a destination
leave a star rating 1-5.
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