This is our coding page, where you can use any programming language to code. This way, you don't actually have to use an IDE.
This is our contact page, where you can contact each of us for questions about our website and women empowerment in general!
This is a table view of different jobs in STEM. It is provided with the salary of each job. You can learn by clicking on links for each job.
This is a view of how our learn to code. Listed are different links for learning different programming languages.
This is the full view of our game website, just to get a feel of how it actually looks.
This is our home page. It gives a warm welcome of our website, with a nice image representing Women in STEM. It also contains our petition.
This is our memory game in action. Everytime you match correctly, it gives a brief description of each influential Women in STEM.
This is our embedded VR space. You can take a tour of the vr space, by clicking and dragging around. It's about a girl learning about code.
We were inspired by discrepancies between men and women in the STEM world, and we wanted to try to stop this through our website. We were also inspired by the many organization that strive to close the gender gap.
What it does
It contains different sources that you can use to learn to program, different jobs and their wages, a game and VR space for children to better understand the gender gap so the children of the future won't show discrimination towards a certain gender
How I built it
Challenges I ran into
Sometimes the pages wouldn't run, and we would have to keep scrolling through lines of code in order to debug.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
We were able to create a project that runs off of 4 different programming languages and we were able to create a website, a game, and a VR space in a short amount of time. This was a major accomplishment for all of us.
What I learned
We learned how to work with many people on a project, and code with a group. We learned how to troubleshoot and we learned to use GitHub. We also learned to commit our code, and to make copies to make sure that no work was lost
What's next for WomenCode
Expanding on more topics and adding in interactive elements, as well as better formatting. We would also spread this out to the world, since there are so many people out there, struggling to find a start to their programming journey