October 22, 2021
Since our inception (way back in 2014), we’ve always had a roadmap that looked like the M25 at rush-hour (chock-a-block). But before now, it’s only ever been MOT Juice employees that knew what was going on and when – It’s time to change that.
We’ve now published a public version of our roadmap to help keep all our users informed about what’s coming next, and when to expect it.
You can now check out the MOT Juice Development Roadmap to see what cool features and upgrades we’re working on and when they’re expected to be released.
Click here to check out the MOT Juice Development Roadmap.
Here at MOT Juice HQ, one thing we’re always happy to receive is feedback (both good & bad) and ideas from our users – it’s how we learn to improve.
So much of our software has been built based on feedback received from users. We’ve learnt that so many of our users have new and exciting ideas, but writing an email or picking up the phone can sometimes be a ‘put-off’ for many, meaning all those fantastic ideas go unheard.
That’s why we’ve built a new way to share your ideas with us – and they go straight to our Development Team too! All ideas that are submitted to us get discussed at our regular Development Team meetings.
All ideas get logged into our Development Pool, where we’ll assign a priority and when it’s time to get started, we’ll make sure we have all the information we need to get it through the Specification, Design and Development stages.
If you’ve got some suggestions for us about how an existing feature can be improved, or perhaps a new feature/product we can work on, why not submit your ideas to us using our new quick and easy feature submission form.
Since studying IT and design in high school I have always had a passion for designing and building websites and systems. Working for MOT Juice has allowed me to design a lot of the user interface our users see and interact with on a day-to-day basis. My experience includes over 10 years with Photoshop designing websites and system User Interfaces, 12 years of HTML, PHP and CSS coding, 3 years of learning jQuery and 8 years working within the motor industry. In 2021, I started learning Python, Apache, C# and Ruby to add to my coding skillset.