But really, sometimes I am just so surprised with the kind of work I am doing. I came today to continue producing screenshots on powerpoint, but first wanted to fix up Friday's home screen. When putting the screen together, I put little thought into what colors I should use. I decided that now would be a good time to sit down and choose a color scheme for the app. Unfortunately for me, matching colors was never a strength, so I did what one should always do when they're lost: Google It! The screenshot to the left is an app I ultimately downloaded that generates color schemes on demand. There were many applications and websites available to serve this function and now I just have to copy from the colors given to me. Add matching colors to the skills I picked up this summer!
And then I continued to put together screenshots. While these screens take much longer to make then working on Codiqa, I am just abut done with the non QOL screens. The goal is to be done by Thursday so I can review and perfect on Friday and after today I am in a good place for the week. I am becoming more efficient at using powerpoint tools from formatting pictures to setting up hyperlinking throughout the slideshow. Tomorrow I will finish the intervention screens and then begin QOL metric screens. These will be harder to complete as I will have to make more design decisions. I will also play with more survey apps on the iPad to see if and how the design changes depending on the platform being used. Using the Codiqa function of switching from an iPhone and iPad view will serve helpful with deciding how to change the app depending on the screensize.
Jeremy Rosh is a rising Junior studying finance and pursuing a pre-med track at the NYU Stern School of Business. Searching for ways to combine the disciplines of medicine and business, he is working this summer on project to simultaneously improve the quality of care that patients receive while driving down costs. Embracing the summer atmosphere and as an energetic and curious twenty year old, Jeremy cannot wait to see what he will uncover during these next few months.