Door To Door Taylor Service Named Darzi

Muhammad Saad Ali

Abstract


Abstract — Our project is an android application for tailoring service, and this report is written to make users aware of our product and the techniques we used to make it a successful product. It holds the knowledge of each bit we used in the making of our project from hardware to software, design to implementation, and algorithms to output results. It has been a great experience for us to work on this project. We experienced a lot of things since we started, we learned a lot and put all of our efforts to make our project successive. As the project is all about the application of tailor service, we made it for the feasibility of the tailor and customer. The customers are now just able to make their dress stitched easily by using this application. This application will provide fast, easy, and reliable tailor services at your doorstep, which will save your time. There will be no need to go outside and search for tailor simply place the order and get the tailor at your doorstep for measurement and get the parcel back delivered at your doorstep. The motivation of this project is easy and reliable tailor service at door step, now no need to go outside and search tailor. Simply place the order and get the tailor at your doorstep for measurement and get the parcel back delivered at your doorstep. Fast and easy!


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