Fall 2016, final projects
Mobile Applications for the Wellesley Community

Kaylie Cox
Anna Pfoertsch
Lauren Futami

Lagoi is a mobile app intended to make accessing readings and notes easier for students on the go. The following tutorial will go over the functions of the app, so you can start cracking on all of your readings for this semester!
Maddie Kim
Mina Oh
Welletsy is an application that continues Free & For Sale’s mission with a better user experience and greater organization.
Wellesley students throw away countless clothes and household goods every year because they are not able to find someone who could reuse the items. This waste presents a huge problem for sustainability on our campus and an opportunity to decrease wasteful behavior and increase the life and utility of these goods. Right now, Free & For Sale is one way that students exchange goods and services. However, it is often very cluttered and disorganized. There is almost no way of finding items you want other than just happening upon them, and if you don’t happen upon them fast enough, you miss the opportunity entirely. Alternatively, if you put something up for sale on Free & For Sale, and it doesn’t get a lot of attention, it is buried and forgotten about within hours.
Katherine Roche
Ingrid Henderson
Whitney Fahnbulleh

Table will help single, social college age diners meet new friends both on their campus and other campuses while trying new foods in new places.
Jacqueline Zheng
Emily Schron
Julia Burmeister

Free Eats allows users to post leftover foods on Wellesley College Campus and also allows users to find available, free food on campus as well.

Rhea Advani
Isabel Staccuneddu
Bozena Scheidel

MyPeter lets you access Peter Pan tokens, maps, and schedules, all in one!

Shanzay Kazmi
Rachel Dodell
Michelle Lu

Eat Swell is an application that allows Wellesley students to input and view important information about the Wellesley dining halls. The purpose of this application is to enhance and to streamline the dining experience of Wellesley College students. There are five dining halls that students can choose from, giving students a wide variety of both choice, quality, and convenience. Eat Swell tries to help students easily find a dining hall for their imminent meal time that fits their needs best, whether it be to have low traffic, good food, a good menu, a good selection of food fitting their dietary restriction, or a lot of their friends. Additionally, Eat Swell allows students already in a dining hall to input information about the dining hall for other students to see, and to help them choose a dining hall. To prepare for mealtime, Eat Swell allows users to view the menu, the traffic, the dietary options, and the quality of the food for each dining hall. Users can also view where/which dining halls their friends has ‘checked in’, and can view a scoreboard of their points. Users can also view their own profiles and set which part of the dining hall is most important to them. Finally, users can also input their own information about the dining hall into the app.


Spring 2016, final projects
Mobile Applications for the Wellesley Community

Siona Dev
Eileen Rivera
Ariana Vergos De Zavala

Tasty Bucket will give users the platform to research, organize, and personalize your eating scene, and allow you to constantly create, edit, and update your "food bucket lists"
Lucy Cheng
Jordan Sessa
Lucie Randall
Let's Do Lunch is an application that matches Wellesley students with other students interested in meeting new people to have lunch. Our broad goal is to help our small, close-knit community become even closer.
Sarah Moss
Belle Noonan
Michelle Gelberger

Dormancy is an application that aims to change people’s sleeping habits by making them more privately and publicly accountable and motivated to reach their desired sleeping goals.
Jennifer Cho
Soo Bin Yang
Jeanette Yue

Battle of the Plates makes recording and tracking nutrition less confusing and more fun in order to motivate users to keep track long term.
Nutrition, specifically whether or not our bodies are obtaining the necessary nourishment, can be a daunting topic. People often do not keep track of what they eat and/or have a limited knowledge of the food pyramid and how this translates into daily consumption. This can be especially difficult for those that are considering switching diets since they would have to synthesize information from different sources to overcome this knowledge barrier and apply that to strict meal plans, such as those provided in colleges.

Sharon Ng
Lisa Truong
Jesslyn Tannady

Bucket List is an app that allows you to create, maintain, and share items (goals) on a bucket list. Users can draw inspiration from other users' goals or individually create their own goals. Instead of just writing down goals, users have the option of personalizing notifications to better self motivate. They can also share their achievements with friends on social media and earn unique badges to celebrate completing a goal! Our app aims to help everyone achieve their goals, no matter how large or small.

