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Muscovites proposed ideas for three areas of application development: improving functionality, improving the rating of participants, and new types of rewards.
In the capital ended crowdsourcing projectDedicated to the “Test Moscow” mobile application. More than 13 thousand people took part in it.
From November 3 to November 11, Muscovites proposed ideas for three areas of application development: improving functionality, revising the rating of participants, and new types of rewards. The survey participants made over 800 suggestions. According to the results of the expert selection and voting of residents, 24 ideas were recognized as the best, which will be implemented.
“During the Crowdsourcing Moscow project, residents of the capital proposed more than 800 ideas for improving the mobile application of the same name for Moscow students and youth. According to the results of the expert selection and voting of residents, 24 ideas were recognized as the best – they will be implemented. Most of the proposals from the residents of the capital were received in the direction of “Types of incentives”. The leader according to the results of voting in it was the idea of the possibility of exchanging points for trips in public transport. In the “Application functionality” direction, the best proposal was to introduce electronic registration for all events (lectures, trainings, master classes) with the function of canceling it through the application. And in the “User rating” direction, the idea of the ability to view the rating, for example, seven days or a month in advance, won, to see who is currently active, ”said Alexander Pischelko, head of the New Management Technologies State Institution.
“Test Moscow”– an application for students and youth in Moscow, which contains information about the upcoming city events. Service users can take part in online quizzes, go through exciting virtual quests and complete tasks. For this they receive points that can be exchanged for real prizes.
The Test Moscow application was created last year. Its main goal is to help young people to make the most of their time in the city.
“Working with young people in our time cannot consist only in project activities or organizing events. She went online long before the pandemic. Therefore, it is important for us to improve such Internet sites. And it is even more important to hear what the users of these sites themselves want “, – stressed
Ekaterina Dragunova, chairman Committee for public relations and youth policy of the city of Moscow.
As noted in Department of Information Technology, who oversees the development of the application, the initiatives of the participants of the crowdsourcing project will allow developing services and functionality taking into account user requests. During the collection of opinions, the project participants discussed what thematic events are interesting for organizing high-quality leisure for young people, whom they would like to see as potential partners of the application, the experience of using online service catalogs, and much more. In total, 890 comments were left in thematic discussions. The topic “New partners of the project“ Accurate Moscow ”” attracted the greatest attention of the project participants – more than 400 responses were left on it.
The best suggestions for developing the functionality of a mobile application:
– to enable students to send proposals with design sketches for the symbolism of the project;
– enter the “Favorites” tab with the ability to save events and activities of interest to it.
The best suggestions for improving the user rating system:
– make a rating focused on the time of passing the tests;
– when choosing a university by the user, make a unique corporate design of its profile or add a logo intended for students of this educational institution.
The best proposals of the townspeople in the direction “Types of incentives”, selected for implementation:
– a new assortment with symbols: sweatshirts with images of various districts and Moscow metro stations, T-shirts, stickers;
– the possibility of partial or full payment by application points for purchases in bookstores.
All initiatives that are planned to be implemented until 2025 inclusive can be found on the project page…
A crowdsourcing project for the development of the “Test Moscow” application has startedMuscovites will propose ideas for the development of the mobile application “Test Moscow”
Platform blood.d.mos.ruappeared in 2014. During this time, with the help of the resource, 28 crowdsourcing projects were carried out, which were joined by over 200 thousand Muscovites and offered over 100 thousand ideas. Experts have selected more than four thousand proposals for further study. Over 2.6 thousand ideas have already been implemented.
Muscovites took part in the projects “My Park”, “Electronic House”, “Children’s Clinics”, “Moscow Polyclinics”, “Active Longevity”, “Moscow Libraries”, “My Office of Public Services”, “Cultural Centers. Future ”,“ Museums of Moscow ”and others. Thanks to crowdsourcing projects, new public transport routes have appeared in the capital, a Moscow standard for children’s recreation has been developed, centers of state services, children’s and adult clinics, libraries, and parks have been transformed.
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