1 developer, 1 manager
Android development tools, ASP.NET, Agile Platform
The Nutritional Epidemiology Group at the University of Leeds successfully secured a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) grant to investigate the use of mobile phone technology to help people lose weight. The Group contacted Blueberry as it required proven software expertise in mobile technology and database systems to help instigate the study plan.
Blueberry created the ‘My Meal Mate’ Android mobile phone application which provides users with:
Blueberry also created a reporting website using ASP.NET and the Agile Platform tool, where:
The My Meal Mate mobile application designed by Blueberry provides Leeds University and the Nutritional Epidemiology Group with a number of commercial advantages over existing phone applications. These include the benefit of customised features - such as the ability to upload data to a website for further analysis - as well as the long term advantage of the client retaining the IP of the program.
In addition to providing software expertise to the Nutritional Epidemiology Group, Blueberry also played a strong technical consultancy role within the Group - in particular with selecting the most appropriate phones for the project; generating custom reports and producing the specialised reporting website.
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