With the big boom of social media, a lack in face to face interaction has increased. With our observations of not seeing many students going to receive help from their professors or creating industry relationships, we were eager to develop an app. This app would be the stepping stone to solving some or all of these issues.
What it does
Buddy is a tool for helping students succeed in academic, industry and social situations. Buddy helps students by giving them tips on career fairs, confrontations with teachers and social interactions with students.
How I built it
Challenges I ran into
While implementing the code that controls switching between the features on the watch, we ran into compile issues. We also came across coding the output and not successfully implementing Ajax within our program to clear up all the words from this part of the code.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
We successfully created our first watchapp with the Pebble.js platform We also created our first github repository.
What I learned
What's next for Buddy
Our steps for improving our Buddy app is to add motion gesture controls for faster seamless functionality, so one will not need to press the button. Buddy will gain recording functionality to help the user improve their ongoing communication with industry, professors and friends.