A single-page web application utilizing the Pug templating engine, Sass preprocessor for CSS, and Webpack module bundler. It was created as a National History Day 2019 project summarizing the Apollo program with the theme "Triumph and Tragedy".
The official website for CAMS Math Club. It utilizes jQuery to dynamically change announcements, and the backend portion of the website (written in PHP) interacts with a MySQL database to display practice problems.
synicalsyntax @ GitHub was developed to track the activity of synicalsyntax on GitHub. The website utilitzes jQuery and AJAX techniques to work with the GitHub API to dynamically display the recent activity and repositories of synicalsyntax.
Die For Me is a 2D platformer created by JACCA Media. Die For Me focuses on Tim Roddle's descent into madness and his quest to create Horcruxes to achieve immortality. As he kills more people, he loses his humanity in exchange for power and invincibility. The effort that the players put into each level parallels Tim's struggles as he grows stronger.
Die For Me was developed by the members of JACCA Media (Jessica Shu, Ally Wang, Cecilia Zhang, Cynthia Lin, Ashley Zhu) for the UCSC COSMOS 2016 program using the Unity game engine in 24 hours across a week's timespan. The developers sought to improve their programming, artistic, and storytelling skills through the development of this game through the development of this game. The game is their product of these efforts to create a playable prototype.
Medicament is a marketplace for medical supplies commerce. It features a user login/registration system, database of supply requests, request form for hospitals to request supplies, profiles of participating organizations with contact information, IRC chat for hospitals to communicate with each other, and smooth, innovative design.
Medicament aims to eliminate the problem of supply deficiency that is inhibiting hospitals from providing effective medical care. By assisting hospitals with the delivery of supplies and communication with other hospitals, Medicament is the next step towards a better future in healthcare.
Medicament was created by following a specialized, iterative design process. The process included the following steps: problem definition, brainstorming, research, and concept generation, solution development, construction, testing, and evaluation. This process allowed Medicament to meet design specifications and ultimately be developed into a better product.