Paper Hat is a Vue.Js Laravel web app that aims to help users in their career path fulfillment providing real life experiments. The user registers on the website and starts answering to Chatbot’s questions, which can be different depending on the user’s answer. After answering to the questions, the system brings more detailed questions with graphics that user needs to fill out. When user submits the information, the system generates all questions and answers with graphics, making it better to understand and design their career path. The career path is now saved in their profile and they can do as many experiments as they want. They also can share their path stories with other users.
The main challenge was a tight deadline. Students from Stanford University provided us with the designed mock ups and we had only three weeks to provide a MVP so that they could have a successful presentation.
The team gets together and did a detailed task management to meet the deadline. Back and front end developers worked together and very synchronized. We developed the architecture for different type of outcomes depending on user’s answers. Our QA worked fast and detailed to meet the highest possible quality in that short period of time.
PHP 7, LARAVEL 5.7,
Stanford’s students successfully managed their presentation and now they are experiencing a big interest to the website.
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THE WOW FEEDBACK
AIST did a stellar job on our web application project. In the beginning, we weren't sure if we'd be able to get our behemoth project built in such a short amount of time of three weeks. Team went above and beyond to make sure that our requirements were fulfilled by the deadline and that the quality of work meets our standards. My favorite thing about working with AIST is their openness to communication and feedback. They are always available over chat or call to respond to our questions and requests. They also patient in walking us through any technicalities involved. Most of the time they finished everything earlier than we expected. These were great pleasant surprise moments we appreciated. It was a great pleasure working with AIST.http://paperhat.world/
Student from Stanford