Computer Graphics, Awards
2021 Carroll County Hackathon
Orbbit, designed by Carroll Community College students James Heller and Cheyenne Tarr, won the best overall app.
Neuroitch, designed by Carroll Community College students Hailey Gee, Wren Stanger and Lauren Conaway, was the best-designed app.
Baltimore Sun Article: Carroll Community College, UMBC students fare well at MAGIC Hackathon
2020 Carroll County Hackathon
Hannah Kedzierski won the Hackathon Logo Competition. James Heller & Cheyenne Tarr won “Best Design” for their app called Cubboard. Abbey Mandl was the graphic designer for the app named Opus which won “Best Idea”.
2019 Carroll County Hackathon
The winning app for the 2019 Carroll County Hackathon was QRx, an app that allows you to transfers your medical information to medical centers’ EMR systems by scanning a QR code. Team members included: Zaaylea Alawode, Liberty High School; Rachel Brown, Carroll Community College; Elias Jaffe, McDaniel College; Hannah Kedzierski, Carroll Community College; and Sarah Wright, McDaniel College.
Best Design Award
A team of three Carroll Community College Computer Graphics students—Christopher Becker of Westminster, Bobby Hough of Sykesville and Samantha Lipscomb of Taneytown—won the “Best Design Award” for their original app entered in the 2018 Carroll County Hackathon competition.
The team created HealthMe, a free wellness app that promotes the well-being of its users through user check-ins, caretaker alerts and mental disorder self-assessments.