Mobile Apps

I Like It List

A Better Way to Plan an Event

Davison Designed App Idea: I Like It List

Available on the App Store

The Problem:

Parties, events, and gatherings are always fun. Preparing for these events, however, can be extremely stressful and taxing depending on how big of an event you are planning. It’s good to have an extra set of helping hands to make sure everything is covered, unfortunately, extra hands are not always available.

Davison's Better Way:

The I Like It List is the ideal party planning solution that will help make sure you aren’t forgetting anything. Using the app, party planners can create an event and invite guests. Guests can use the app to see who is bringing what to the event – ensuring that nothing is left out. Capable of pairing with Facebook, the I Like It List helps take the hassle out of party planning.

Featured in the following stores:

  • App Store

This client has not realized a profit on this product. A typical project does not get a royalty agreement, sell in stores or generate a profit.

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