Enable users to collaborate effectively, today.
We’ve all been in meetings where we feel like they could have gone a little better, or meetings where we felt were just a plain waste of our time. We want to collaborate effectively with our team members, because that’s where work is fun and progress is made.
So how do we do that? And how do we do that, without drastically changing the way that people conduct their meetings?
That’s where our team comes in.
We’re a team of four students from the University of Washington Informatics Program studying a variety of subjects such as cybersecurity, data science, information architecture, human computer interaction, UX, web development, ethics and policy, and internet of things (IoT).
In each of those focuses, we’ve realized as a team that no matter what field you study or specialize in, that you are going to have some sort of team collaboration- most commonly known as “meetings”. We wanted to tackle this everyday occurrence known as “meetings”, and help make each meeting a more valuable experience for everyone involved.
That is the goal of this student Capstone project. That’s what NeatMeet is all about.
We’d love to hear from you! Feel free to reach out to us using the following contact information:
Kari Nasu (UX/UI Designer): email@example.com
Ben Basinski (Web Developer): firstname.lastname@example.org
McKaulay Kolakowski (Web Developer): email@example.com
Joseph Tsai (Project Manager): firstname.lastname@example.org
General Feedback or Questions: email@example.com
Please note that as NeatMeet is a student capstone project that it will not be actively worked on, but still kept alive for usage.