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Designing an IT Startup Application for Online Dance Classes

ФИО студента: Polina Sidorova

Руководитель: Gulshat Rustamkhanova

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Economics, Management, and Business Informatics

Программа: Business Informatics (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2021

The final qualification work "Designing an IT startup application for online dance classes" was performed by P. A. Sidorova, a student of the BI-17-2 group of the Higher School of Economics-Perm, under the guidance of G. I. Rustamkhanova, a senior lecturer at the Department of Information Technologies in Business.The paper presents the development of an IT startup and the design of a mobile application for online dance classes. The work contains 32 tables, 52 figures, 100 A4 pages of the main text, including 3 chapters: "Development of the business model of an IT startup application for dancing classes online", "Formation of requirements for an application for dancing classes online", "Designing a mobile application for dancing classes online", as well as an introduction, conclusion and bibliography. The appendices contain the results of a survey of potential users and activity diagrams. The paper uses 39 sources of information. As a result of the work, a mobile application was designed for online dance classes, from defining a business idea to creating interface layouts. The application includes two modules: conducting online master classes and watching video tutorials. The application allows choreographers to conduct online master classes, expanding their client base, and student dancers to learn from professional choreographers and immerse themselves in new dance directions using ready-made video tutorials. In the course of the work, the business model of an IT startup is built on the basis of template A. Osterwalder; identified functional and non-functional requirements for the application by the method of K. Wiggers; built business process models in IDEF0 notation; analyzed the interaction of application elements using UML notation (use case diagram and activity diagram); described the architecture of the mobile application; built a logical database model; created the logo and visual layouts of the application interfaces.

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