#55 (How far we’ve come!)

This post is going to a be long one (cause I forgot to do one yesterday) so bear with me people. NOW LET’S GET THIS STARTED!

Over the course of three or four months, my advanced web design class went from being just a normal class to being a professional working place! It feels like time went by so fast for me (since I’m a senior and all) and my class has managed to do some amazing and fascinating things. First, the hololens and the holograms: I got to work with the Hololens and saw how amazing and powerful the gear was and eventually, I was given the chance to work with augmented reality when we came across Layar. My computer vision team created so many augmented reality images for things such as advertisement and the rebus (which I hope went well since after it was done, I went back to my manager/brand ambassador role). Layar was so amazing and it taught how to “fun” it was. Second, all of the 3D models, logos, images and design that were made by the 3D team and design are phenomenal. I honestly don’t know what I would do if I were tasked to create so many designs and work with 3D models. I was very lucky to work with such talented students and it fascinates me on how quickly they get it done. Third, the school website, commercial video and school app. The school website has never so better thanks to the amazing students who’ve worked on it and keeping updated because I know that the website kept having some of its things disappeared and the students have always managed to fix it immediately. The commercial video has been coming along very nicely thanks to our talented student who’s been working on it day and night. I’ve several promos of it and it looks really nice with everyone’s picture in it. Finally, the school app; oh boy this things has been a pain in the butt ever since our back-end person has been working on it since the beginning of the class. Luckily, on these final days, the app was approved after MANY MANY edits later.

This class is truly amazing and it really made me happy to know that we were given a chance to work with Microsoft this year and how we are taking education to a new level. I may not be here next year to be a manager but someone will take place and make our future much better than I did.