With the summer rolling in I'll be starting to decide the features that will be implemented first. I've divided the features into two categories: Aesthetic and Framework. The aesthetic features will focus on making the interface intuitive and visually "easy on the eyes". The framework features involve developing things such as the information systems. There are also features with encompass both of these categories such as jQuery-coded interfaces for things like seat-pickers, ticket designers, and statistical systems which utilize graphs and charts using data collected in the information system.
I already have a basic user interface built, so I will likely first focus on designing the information system and getting it filled with data. After that I will use that data to develop the different jQuery interfaces. But I also can't completely ignore the purely aesthetic features, while developing the framework I need to pay attention to the limitations of the aesthetic features, so as to not run into any problems while implementing the different features into the final product.
The actual next thing to be developed will likely be an interface for clients to access in order to gain demographics and statistics on their different events for which they sold tickets. This should be partially developed as soon as possible, then a mockup client terminal will be developed in order to provide a sort of extra entrance for the clients.