Rachel Seo
Elizabeth Kysel
Stephanie Contreras

PlanPal allows students to add upcoming exams, papers or other assignments as they would in a calendar application, plan out for what specific tasks they would have to complete in preparation for those events before their timeline, and thirdly, time themselves while working tasks.


Spring 2014, final projects
Mobile Applications for the Wellesley Community

Erin Altenhof-Long
Kathryn Christman
Michelle Sit

Happy Blue is a Positive Psychology App intended to reduce stress at Wellesley. Students should use this app when they feel stressed to take a break. The app has features that allow users to de-stress, send notes to friends, and do other activities that have been demonstrated by studies of Positive Psychology to make people happier
Emily Faith Anderson
Beatrice Egan
Claire Schlenker
Bake & Barter is an application designed to facilitate the baking process at Wellesley College. Baking, or cooking, on campus can be really difficult because you often do not have the ingredients or supplies that you need, you do not have a good way to dispose of leftovers, and you may not have the baking knowledge that you need. A baking culture does not exist at Wellesley, and there is currently no way for student bakers to connect with each other. The goal of Bake & Barter is to serve as a resource to connect bakers and create a baking community. Once bakers are connected, they can share ingredients, supplies, recipes, and advice. Ideally, Bake & Barter will be used to enhance the student baking experience at Wellesley.
Maria Tilden
Jenny Mittelman
Teresa Tai

Taste Buds is a mobile social web-application focusing on trying to enhance the Wellesley College students’ dining experiences. The application has a number of features that promote this more social approach to dining including: checking in, reviewing food, sending messages, checking menus, being notified when a food you like or would like to avoid is being served, etc. Have a good time eating and socializing with your buds!
Charlene Lee
Nora McKinnell
SooIn Yoon

Wellesley Loop is an app that allows you to conveniently access and track information about the Wellesley community that is relevant to you. Through Wellesley Loop, you can track specific terms and receive notifications through text or email when there are events or news items related to those terms. Wellesley Loop allows you to stay in the loop about things that are important to you and keep connected to the Wellesley community.

Morgyne Weaver
Echo Yue
Yi Tong

Wellcome is a social platform that offers more options for people to meet new friends and talk to each other outside of the classroom. We believe that a collision like this could spark interesting thoughts and maintain friendships that could otherwise be ruined by spatial boundaries. Gathering students and faculty to have lunch or dinner together, or planning events would be casual ways to get to know other people and learn about new things outside of your daily routine.

Emily Tohir
Rebecca Scanlon
Jeannie Zheng

Spam-A-Lot is a mobile app that streamlines the spamming experience. After the extinction of paper “spamming”, student organizations on campus are posting spam on several different social networking portals in the hopes of getting word out about their events on campus. The multiple spamming environments (emails, Google groups, social media networks, etc.) are overwhelming, difficult to navigate and easy to overlook - a problem that affects not only the organization hosting the event, but also peers looking to attend events around campus. Spam-a-lot makes it simple for users by bringing event searching and spamming into one platform. All events posted by student organizations are easily navigated, searched, and filtered by users. This application combines aspects of Twitter, Facebook, Google Calendar and Groups to create a unified events forum.


Spring 2011, final project
iPhone Applications for the Wellesley Community

Heidi Wang '12
Yun Chi '13

WTH is an application for exploring the Wellesley Campus. It is designed to engage users in a fun playful discovery of special places on campus.
Kelsey Tempel '13
Annie Wang '12
Ashley Riccardi '13
Peter Pan is an application for tracking Wellesley College buses. It enables users to access real-time information regarding about next bus, seats available, things to do while waiting, and lost and found items.
Christina Chin '11
Lorraine Shim '11
Amanda Pollak '12

WFinder enable users to find out information about people, places and things (other resources) on campus easily while on the go.
Margaret Ligon '13
Taili Feng '13
Katherine Obermeyer'14

WellesleyWeb is an application for accessing essential Wellesley College's information quickly and easily while on the go.