Dashboard; Track your progress over the last year and send this information to a medical professional if they sign the emailed DocuSign form
Profile page to add information about yourself that can be used throughout the app
Feature to contact emergency contacts (friends or family) during anxiety attacks
Page to add an event based on recent anxiety activity
About section on the website, explaining what the team and project is about
Details about how the app works
Information about the team
We wanted to build something that could help people who deal with anxiety and panic attacks. The generous sponsors at PennApps also offered us a lot of APIs, and we wanted to make the best use of them as well.
What it does
The user can open the app and create a personal account, as well as log emergency contacts for them to call or text in an emergency (ex: panic attack). The user can track the amount of panic attacks they have as well. Finally, should the wish, the user can send their information to a medical professional by sending them a confidentiality document to sign.
How we built it
Challenges we ran into
Most of the team mates were attending their first hackathon, and it was their first exposure to a lot of these new technologies (ex: it was Lisa's first time programming in Swift!).
Accomplishments that we're proud of
Creating both an app to use and a website to market the app. Everyone used their front-end and back-end skills to make both platforms a reality!
What we learned
Each of us learned something new about a language we didn’t have experience in, like Swift. Since we are all fairly new to hackathons, we learned a lot about working together in a team to create a new project.
What's next for Still
Incorporating more security with the DocuSign API. Track one's medication more accurately using the CVS API and possibly send notifications to take medication.