The experience I had in this class was a wild one. From the onset, I tried to push myself to try new techniques and tackle things that I hadn’t tinkered with in the past, and I feel I accomplished that. In taking this approach to this class, I feel I expanded my skill set and discovered some fantastic tools and resources to help make my work stand out from the crowd going forward.
Because I was going for outside-the-box thinking throughout, I faced a number of challenges throughout this course. From working with trends, to clip-paths, to virtual reality, to a new language library in React, I often had to spend a lot more time than I would have hoped on some of these projects. In the end, however, I wouldn’t change my strategy. Yes, it took me longer to complete some of the assignments, but nothing changes if nothing changes. By that, I mean that if you don’t do something differently than what you’ve done in the past, you can’t progress in your field.
What I Would do Differently:
Given more time, I think I would just flesh my final project out further. Maybe combine some of the pages and documentation together for the projects that I didn’t do that for. I would also explore different ways to build the project the same way that I have, just to learn another way to do it.
How I’ll Expand My Learning:
Topics I’ll Look Into:
My Projects This Semester
This semester pushed me further than I’ve ever gone before. Take a look at the projects that helped me progress as a developer. Click the thumbnails to be taken directly to the project pages.