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Senior Project Winners 2015

Announcing the 2015 Senior Project Showdown Winners

By DeVry University


Congratulations to the 2015 Senior Project Showdown winners! Senior Project Showdown is a national competition of projects from DeVry University’s capstone senior experience. 

A panel of judges comprised of DeVry University faculty and staff determined ten finalists, scored on innovation, real-world problem solving and creativity. Finalists were reviewed by leaders from Microsoft, Cisco, Adobe and Hewlett-Packard, with top honors determined by public voting.

The national champions of the 2015 Senior Project Showdown are:

FIRST PLACE - Soapbox:

Project Description: For our project we were glad to partner with Catie’s Bubbles, a small business located in Forked River, NJ. Catie’s Bubbles produces and sells homemade artisan soaps for wet shaving and a variety of products related to shaving on their website. We saw an opportunity to help bring Catie’s Bubbles brand to the next level by providing new designs for their logo, product labels, website, flyers, business card, thank you cards, an instructional video and t-shirt. We provided 18 labels with an individual color scheme for easy recognition of each scent. We worked closely with the business owner to achieve what he wanted and also collected feedback from his customers through Facebook during our design process. We had an awesome experience working with a real life company and hope that our project will help them grow.

Team Members: Alicia Valenzuela, Edgar Navarrete, Fabio Cordeiro, Paul Lacko

Campus: North Brunswick, NJ

SECOND PLACE – 47th Ward: Find your Services: 

Project Description: The Find Your Services Webpage allows the user to get information about the different services that are available in the 47th Ward. We had an awesome experience working with a real life company and hope that our project will help them grow.

Team Members: Stephanie Beltran, Michael Dubberke, Chi Lam, Alexis Fagaragan

Campus: Chicago Campus

THIRD PLACE: ^5 Helping Hands: 

Project Description: 3d printed prosthetic hand controlled by a wireless device called Myo Armband.

Team Members: Matthew Osbirn, Ronneece Gilmore, Angela Lucarelli, Saulo Solis

Campus: Chicago Campus