SWbnb

Internal BnB for SW Corporation

Yusuke Iwasaki

January 4, 2016

Seattle

Tokyo

SW Corporation has offices in Seattle and Tokyo. Employees from both offices frequently visit each other's office. The travel expenses have become high.

WHAT IF THERE IS BNB

internally inside SW COrporation?

  • A visiting employee can stay at the other office employee's home.

 

  • SW Corporation pays the host a certain amount (e.g., $50 per night/guest)

SW Corp

  • Can save the traveling costs.

employees

  • Practical occasions for language learners.
  • HOSTS: can earn a little extra money by hosting.
  • GUESTS: can avoid travel headaches (traffic, meals, etc.)

benefits?

Both

  • The employees from both offices become more friendly and communicate better.

How does it work?

  • All employees have accounts, which allow them to be guests as default.
    • "Sign up" function is needed for the admin only.
  • The employees can "list" themselves as hosts if they wish.
  • The employees cannot stay at other employees' place from the same  location, i.e., Tokyo employee can stay at Seattle employee's place but cannot stay at other Tokyo employee's place through the system, and vice versa.

the prototype

  • Ruby on Rails
  • Heroku

Sitemap

ER

UML Class Diagram

wireframes

Log in page

Home page

"Going Seattle?" for Tokyo users; "Going Tokyo?" for Seattle users.

wireframes

User Profile

Host List

Seattle Host List for Tokyo users; Tokyo Host List for Seattle users.

wireframes

Date based Search

Available hosts show up.

Send a request to book.

Your Trip List

Once your request is accepted and confirmed, your trip will be listed.

 

 

Wireframes

Host Management Pages

Once you become a host, the pages to set available dates, to receive requests, and to see your reservation list will be available.

20160104_SWbnb

By TL Iwasaki

20160104_SWbnb

A shared-room service such as Airbnb, but for closed communities like corporations.

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