Inspiration

I got inspired to make Brainify from one of the prompts for this hackathon. Virtual learning makes it harder to focus because most people study from their bedroom, which makes them victims to procrastination and decreases in performances.

What it does

Brainify helps people in preschool, elementary school, and middle school get help on topics they need a little more help on. It also serves as a practicing tool since there were a few quizzes in there that were built by JavaScript.

How we built it

I built Brainify by mostly using HTML and CSS. I also used Qoom as my building software.

Challenges we ran into

Some challenges I ran into while I was building Brainify was that my spacing and margins weren't proportional or working. I had to think for a while to figure out how to fix them. Qoom also stopped working when I was almost finished. I had to create a new project and move my code over there for it to let me continue, which was really annoying.

Accomplishments that we're proud of

I'm also proud that I managed to finish my project, and that it looks really neat and pretty

What we learned

I learned how to deal with borders and margins better and how to space my products better. I also learned a little more on how to effectively find websites and articles better.

What's next for Brainify

Next for Brainify, I'd like to add more specific links and add a few more learning games to my website. I'd also like to add high school and college study tools too. I could also possibly add a log in page where people could track how many times they logged in and their scores for the learning games.

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