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A mobile app to track Yellowstone geyser eruption times with access to park information


Collaborate with all involved parties to create a detailed scope document describing all of the app functionality. Use PhoneGap to allow for one codebase for the app, saving time and budget.  Use HTML5/CSS3/jquery to build the layout and base functionality.


The National Park Service is thrilled.  This is among their first few apps and has quickly gained popularity worldwide among users visiting Yellowstone, planning a visit to Yellowstone, and geyser watchers that like to keep up on eruption times and watch the live webcam from inside the app.

Just FYI [to the Montana Banana team], Jason did an amazing job on the Yellowstone Mobile App project. I’m continually impressed by his work ethic and the way he handled himself. I am very glad to have him on the team and I just wanted to let you know how great I think he is and what a wonderful asset to your company.

Brett O / Project Lead

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