Course Projects, 2018

Here are our projects from 2018. You can find more detail about these projects in site postings here. For projects from other years, please see the links below.

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Caterpillar is known as the Mercedes Benz of construction, and the cabs on their vehicles do not disappoint. In this project, our teams worked closely with experts from Caterpillar to prototype software for a new Caterpillar vehicle.
Client: David Hedley, Caterpillar UX
Team 1: Z Desai, Gupta, Kalaignani, Mehta, Nandakumar, M Pandya
Team 2: Kulkarni, Misarwala, Panakanti, K Pandya, Yan, Zhu


The ongoing digitization of healthcare in the US offers many opportunities for improving doctor and patient experience. This team worked with UX experts from electronic health record company Allscripts to to prototype one possible improvement.
Client: Ross Teague, Allscripts
Team: Gong, Maniktala, Milliken, Nagasimha, Shi, Sivagaminathan


In an NC State introductory biology class for non-majors, student teams collect data about dozens of trees on campus. This team designed tools to support that class.
Team: Albert, Chawla, Collins, Ly, Liu, Mee, Narayanaswamy


Josh Whiton, NCSU CS alum and founder of public transport startup TransLoc, is starting a movement that seeks to make our land use renewable. This team helped him develop applications supporting that emerging movement.
Client: Josh Whiton
Team: Ding, Khandekar, Sharma, Singh, Wena, G Zhang


The Institute for Emerging Issues (IEI) in the Hunt Library raises consciousness about emerging issues facing our state. Their large, touchscreen Forum in the lobby engages visitors on those issues. This team helped IEI consider how to upgrade its Forum to an open, web-based platform.
Client: James Herrick and Patrick Cronin of IEI
Team: Chopra, Datla, Hsiao, Mishra, Satarkar, Yang, Yeh


One of LexisNexis' goals is improving the global rule of law, which strengthens societal well-being with comprehensive and strongly enforced legislation. This team created and tested infographics for educating the broader public about the rule of law.
Client: James Broughton, VP for UX at LexisNexis
Team: P Desai, Himani, Hong, Parikh, Yu, W Zhang