Adobe Illustrator, Github, XCode
SparkSC is USC's innovation and entrepreneurship organization on campus. I handle marketing for our new intiative, TechLA Fellows, and I help out on SparkXM, our podcast as well.
I manage all meeting and e-board documentation, as well as handling room bookings. With the other officers, we plan professional and social events as USC's premier computer science organization.
Scope aims to develop a community amongst USC's computer scientists through developing and teaching technical skills to a select group of students. We are currently learning React.js, so look out for future projects showcasing this framework.
Our team created a chrome extension prevents users from wasting time on recreational websites during a set study period. I designed the UIUX of the extension and programmed the front-end aspects for a simple-to-use interface.
We made a web app that could turn large bodies of text, say an essay, into a sleek presentation slide within the click of a button. I developed the back-end, utilizing Google's language processing API to turn text into bullet points, and I helped design the front-end as well.
Our team tackled the #hackharassment challenge and made a chrome extension that hides hateful comments notoriously found on YouTube videos. I developed the front-end for this extension, mainly consisting of the pop-up window, and I designed the assets using Adobe Illustrator.
Our lastest hack was a web app that used tracking.js and Google's language API to generate speech bubble's next to one's face using voice and face detection, translate that text, and log it into a sidebar. My role was the front-end developer, and I designed the intro page and the sidebar.
Our iOS app aimed to encourage exercise. This running app plays music during a job with a twist. It plays the user's favorite music, but only when the runner is running at their goal pace. If below pace, it plays the user's hated music. I mapped the UIUX of the app on XCode and developed some front-end aspects using Swift.