In this Spotlight article, we like to take some time to highlight the top projects on Career Karma Projects over the last week. Looking back to last week, we featured a personal finance application for couples, a scraper to learn more about top Fintech companies, among other projects.
We’re continually impressed by the creativity that members of the Career Karma community have shown in their work, and this week was no exception.
Congratulations to everyone who submitted a project to Career Karma this week. Keep up the good work!
This Week’s Top Projects
Here are the top projects submitted to Career Karma this week, ranked by community engagement:
Flatiron Chill Lounge is a personalized self-care guide that helps you strengthen your personal wellness. This application was built by Annie Liao, a student at Flatiron School, using React, React Hooks, and Redux.
Artify is a platform that allows artists to explore art and find inspiration for their latest creative workers. Creator Parker Bacall, a student at Flatiron School, describes it as “an Instagram for artists and art lovers.”
Class Activation Maps uses machine learning classifiers to identify objects using class activation, an alternative to object localization. This project was built by Zuruoke Okafor, a student at Dataquest.
PawUp is a social networking app for pets. On PawUp, you can connect your pets with pets from your local neighborhood. This project was built by Huseyin Gundogdu, a student at Flatiron School, using HTML, CSS, React, and Node.js.
Oubliette is a social media platform for tabletop Role Playing Game (RPG) enthusiasts. Using Oubliette, players can have easy access to game-play information, keep journal logs, and share information easily about a game. This project was built by Rhiannon Hornberger, a student at PDX Code Guild.
FixHub is a web application that allows you to seek help when your car has broken down, or help someone whose car has broken down. This project was built by Larry Pratt, a student at Claim Academy.
Marbles is an application to help people struggling with mental health issues. Marbles provides functions such as a community thread, a panic button for anxiety sufferers, and therapeutic activities to help you get through the day. This project was built by Jyn-Mun Ng, a student at NEXT Academy.
Hangman is a version of the traditional game of Hangman that allows you to guess the names of Hollywood artists. If you guess the name correctly, you win the round; if you run out of guesses, the game will be over. This project was built by Arianne Hernandez.
LifeWeb is a UX project that aims to increase user engagement on a digital memorial platform. This project was built by Kellie Carlson and a team of four student designers at the Flatiron School bootcamp.
#10: Backless JS
Backless JS is an NPM package that allows you to quickly generate a RESTful API back-end for your application. This project was built by Muhammad Ramadhan, a student at Hacktiv8.
That’s it for this week! Read next Friday’s edition of the Career Karma Projects Spotlight to uncover even more top projects from coding bootcamp students, graduates, and other aspiring coders. Check out last week’s Spotlight here.
– The Career Karma Team
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