Preparti has been going through some exciting changes lately through it’s development. We look forward to providing the most excellent mobile experience for our users, and these updates are taking a big stride towards making our software as fun and friendly of an experience as possible.
Through testing we’ve received feedback from our users about what changes they’d like to see. Our new Grid feature is an answer to some of that feedback. This Grid allows you to automatically snap tables and chairs to the floor in a very organized fashion, allowing users to create a ceremony set up in a venue as well as the sit down layout. This Grid allows users to smartly line up their tables and chairs, eliminating the need for the align tool. Our move tool is now built into the experience as well eliminating the need for a button.
Our tables and chairs menu is now arranged vertically so as not to take up screen real estate that is key in planning!
With our tutorials, our users can learn to navigate our menus more efficiently and easily, enriching their experience to be a more intuitive feeling one.
We’ve also gone bigger. Now our app is available on all mobile devices including tablets! Look at your layouts and venues with ease on any device.
These updates are all for our users, as we take pride in providing them with an enjoyable experience through our app. We thank you all for following us through inception to development!
Regina Weir, Co-Founder of preParti. She lived in New York for 13 years before moving back to her home town of Atlanta. She ran 2 successful businesses, one of which was a manufacturing factory making uniforms, the other a commercial laundry working with some of the largest event spaces in Atlanta including Turner Field and Cobb Galleria, Regina has experience in production management, business management and events. During that time she also co-founded Factory Girls, a much lauded fashion incubator to help emerging designers in Atlanta. She co-founded Preparti with her brother Dosa Kim in February of 2016 to help merge a technology gap for consumers in the bridal market.