Creators: Carisma S.
Middle School Students from Mouse Design League (DIIT) @ I.S. X318 School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology through the Arts
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- Social Media
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Feedback from the Judges:
This is a great great idea, especially for students that will be new to this school or are moving from a different school. It will help them feel less anxious or less worried about what to expect. I also think it is wonderful that you created a platform for students to be given the opportunity to voice their concerns to the principal, or to set up a time to speak with them! I think many students would want this type of opportunity to voice their concerns in a productive manner.
Archiving the previous yearbooks of your school sounds very fun and entertaining for future students and Alumni! I can see future Yearbook Committees using the archive to get ideas for their own book design. All the information about your school will be helpful to get future students interested in school programs and classes. I would love to see you focus a bit more on those community ideas you briefly mentioned, especially when you say students can suggest improvements to the school community. Student's having a place to comment or plan school activities and lunches could be a very unique focus!
First, what a great slogan you came up with! This is such a cool concept that would be helpful to students, parents, and Principals. I would have loved to have an app like this when I was in school. I really enjoyed seeing how you could do virtual tours, speak with the Principal, and even make lunch suggestions. I would recommend proofreading to clean-up the design a bit, see where you can show more visuals but overall, wonderful job on creativity and concept!
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👏 a Middle School Student
Its nice to be able to look at past yearbooks from the school you are attending to. I think this app is honestly a good idea. In my opinion, i think its fun to look at old yearbooks to see what they did back then.
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