What it does
The website allows the learners to be more engaged in their learning experience as we teach learners coding through games that are designed to be fun. Our goal is to spark their interest in coding and help people maintain it in the long term.
How we built it
The website was designed with HTML. The website is still in the process of adding games and other features for users to learn in an exciting way. Our service is related to code.org other than the fact that we give users access to learn high-level programming languages rather than basic/general ones.
Challenges we ran into
Our biggest challenge is competition. Many websites such as code.org and codeacademy.com already have a large number of users which decreases are chances of getting users. We can resolve this issue by using simple concepts to allow users to start learning and enjoy their learning.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
We are proud that we have started designing our website and have ideas on how to attract users of all ages to learn through our service.
What we learned
There are many existing careers that use programming such as software application developers, computer systems engineers, and database administrators. These titles are just a few of many, and the possibilities of jobs programming can bring are endless.
What's next for Inform.The.Future
Our next steps include publishing our website and getting our first user. After our website is published we will design an app so users can at any time, in any place.