Our team originally planned to make a solar panel calculator for the "Climate Change and Environment" track. We planned to ask the user for their location, electricity cost, solar panel cost, and solar panel efficiency and fetch solar irradiance information from a few websites and APIs. We then planned to calculate the amount of watts in solar energy that their location would get. After that, we planned to display the calculated Return On Investment(ROI) and how much money they could save in electricity costs in the 20 year lifetime of their panels. After some research we realized that the project would take too long to make as we kept running into complications with the solar irradiance API. After hours of brainstorming, a few team meetings and a bunch of rejected ideas, we finally decided to make a webpage that showed all of our current mental states. And that is how we ended up creating '404'. We as a team decided that we couldn’t continue working on the original project and decided toward a light hearted interactive webpage.
HTML and CSS
Challenges we ran into
Accomplishments that we're proud of
Building a cool 404 error page
What we learned
CSS Animations, Time management, Making webpages, Working under pressure and many more skills.
What's next for 404
We plan to add Ads its revenue will be donated towards climate change related organisations and groups.