Makey Makeys and Digital Development

I'm in a course called digital development, which aims to teach us (as designers) how to better communicate with developers. This includes learning how to write in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript in order to create prototypes that convey the look and feel of the application, in addition to wireframes and other usual technical data. The professor, Erik Klimczak, is the owner and creative director of Truth Labs- a digital design and development agency here in Chicago.

Below is a physical build out of a project we got one week to come up with, design, and build. All we got was a makey make and access to these simple mini games to connect the device to in some way. Check out the device our team of 4 made! It worked great, and I believe we came in first of all the team's creations.

Here's a few photos of what other teams came up with:

I'm still trying to figure out the best way to share my other projects, looking into github repositories, but in the meantime, here's one of my other early assignments, where I was learning about variables and some of the details within JavaScript.