Helping to inform and inspire young people
Students looked at monetising their apps today. Most went for an optional paid for version - with added features. Some decided to have 3rd party advertisers - though this was discouraged amoung most students!
They then moved onto computers to finalise their protypes. They got it to development stage - and even designed logos using photoshop. Great job everyone!
Students producing the anti-bullying app chose warm, safe colours for their designs - and the DLR checker app matched the DLR colours.
Everyone was really pleased with their apps: "I chose to create an antibullying app as I'm intersted in helping people who are being bullied. I'vev known people who have been bullied nad I wanted to help them" said Christopher.
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