Nowadays, university students struggle with finding help with their classes and building connections in classes, so we wanted to create a platform that would help bridge students.

What it does

Theoretically, it allows you to choose topic of study and inquire and respond to other students queries. It would also connect students of the same class to have a one-on-one conversation concerning the course material.

How I built it

Our project is a markup of what our envisioned idea would look like, and we used html, css, and javascript to create it.

Challenges I ran into

We ran into many challenges due to our inexperience. The group consisted entirely of first year students who had not been to a hackathon before. Only one of the five members had basic knowledge on how to make a webpage with the mentioned languages. At the beginning of the hackathon, we also had a lot of trouble conceptualizing our project.

Accomplishments that I'm proud of

The majority of the group had to learn multiple new languages and we were able to work together to complete a model. We have not done a project on this scale before, and we are pleasantly surprised by what we were able to accomplish.

What I learned

We all gained invaluable experience from this event. We learned more in this hackathon than we could have in a classroom environment. We also now know what to expect when it comes to hackathons and are more familiar with what the planning stages of a project should be like.

What's next for "No Social Life" Web-page

Our project is far from complete, but we would like to rethink the design and make it workable for many users. We'd also like to implement a rewards system and make it more interactive for users by using more javascript.

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