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Prize-winning apps below.
Winners of AppJamming Summit 2016, All Access from Hong Kong, developed an app that allows people with special needs in mobility locate elevators nearby in public transportation. Cecilia Sze Yin Lam, 15, and Venetia Wing Tsing Ng, 14, both from Diocesan Girls’ School worked together to create the app. “I really enjoyed sharing my ideas with everyone, especially the part where we stood at our booth to showcase our ideas and talk to people,” Cecilia shared.
First runners-up of AppJamming Summit 2016, Rayasam Harshini, Lam Li Ting and Ahlysha Panickar, Secondary 4 students from Raffles Girls’ School, Singapore, created an app that reduces societal food wastage by keeping track of grocery expiry dates.
Aadi Anand, 10, from HKIS, won Best App in Primary School Award with his digital repository app. EverMemory was created with parents in mind, allowing them to organise precious moments of their children digitally. Aadi shares that preparing well for his presentation was crucial to his success. “I learned a lot from the AppJamming Summit and really enjoyed it. It took me two weeks to prepare for my presentation, preparing at home and also at First Code Academy campus.”
“Brick Clicker”, a game app that lets users collect money to buy a house by clicking bricks clinched the Most Creative App award in AppJamming Summit 2016. Created by Bobby Li (Grade 6) and Magnus Harvey (Grade 5), of Nord Anglia International School and Canadian International School of Hong Kong respectively, the app features retro graphics reminiscent of board games. “AJS was really fun. It took us three weeks to prepare for our presentation. I think we can improve by adding more features to our app,” the creators say.
Magic Paint House
Magic Paint House, an app that helps users renovate their homes within a budget, features bright graphics and a professional interface created by Ethan Choi, 10, of the Victoria Shanghai Academy. It won the Most Voted App award
Winner of the Best Presentation Award, Anna Desfretier, Year 6 student of Renaissance College Hong Kong, shares that the AppJamming Summit experience was fun and challenging. Her app Homework Organizer, a personal schedule planner for homework, features a clean interface that highlights functionality.