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In this age of smartphones, user guides and instruction manuals have increasingly become a thing of the past. This is because user functionality and design have improved to the point where people can intuitively figure out how to work their devices without the assistance of a detailed manual.
However, this is not the case when it comes to point of sale systems in restaurants, which lack the intuitiveness and design simplicity to do away with extensive (and oftentimes ineffective or confusing) employee training for how to use the system.
We are interested in getting your feedback on our current point of sale system, and identifying ways to improve the design and functionality to make it easier for employees to master.
Please complete the following:
CRITERIA: Your solution should accommodate the functional requirements in the attached PDF. For examples of order screens, see the attachments.
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|$150.00||Hannah Ratcliffe Radford University|
|$150.00||Kevin Hauger University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign|
|$150.00||Lisa Buccafus University of Colorado|
|$150.00||Allison Raymond Syracuse University|
|$150.00||Issac Hicks Missouri University of Science and Technology|
|$50.00||Robert Filipp The University of Tampa|
|$50.00||Marlena Ruthe Iowa State University of Science and Technology|
|$50.00||Fedeico Giovine Florida Institute of Technology|
|$50.00||Lily Mazlan RMIT University|
|$50.00||steven12 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University|