Student Final Projects
Student Project Gallery
Citibike Station Analysis
by Alyssa Bianco, GA NYC
New York City
Bianco, a data analyst at Dstillery, took a deep dive into public data from New York City’s bikeshare program. By compiling, scrubbing, and analyzing the data using Python code, she was able to pinpoint the most popular routes for cycling commuters.
by Jean Kwon, GA NYC
New York City
Kwon, senior product designer at Viacom, examined data from Pantheon’s historical popularity index. After identifying the top 10 figures, she created segments to identify relationships and trends in gender, location, industry, and more.
World Happiness 2017
by Rachel Forray, GA NYC
New York City
Forray, product analyst at Reonomy, sought to better understand the World Happiness Report and the factors that affected scores. Reconciling data types, she merged this set with details from the UN to paint a more nuanced picture of global rankings.
by Jammy Braibant, GA Sydney
Braibant, design team lead at Ingram Micro, let user interviews inform Wanderlist, a travel-planning website and app. The case study includes user flows, information, architecture, and research-backed wireframes and prototypes.
by Jayden Panetta, GA Sydney
Panetta, a product designer, conducted user interviews, competitive research, and affinity mapping to create Connect. The app allows locals, tourists, and solo travelers to plan shared experiences based on common interests.
by Joel Judal, GA SF
Judal, a UX designer and art director, played off of a personal interest in men’s fashion with this interactive app. Compiling personas, IA, and hi-fi prototypes, his goal was to help users increase their style IQ — and their confidence.
by Jansene Alegre, GA Melbourne
Alegre, creatives and marketing manager at KompacPlus, compiled a plan to increase brand awareness in Malaysia by boosting email subscriptions. Tactics include paid search and social media marketing, a dedicated landing page, and iterative A/B testing.
by Gregory Ly, GA Boston
Ly, account executive at Havas Health & You, helped a Boston-based artist solicit commissions and consultations by building regional brand awareness. His recommendations include tactics for content, organic search, and social media marketing.
by Vanessa Mekonnen, GA SF
Mekonnen, a growth marketing manager at ARC Document Solutions, focused on optimizing Pinx Catering’s web presence. Her plan includes social media tactics across Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram marketing as well as paid search and SEO.
by Nina Petrowski, GA Boston
Petrowski, a senior analyst at Precision Xtract, focused on the Bluebikes bikeshare program, comparing use by gender across points like trip duration and rides by station and identifying a low subscriber rate among women.
by Fernando Murias, GA Online
Murias explores what would happen if “consumers could invest in fantasy sports teams and trade them like stocks” with Fanvest. He lays out a business model, personas, an acquisition strategy, and success metrics for "the stock market of sports.”
by Erica Solari, GA Online
Solari, senior project manager at Cantina, tackled the problem of choice overload among adult readers with Litspiration, a recommendation app. She used competitive analysis, risk assessment, and feature roadmapping to highlight its product/market fit.
by Jillian Specter, GA Online
Specter, senior UX/UI designer at Monster Energy, helps customers “find their flavor in a fun way” with an eCommerce solution for the Carbon Nation beverage company. Specter laid out target personas, company objectives and key results (OKRs), and success.
Mapping Natural Disasters via Social Media
by Cameron Bronstein, GA New York
New York City
This natural language processing and classification modeling project analyzes social media posts, determining where people need assistance during and after natural disasters.
Predicting Economic Wage Loss Caused by Natural Disasters
by Drew Hoppes, Tri Nguyen, Chris Shaw, and Ashley White, GA Washington, D.C.
This group project, which quantifies the economic impact of natural disasters on the labor market, is powered by ARIMA and SARIMAX modeling and logistic regression.
Topic Evolution in Life Sciences Research
by Jingfei Cai, GA Washington, D.C.
This final project uses text mining and dynamic topic modeling to analyze text from biomedical and life science and gain insights on research topic trends.
Jannon's Cupcake Creator
by Jannon Jeffries, GA Chicago
by Eric Irving
International Monetary Fund
by Amanda Thomas, GA Washington, D.C.
User-focused knowledge distribution to encourage flexible work arrangements, powered by employer and employee interviews and usability testing.
The Bacon Dilemma
by Nick Black GA London
A low-cost, low-resource consumer packaging upgrade to an offline user experience, achieved via research and wireframing.
by Eveline Fielding, GA London
A redesigned role creation flow to break down barriers between hiring managers and students, compiled via surveys, journey mapping, and A/B testing.
by Juan Baires and Luis Ortiz, GA Washington, D.C.
Make dinner decisions in an app programmed with MongoDB, Express, React, and Node.
by Vincent Gu, GA Online
Keep tabs on your reading list via this app, built with MongoDB, Express, and EJS views.
by Sathya Ram and Marichka Tsiuriak, GA Washington, D.C.
Organize your groceries using an app made with MongoDB, Express, React, and Node.
by Deeter Cesler and Kelly Molumby GA Denver
Review and research landlords with this web app, powered by MongoDB, Express, Node.js, and Bootstrap.
by Ai Yen Tam, GA Washington, D.C.
Settlers of Catan
by Bryant Cabrera, GA Los Angeles
Cherokee County Voter Registration
by Frank Schieber, GA Atlanta
Schieber, senior demand generation manager at PGi, compared census and voter data from Cherokee County, Georgia, to examine the correlation between voter registration and election day turnout.
Post-Graduate Education and Employment Satisfaction Rates
by Alejandro Umerez
Umerez, a sales manager at Uber, uses matrix operations and data visualization to explore how holding a college degree affects the job satisfaction of millennials employed by the federal government.
Predicting Broadband Subscriptions by U.S. Region
by DeVan Hankerson
Hankerson, senior director of public policy and government relations at Goodfriend Government Affairs, used exploratory data analysis and predictive modeling to examine Americans with below-average rates of broadband internet adoption.
2016 Election Spend
by Annie Lin, GA San Francisco
Lin, director of employee success at Lever, uses Excel and SQL to analyze campaign expenditure data from the 2016 election, yielding surprising discoveries about the spending habits of presidential candidates.