I am currently in my last year of a Computer Science major and a minor in Media and Cinema Studies at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. Throughout my years at the school I have been a course assistant for CS 225 and ENG 100, a tour guide for the college of engineering, on the executive board for Women in Computer Science, and have done work in computer science education research.
In my free time, I play music, make textiles, write, and compete in senior-level Synchronized Swimming meets.
DOGU is a site where students and organizations can add technical project ideas in hopes of finding class project teams to work on them, and students can find projects to work on and teams to work with for class assignments. The first iteration of DOGU was built as a class project for the Spring 2019 session of Database Systems at the University of Illinois, using PostgreSQL, React, and Python. It is currently being piloted for use by the Summer 2019 session of the course.
HourGlass is a site that interfaces with the API of the web extension RescueTime in order to provide a more meaningful and visually appealing depiction of the time a user spends online. It was created as a course project for the Fall 2018 session of User Interface Design at the University of Illinois utilizing primarily d3.js. I created the ‘Weekly Overview’ portion of the site, in which a user can view a concise summary of their last three weeks of activity.