COMD 520 Section 5 & 6 at Pratt Institute
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SportTracker

Being a student-athlete is a tough and demanding task. You must be able to balance your schoolwork, your social life and sports. Allocating the right amount of time for these activities is always difficult, especially when your workload can cause you to stay up long nights before a game day or practice. Often, athletes will fail to perform at their maximum levels due to a lack of sleep. Time management is key in be able to manage your priorities as a student-athlete. In order to have success in college athletics, you must be able to have success in the classroom and in life. 

This website serves as an outlet for student-athletes who need to find ways to better manage their time. Tips are offered in order to guide athletes who need advice, as well as a time management calendar, where users can input their daily tasks into a weekly grid, spacing out their activities. You can then submit your grid to a professional, where your schedule can be evaluated and guidance can be given in the form of an email. The website also features a blog, where users can submit tips on time management that can be approved, and uploaded weekly. Videos and helpful tips are included on the different pages.


SportTracker

Project by
Andrew Yaglenski

Semester
Fall 2017

Sector
Service

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Proposal

Being a student-athlete is a tough and demanding task. You must be able to balance your schoolwork, your social life and sports. Allocating the right amount of time for these activities is always difficult, especially when your workload can cause you to stay up long nights before a game day or practice. Often, athletes will fail to perform at their maximum levels due to a lack of sleep. Time management is key in be able to manage your priorities as a student-athlete. In order to have success in college athletics, you must be able to have success in the classroom and in life. 

This website serves as an outlet for student-athletes who need to find ways to better manage their time. Tips are offered in order to guide athletes who need advice, as well as a time management calendar, where users can input their daily tasks into a weekly grid, spacing out their activities. You can then submit your grid to a professional, where your schedule can be evaluated and guidance can be given in the form of an email. The website also features a blog, where users can submit tips on time management that can be approved, and uploaded weekly. Videos and helpful tips are included on the different pages.

Andrew Yaglenski

 

Prototype Video

 

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Designer

Andrew Yaglenski

I am currently enrolled at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, majoring in Communications Design, with a focus in Graphic Design. My work consists of branding projects, packaging and illustration. My greatest passions are designing logos, creating motion graphics and branding. 

I am originally from Frederick, Maryland and graduated from Urbana High School. I was inspired to go into Graphic Design by my dad, who currently is the Director of Communications at IEEE-USA. Over the years, he has passed down his design knowledge to me, which has furthered my passions and ambitions to become better at what I do in the design field.

Portfolio  

 

Desktop

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Mobile

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User Experience Design

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