I’m happy to say that I won a student scholarship to the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) this June. The conference will be held in San Francisco, and the 5,000 or so tickets that were available for sale (at $1,599 USD) were snapped up in two minutes! 150 students, including myself, earned a scholarship to attend the convention without paying for a ticket.
To win the scholarship, each student had to develop an app showcasing their accomplishments and programming prowess – but given only a week. We all scrambled to create something off the beaten path, so here’s what I came up with:
Notice the subtle color changes in the background that happen every few seconds or so in the app. I’m not sure if the interface was intuitive enough, if the screens were interactive enough, or if the writing style was good enough; thankfully it worked. But I think above all, the color changing background made everything better!
Thank you all for supporting my apps, Isosceles, The Rock Cycle, and My Grapher. I could not have made it this far without people using my apps and helping me improve them!