The weekend may almost be upon us, but it wouldn’t be a proper Friday without first taking a look at some of the projects that the community has been working on this week.
For instance, this week we saw a tool that predicts emotions using images and audio recordings. We also saw a responsive website design for a tea company. These are only two of the dozens of projects submitted this week.
To all the makers out there working on a project, keep up the good work! If you’re looking for inspiration for your next project, take a look at what our community has been working on below.
This Week’s Top Projects
Predicting Humans Effectively uses images of human faces and audio recordings to detect and predict a human’s emotions. This project was built using Python and a neutral network by Zachary Villarreal, a student at Galvanize.
#2: Task Blocks
Task Blocks is a game similar to Tetris that helps you reduce the time you spend procrastinating. Every time you complete a task, you receive points. This project was built by Nicole Smith, a student at Springboard.
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Broccoli is a marketplace application for metropolitan areas. The focus on this project is to help people reduce travel time to make a transaction so that users can reduce their carbon footprint. This project was built by Cindy Jung, a student at Springboard.
The Golden Tea Co. is a responsive website design for a tea company.
Lindsey Wolfe, the creator of this project, design user personas and flows, wireframes, and brand guidelines. The final product was a prototype of what the website could look like.
Lindsey is a student at CareerFoundry.
Fitted is a project brief for a fitness instruction platform. This project is designed to encourage users to exercise more by scheduling routines and choosing workouts that are in line with their goals and interests.
This project was built by Mei Lisa Acevedo Tsai, a student at CareerFoundry.
AllHikes is a clone of the AllTrails platform that lets you find detailed information about hikes that you could go on. Users can view hikes, write their own reviews, edit their reviews, and upload photos that document their experience on a hike.
This project was built by Benjamin Rose, a student at App Academy.
#7: Sheep on the Lam
Sheep on the Lam is a game where users have to herd sheep back into their pasture within a limited period of time. There are multiple levels for a user to play and each level introduces new challenges, such as more obstacles or sheep.
This project was created by Benjamin Rose.
queranJeans is a website for an ecommerce company that sells Argentine jeans. This project uses HTML, CSS, and PHP and was built by Diego de Miguel, a student at Digital House.
WorkoutTracker lets you keep track of all of the workout classes that you have attended. You can track not only the classes you have enjoyed but also data on how many calories you have burned and how many classes you have taken with a particular instructor.
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WorkoutTracker was built by Nicole Carrero, a student at LaunchCode.
#10: Home Hunters
Home Hunters is a design for a responsive website that helps you find your next home. Users can browse a list of homes, find out about a particular home, and create a listing. Home Hunters was built by Sonali Patel, a student at CareerFoundry.
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Career Karma Projects is a platform to showcase your coding projects. Whether you’re a coding bootcamp student who has just built their final portfolio project, or a code newbie working on their first side project, you can submit your work to Career Karma Projects.
When you submit a project, you’ll be able to:
- Receive feedback from our community of hundreds of other coders and bootcamp students and graduates.
- Get recognition for your hard work.
- Be in for a chance of winning a free three-month subscription to Crash.
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 on our blog.
– The Career Karma Team
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