This week, the Career Karma Projects community has been busy. We’ve seen everything from a Tinder-line restaurant recommending tool to an app to help you take care of a sick family member submitted to Career Karma Projects!
As a reminder, last week we featured a personalized self-care guide, a platform to help artists find inspiration for their creative work, a tool to identify objects using class activation, and more. The community just keeps getting more creative and resourceful!
This week we’re back with ten top projects submitted to Career Karma. To all the makers out there building a project, keep it up!
This Week’s Top Projects
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Beachside Filipino Restaurant is a complete website for an authentic Filipino restaurant. This project, built by Arienne Hernandez, allows you to see a menu, reserve a table, and contact the restaurant.
This project uses a pre-trained RetinaNet model to detect the race of a person in an image. Race Detection with RetinaNet currently supports identifying four races, and uses a state-of-the-art object detection algorithm.
This project was built by Zuroke Okafor, a student at Dataquest.
Dinnr is a tool based on Tinder that allows you to find a restaurant where you can go eat. This tool searches for local restaurants, and allows you to swipe left or right to decide where to go. Dinnr was built by Jonathan Almoradie, a student at Code Platoon.
#4: Pet Play Pals
Pet Play Pals allows you to find puppy play dates nearby for your pet to attend. Users can register to the site, add their pets to their profile, and find nearby events to attend. This project was built by Andorra Fields, a student at Tech Elevator.
Garret Burns, a student at Flatiron School, has built Musical Plotting Tool. Using this tool, users can interact with a grid which acts like a bar of music, and create their own tunes to play back in the browser.
3-Studio is a 3D model rendering and manipulation app. Users can upload a 3D model, change the model’s materials, update the model’s parts, and create interactive videos based on their model. This project was built by Jay Burbyga, a student at Lighthouse Labs.
Tecuido is a user interface design for an application that makes taking care of sick family members easier. This app shows the duties of each caregiver, and helps them organize their tasks and responsibilities. This project was built by Antonio Haran, a student at Upgrade Hub.
BeFit is an all-in-one fitness tracker that allows you to create custom workouts, track your exercise on the go, and monitor your progress. This project was built by Tigran Asriyan, a student at Lambda School.
At Flatiron School, Kamia Lightsy managed a team of three intern designers to apply user interface changes to Urban Leaf, a mobile responsive site. Kamia and their team conducted user testing, identified which problems to solve, and came up with ways in which the site could improve their conversion rate.
#10: 5e Character Sheet
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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