Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Final Project Reflection (Adames Restaurante)

Adames Restaurante 


This project was great and really let us use what we learned all year.  When we began the project, I didn't know what topic to do my project on.  People around me were doing Presidential Campaigns and it didn't sound interesting.  So I came up with the idea of making a restaurant.  I used my imagination and knowledge of other restaurants to make my own.  I made multiple pages including almost every food you can think of.  My favorite part of this project was being able to do whatever I wanted and to be creative.  Having freedom on this project made it ten times better.  The only thing that I struggled with on this project was making it look like other menus out there.  I had all the information but figuring out where to put it and where the images should go was the only difficult thing.  At the end of this project, seeing it completed, I am proud of my work, even if the process getting there wasn't the greatest.  I can use what I learned this year in other classes and in the future.  Thank you Ms. Kelly for being a great teacher. 







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Thursday, November 7, 2019

Colors of Walls Promotes Neurodiversity

I didn't know that when you walked into a workplace, looked around and sat down, how the colors around you can have an affect on your day.  Yellow is considered the most fatiguing and sensory-loaded color.  Bright orange makes people hungry or agitated.  Occupational therapists, dentists, etc. use light blues and greens on their walls to welcome their patients and make them feel comfortable.  Some places have areas where those with a lot of energy, can use it.  The size of rooms, amount of people in it or around it, and the environment can all impact us.  Some people (15%-20% of the population) are neurodiverse.  This means they have some type of brain disorder or condition.  Scientists have found out that by editing work spaces, you can see a better performance from someone or they seem happier.  This is really cool.   Before reading this article I knew about some of these, but it's extremely fascinating to think that our brains tell our bodies to act a certain way depending on colors.  How cool is that?!

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Breaking Bad

Blinkee.com is a website that is attempting to sell things that glow, blink, and shine.  The problem with it, is that all of these things are blinking in your face as you try to read about each product.  The images for the products are very small so you can't see some key things and the color scheme doesn't match.  To change this website, I would make it more organized and have sections depending on what the product was.  I would also not have them blink on the home page, but if you click on the product, you can choose to see it blink or not.  I would change some of the background colors to be more appealing and also so that people's eyes don't get messed up from the flashing colors.

Monday, October 7, 2019

Coding in the Wild

I chose to read the article on "Coding for Basketball" because I play basketball and wanted to find out how computer science can be used in this great sport.  The tools of computer science in basketball, can track how players shoot, and precisely measures how each shot makes or misses. You can record shot charts and data that can be helpful to those who play the sport. To be able to do these things, you must take classes in Computer Science. In the article, the girl also was in a PhD program and took biology.  She also had a love for basketball, so she pursued something that she was interested in.