Duke TIP

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During the summer, I worked as a guidance counselor for academically gifted youth between the ages of 12 and 17 on Duke’s Campus. At the end of each term, or session, there is a book given to each student; similar to a yearbook. Often times, the book gets destroyed, or lost, which is a memory lost for someone. There is a website that works somewhat as a  digital yearbook for students to go and look at the history they made for the program as the program grows, however there is a limited use of media. As a  reaction to this, I developed a website that served as a hub for all media. From video, to diary, to journal entries, etc. students, also known as tipsters, can go and find nearly any media used to record their fondest moments from the previous year. All media used to record those close moments are organized on this site for that year and can be found on this site for years to come. For protection of current tipsters, I choose not to provide the link to the site, but below are photos of the site a demonstration of what I learned for user experience.

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JTRobinson

Artist and Business Professional working to build a stronger community for the Arts.

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