Demo: Grocery store food scan

User Rank David Anderson

3,202 posts

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2012 at 8:55 AM  

After two separate requests this week for assistance on grocery-related projects, I thought I'd post an older example from last summer's beta.

 

The idea is you drag items over a scanner to read their price. If you drop the item in the grocery bag, the price is added to the total. If you don't drop the item in the bag, the price isn't added to the total.

 

Finally, after all items are placed in the bag, a checkout button appears and you can load your car. Wish I had a car with both an open closed trunk. No, I'm not lazy to go take pics of my own car... It's just that I'd have to clean it out, first.

 

Oh, and one more thing: don't even think about stealing any of the groceries.

 

Demo: View

Source: Download

 


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User Rank Phil Mayor

9,884 posts

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2012 at 9:47 AM  

I was sure cheese was in there somewhere. Probably just American cheese, but cheese nonetheless 


Belen Casado

275 posts

Posted Friday, December 07, 2012 at 2:52 AM  

 

Nice interaction!

It remembers me to something I tried for a client. This is the non-confidential version, which is not so elaborate -but their wines are!

 

 

PS: prices are not right, this wine is more expensive (in euros).


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User Rank David Anderson

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Posted Friday, December 07, 2012 at 7:49 AM  

Belen - that's a really clever use of the pick many interaction: virtual shopping cart


Posted Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at 11:01 AM  

Nice work David and Belen.

David, once the groceries go in the bag, how about loading multiple bags into the car instead of having to place each item into the bag again? Just wondered who took them out again! Or don't you have much experience with grocery shopping?


User Rank David Anderson

3,202 posts

Posted Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at 2:11 PM  

 

Judith Blackbourn said:

David, once the groceries go in the bag, how about loading multiple bags into the car instead of having to place each item into the bag again? Just wondered who took them out again! Or don't you have much experience with grocery shopping?



It is a bit incohesive, isn't it. Good call, Judith

 


Belen Casado

275 posts

Posted Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 12:41 AM  

 

Judith Blackbourn said:

Nice work David and Belen.

David, once the groceries go in the bag, how about loading multiple bags into the car instead of having to place each item into the bag again? Just wondered who took them out again! Or don't you have much experience with grocery shopping?



Thanks, Judith, LOL! 

It's better to have the groceries sent home...