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*Have an interactive live-feed to which website visitors can upload pictures and send announcements for meetings and events  
 
*Have an interactive live-feed to which website visitors can upload pictures and send announcements for meetings and events  
 
*Access the complete website from both our demo laptop and visitors cell phones
 
*Access the complete website from both our demo laptop and visitors cell phones
*Making the website user-friendly
 
  
 
== Challenges ==
 
== Challenges ==
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*Notepad = $0 (Previously installed in computer)
 
*Notepad = $0 (Previously installed in computer)
 
*Amazon Web Services: $0
 
*Amazon Web Services: $0
*Domain Name and Route 53 server = $12.66
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*Domain Name and Route 53 server (1 year ownership of the domain and data storage) = $12.66
 
TOTAL: $12.66
 
TOTAL: $12.66
 
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Revision as of 23:20, 5 March 2017

Project Overview

Wash U Doing is a novel interactive website bringing Washington University students and student groups together. On-campus WUSTL groups will have the opportunity to create events on Wash U Doing, which students can find by easy filtering through their event needs. To promote such events, students can also live share photos and announcements in a forum.

Members

  • Kristine Ehlinger, Systems Engineering '20
  • Carol Pazos, Systems Engineering, Operations and Supply Chain Management '20
  • Dylan Zubata, Systems Engineering, Economics and Strategy '20
  • TA: Natalie Ng

Objectives

  • Display an annotated map (from arcGIS) that shows destinations on campus including all major buildings on campus
  • Have an interactive live-feed to which website visitors can upload pictures and send announcements for meetings and events
  • Access the complete website from both our demo laptop and visitors cell phones

Challenges

  • Learn how to code using HTML
  • Figure out how to encode the arcGIS into the webpage
  • Learn how to create a live-feed network on our website
  • Finding a way to allow people to upload photos and announcements into the feed
  • Create a search box so that users can find the locations from announcements on the map
  • Complete annotations on WUSTL campus map
  • Making the website user-friendly

Budget

  • arcGIS Map = $0 (Provided by arcGIS)
  • Notepad = $0 (Previously installed in computer)
  • Amazon Web Services: $0
  • Domain Name and Route 53 server (1 year ownership of the domain and data storage) = $12.66

TOTAL: $12.66 Image.png

Gantt Chart

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Results and Analysis