Building a new Student Handbook
If anyone has ever used a student handbook and tried to organise their courses, they will notice one big thing; they suck. They are hard to navigate, aren’t based upon the regular use cases, and are overall a strange labyrinth of course codes that mean nothing to the regular user.
With building this, I could plan out everything nicely, but I think that it would be better to just wing it, and iteratively develop with feedback from my peers (who are conveniently university).
Straw, sticks or bricks?
I messaged my friend Nick to get a better understanding about Node, and found out that it’s used for backend services. Manipulating the front end would be achieved through something along the lines of React.js or Angluar.js.
Before I start this project, I need to become somewhat familiar with the tools I’ll be using.