Past Projects


  • Study in a Flash

    Information: Students in pharmacy school are faced with the challenge of memorizing an immense amount of drug and disease state information in a short amount of time. We have identified a need for a tool to aid students in learning and retaining this material. Many students utilize technology both for studying and in their daily lives. Our goal is to create an application that will serve as a fun and interactive way to enhance student's study habits. We hope this will incorporate studying with the technology they are already using on a routine bases. The ability for students to play games against each other capitalizes on the competitive nature of pharmacy students.

  • Alpha Phi Omega Chapter Management

    Information: Our mission is to improve the Earl Park Public Library's website by creating different types of content for different types of information. This will hopefully allow the library administrators to create a more professional and uniform website, clarifying functionality and increasing ease of use for the user.
  • Mental Health of America   Crisis Center
    Mental Health of America Crisis Center Scheduling System

    Information: The goal of this project is to schedule shifts for volunteers in the MHACC, based on user priorities and with trainee-trainer pairing constraints. This is a web portal which allows each volunteers to log in and indicate their shift preferences/view their schedule.
  • Earl Park Public Library
    Earl Park Public Library

    Information: Our mission is to improve the Earl Park Public Library's website by creating different types of content for different types of information. This will hopefully allow the library administrators to create a more professional and uniform website, clarifying functionality and increasing ease of use for the user.
  • University Place Retirement Center
    University Place Retirement Center Calendar Utility

    Information: This project involved converting a monthly schedule from an online website to a well-formatted and printable document in Microsoft Office Word.
  • Judicial Database Systems
    Judicial Database Systems

    Information: The JDS project began in the year 2000. Initially, an Access-based application was delivered, and then a new project was issued. The mission of DISC was to create a web-based interface for securely and accurately retrieving information from the Judicial database. Our product is used by parole officers to gather information on parolees from any computer access.
  • Home with Hope
    Home with Hope

    Information: The Home With Hope project became a part of DISC in Spring 2010. An access-based system was believed to have been delivered to the project partner sometime in 2005, but it was incapable of connecting with its database. Then, the team worked on making a fully-functional system with remote access and secure access to the database. The system that we designed can be accessed by 10-20 users and is able to securely store data for long periods of time (a minmum of 7 years per record).
  • Toast to Mental Health
    Fair Hope

    Information: The Non-profit Organization requires a web-based solution for their daily work, which includes making appointment, quantifying distributed goods, summarizing events, automating report generation etc. The project starts from scratch, involving UI design, font-end/back-end coding, data base.
  • A Fresh Start
    A Fresh Start

    Information: A Fresh Start is a national non-profit organization to organize donations to a variety of different homeless shelters throughout the country. They provide a simple and easy method to find local charities that could use donations, and provide a system for tracking donations. DISC is going to implement an online solution for their databases that are currently on paper.
  • Lafayette Crisis Center
    Dining Courts

    Information: The goal of this project is to use Visual C# to generate a schedule based on user input of each volunteer's schedule. The program creates a calendar that opens on the LCC's Windows computer. The next part of the project is to create a web portal to allow volunteers to sign up online and add the scheduling algorithm.