An App/Software Project
a Middle School Student from Mouse Design League (DIIT) @ IS 318
About this Project:
The project started because my plant died and I was very sad. I would look things up on how to take care of plants but it seemed like it was missing something. After I got the idea, my teachers and I brainstormed how to make this different than other apps.
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Feedback from the Judges:
Joshen Ayukawa 👏 Program Coordinator, Design League DIIT at Mouse — Emoti-Con Judge
I love that you created this app to solve a unique problem I hadn't yet realized I have all the time! I think it is super useful to have a resource to identify plants, not only for recreational use, but for medical use in outdoors/camping scenarios. Great job!
Steffi Gogoi 👏 Senior UX Designer at ADP — Emoti-Con Judge
I really enjoyed the project thoroughly. I liked how you came up with the idea of knowing how to protect the plant as I have killed the plants in the past which made me sad so I can empathize with you and this app is something I would really like to use to save my plants. Also, I believe this app could be connected to weather forecasting instead of taking a picture of the weather so I felt that was a bit unrealistic but the concept overall was well thought. Although, I am excited to see where this project takes you.
Susan Futerman 👏 Strategy Manager at Accenture — Emoti-Con Judge
This project was both very innovative and has the potential to make meaningful change throughout the world. I liked how you took a common problem and determined a feasible solution that combines already available information. The use of real-time stimuli (e.g., capturing a photo of the weather) was interesting as well and makes me wonder if there is a way to incorporate AI/AR into the solution. Providing any type of user with a guide to growing a plant / different types of plants could have a substantial impact on the environment. Great work!
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