Inspiration

The inspiration from this project came from Covid-19, which is affecting millions of people around the world. Furthermore, the issue of forgetting to take medications and not remembering when to take our medications also inspired our idea as we all had experiences with these problems.

What it does

Our website allows prompts our users to enter the time that they have to take their medications and gives an alarm when the specified time entered by the user elapses. Furthermore, if the user chooses to do so, the website will automatically log the exact time and date that the alarm went off, along with the medication and symptom they are experiencing, which they can show to a doctor(More detailed explanation in the video, which we were allowed to have an extension for by Saaketh Shanbhogue.)

How we built it

We built this website using a platform called replit. We were able to link the multiple pages of our website to the main page by using hyperlinked buttons. We used HTML and Javascript as well as CSS to style the website.

Challenges we ran into

Some challenges that we ran into were getting the log to automatically record the data as the user progressed through our site and getting the alarm to function, which we were not able to complete due to the time restraint.

Accomplishments that we're proud of

Some accomplishments that we are proud of include being able to format the buttons correctly, due to the fact that CSS was not our strong suit, as well as getting the log to function(manually).

What we learned

We were able to gain a better understanding of replit, HTML, CSS, and Javascript as a result of this hackathon

What's next for Symtime

Symtime will now work to implement a more efficient log, alarm, and to make our website more user-friendly.

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