We are a small startup of two brothers and a web designer trying to tap into the very hot geo location and mobile online markets. We have been passionately working on this project for 5 months and are almost at a point to unleash our baby into the wild. Mobile technology that enables virtual credit cards top be used on a cell phone is so new that we are looking for the illustration to educate the prospective vendor in a quick easy to understand way-we figured through pictures is the best way!
NYC Metropolitan market will be the first test market and we hope to expand rapidly from that point on. Our target demographic is 18-34 yr old's everywhere who are savvy and realize that time is money and that the ability to use their cell phones as credit cards is awesome! Secondary market is business men, concierges etc
Use graphics to show 4 stages of ONMEYO life cycle
a. Screen shot of Jon at his computer or cell phone on onmeyo.com with john entering amount and his friends email/cell #
b. Screen shot of friend receiving virtual card/graphic on his phone and being happy/surprised
c. Screen shot of friend presenting phone to cashier/vendor for use in POS system
d. Vendor giving friend drink/food
Attached is basic user face image and two styles that could work-be creative and remember main point is Vendor education as well as consumer education letting vendor/consumer know that virtual card is secure and encrypted and is as good as cash its just presented on a cell phone interface! OnMeYo is a virtual gift card service implementing smartphones, geolocation, and virtual credit card technology. With OnMeYo, one can buy their friends or family drinks, coffee, food etc., via mobile devices or from one’s personal computer. As people check-in on Foursquare, Gowalla, Yelp, Twitter and Facebook, their peers or family members can use OnMeYo to buy these individuals’ drinks and food in real-time. The individual who receives an OnMeYo virtual gift card by email or text message can redeem the monetary amount gifted by showing the image of the card’s encrypted code to a waiter or bartender. The virtual credit card that can be presented to a cashier for redemption will be authorized for the amount that the gift giver sets and is valid and backed by our bank account.