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Get Pizza Delivered To Your Doorstep Just By Pressing A Button On Your Phone
By Loke Shi Ying, 16 Aug 2014
A new brilliantly simple app created by a group of teenagers (some of whom hail from MIT and Brown) aims to simplify the process of ordering a pizza.
Their app is called “Push For Pizza”, and its only function is to allow you to get a pizza delivered to your doorstep by pushing a button.
This app works with Ordr.in, an open platform for online food ordering synced with over 40 food websites across America.
It is developed by 19-year-old childhood friends Maximillian Hellerstein and Cyrus Summerlin, who work on the user interface, marketing and financing, Graham Carling, who is currently a student at brown, Will Haack and Demitri Nava, who currently attend MIT, and a man by the name of Adam Lisagor, who has worked on other tech products like Jawbone's Jambox and Flipboard.
Watch a re-enactment of how their idea came to be below:
[via Creativity Online]
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