« MIT Scheduling
I led the design and UI development of multiple apps to manage department admin scheduling, including:
- Classrooms: provide UI for main scheduling engine to request rooms for classes and events
- QuickRoom: enable students to find available (unscheduled) rooms for private study
- Subject Planning: enable department admins to set up subjects in each academic term
We changed the site architecture from server-side JSP to AngularJS, and switched to separate frontend and backend repositories that could be managed separately. This expedited frontend development enormously by preventing extra full-builds for every frontend update.
Classrooms browser featured a D3-generated calendar tool that displayed room occupancy in real time.
We started with AngularJs and migrated to React/Redux for later components. We also successfully tested polymer components as a potential cross-framework solution for component development.
- Designer, prototyper and lead front-end developer
- Skills/tools used:
- React/Redux, Bootstrap, AngularJS, Sketch/InVision for prototyping