“My Game Finder”
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Most students love playing video games. Some people don't like playing video games. But even those individuals still have an app game that they play which we still would consider a video game, just in a different format. This app provides a path to find a game that is suited to an individual's interests and likes. The format can be an app that they download, a website they link to or even a game they purchase for an at home console system.
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I am Steffi Gogoi, a UX / Product Designer. Currently, I am working as a Senior UX Designer at ADP. I graduated with a master’s in Human-Computer Interaction from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. I have had a penchant for art since childhood. What began as pencil sketches, canvases, portraits, writing, craftwork, and dance went on to become an interest in design, technology, and manner of communication that came with it, shaping me along the way.
What I do all day at work?
I oversee Mouse's Professional Mentor Program, which connects students with volunteer mentors that work in the tech career field. I hope to inspire students to diversify the STEAM career fields! I also manage our Design League program that guides Middle and High school students on creating original tech projects using the Human-centered design process and gaining UX/UI skills.
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You did a great job with creating an app to help those not interested in gaming to find a game that suits their preferences. Your slides helped me visualize the direction of your app design. I liked how easy the app is to navigate while searching for a game of interest.
Katherine Moriwaki is Associate Professor of Media Design in the School of Art, Media and Technology at Parsons School of Design. Her work has been featured internationally in conferences, festivals, and museums around the world. Katherine is co-founder of the "Scrapyard Challenge" a workshop focused on creating electronic interactive objects out of found materials and junk. She is co-author of “Fashion and Technology: a Guide to Materials and Applications” published by Fairchild/Bloomsbury.
What I do all day at work?
I educate people on cybersecurity and deal with all things IT related.
I'm a tech enthusiast who enjoys educating people about AI and Cybersecurity. I got involved with Mouse.org through my work at ArcherPoint and love seeing how the next generation is making the world a better place. As technology evolves, I believe it's essential to adapt and diversify skills to succeed.
Great work! It's a cool app and a very interesting concept.
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