In order to encourage those who frequently mention "let's meet" to really get their dates done, Stella Artois presents an exciting campaign where they take over half of the bill.
To do so, you just need to go to the landing page, select your favorite restaurant, issue the voucher upon payment of R$50 and wait for confirmation. A few minutes later, a R$ 100,00 voucher is sent to your e-mail. When paying the bill, just show the QR Code present in the voucher.
In addition to celebrating the meetings, the action supports women in gastronomy: all partner restaurants in the action are leaded by women. Choose yours and be part of this movement.
Webcore was responsible for creating and development of the platform, including integration with Stone's e-commerce system. The project is by Soko agency for Ambev / Stella Artois.
Get to know more on www.stellaartois.com.br/vamosmarcar
what we delivered
UX and UI
Creation of the project's UX/UI, in order to facilitating the entire voucher purchase flow: choosing the favorite restaurant, registration, payment and use of the voucher in restaurants.
Integration with Stone to enable voucher payments via credit card. When the order is approved, the person receives the voucher instantly via email.
Generation of a QR Code that is used as a voucher to receive the benefit at the restaurant and development of a reader that the restaurant uses to mark that the voucher has been used.
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