V2: July 2019 - Present
V1: Jan 2018 - Oct 2018
A full-stack web application for project organization, judging, and ranking designed for HackGT and any DevPost hackathon.
Optimized judge project assignments to provide high-scoring and high-variation projects with more judges.
Utilized concurrently by 800+ students and judges with nearly 200 projects during the HackGT 5 expo, and used with 40+ additional projects at smaller HackGT events.
Jan 2019 - Feb 2019
An Electron application written to allow HackGT organizers to clock-in to events and general meetings with a tap or swipe of a student ID card.
Implemented colorful full-screen status screens with sound (heavily inspired by Chicago Ventra) to allow the application to be used without supervision.
Integrated with Georgia Tech's OrgSync and Engage platforms to monitor and track attendance during meetings and other events.
Oct 2018 - Dec 2018
Created for the Fall 2018 section of SLS 3110: Technology and Sustainability Communities at Georgia Tech, working closely with Garry A. Harris, the President of the Center for Sustainable Communities, to help make Cavalier Manor, a community within the City of Portsmouth, VA, an EcoDistrict.
Uses Google's GTFS to display an interactive map for the bus routes of Hampton Roads Transit.
V2: Jan 2018 - Jan 2018
V1: August 2015 - June 2016
Designed an intuitive website for Hershey High School's 150+ NHS members, officers, and advisors to access crucial data.
Designed a backend using PHP and MySQL for user authentication, data imports, and data presentation to consolidate all-paper records into a single location.
Used by 500+ students over the course of the website's lifetime since initial launch.
May 2017 - Present
An online sandbox made with NodeJS and SocketIO where players can play card games with other players anywhere in the world as if they are in the same room.