Allowing professionals in co-working spaces to connect over a meal or a coffee
What it does
Allows users to purchase coffee and or lunch bundles at a reduced price, and allow them to offer coffee and / or lunch to other co-workers and use the opportunity to connect and network.
The collected data on the app helps understand informal interaction across co-workers in a co-working space.
How I built it
Front end with react, back end with node.js, both in Typescript. Data Analysis with Python for the business case.
Challenges I ran into
Finding relevant data for the business case, connection to the cobot API for invoicing.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
A working product, collaboration across the entire team, and providing value to both the users of the space and the co-working space.
What I learned
Team work, research, deeper understanding of React and Node.js, insights in the restorations industry and in well-being and productivity in the working space.
What's next for CoffeeHub
Winning the hackathon, going from a rough prototype to a Minimum Viable Product, and potentially investigating releasing it to a set of testers.