Monday, 1 November 2010

Evolution of a Web App

As much for the sake of posterity I wanted to show how the event page in Meetifyr has evolved since its launch in Feburary 2010.  
So here are some screenshots of our example calendar as viewed by successive versions of the app - enjoy!
(I'll be keeping this post updated so don't forget to check back)
Version  1 (15th February 2010)


Version  9 (27th February 2010)

Version  17 (17th May 2010)

Version  19 (25th May 2010)

Version  20 (3rd June 2010)

Version  27 (26th September 2010)

Version  29 (16th October 2010)


Version  37 (20th December 2010)

Version 39 (26th January 2011)


The homepage at Meetifyr.com hasn't changed quite as much but here are the main revisions its gone through.

Homepage version 1

Homepage version 19

Homepage version 29


Homepage version 37

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