On a day to day basis, we experience distractions and end up doing counterproductive activities. Moreover, during this pandemic many students lack the motivation and self discipline to get on track with their tasks. Our team went on a mission to create a website that would allow users to be more productive.
What it does
Bloom keeps track of what the user needs to do. Users can add their tasks and check them off as they go. As they finish more tasks, the flower will slowly bloom. On the homepage there are some helpful tips. In the end, Bloom is a productivity webpage that hopes to encourage students to finish their tasks in a timely manner.
How I built it
Challenges I ran into
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
Despite being the first hackathon for most of us, we are very proud that we were able to come up with a great idea, work collaboratively in our team, and together, we were able to make Bloom possible. We are glad to have overcome the bugs and overriding parts we were able to fix within our timeframe. Overall, we are proud to have tried our best this time to make an essentially functioning webpage.
What I learned
What's next for Bloom
The future for Bloom is exciting! We hope that we can further develop Bloom’s user experience by allowing them to grow a garden instead of just a flower. We will also implement a timer and polish the code so that the transition of the flowers blooming is smooth. Bloom would also have a calendar to note down future tasks as a reminder.