Our Favorite Works from 2013

by Emily Keller-Logan

As we close out 2013, we wanted to share some of our favorite works from this past year. We’re constantly amazed at the great things happening on Seelio and we can’t wait to see what’s to come in 2014!

Seelio Staff Picks

Sprouts I/O by Cole Houston at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

We love how this technology helps bring farming to urban centers.

 

 

 

 

 

“A Thank You to My Parents” (Series) by Caitlyn Witt from the University of Toledo.

Through reflection and beautiful black and white photography, we love how this photo series captures the path from childhood to adulthood.

 

 

 

 

HelpOut (HackPSU) by Kyle Donnelly and Fletcher Phillips from Pennsylvania State University.

We’re amazed that in one day at a hackathon these collaborators could develop such a beautifully designed technology to encourage volunteering!

 

 

 

Kids-TALK Children’s Advocacy Center Intern by Ariel Piotter from the University of Michigan’s School of Social Work.

We loved the description of how this internship gave hands-on experience to the MSW degree.

 

 

 

 

Persuasive Essay by Matthew Martinell from West Virginia University.

This work’s cover photo first pulled us in and then the objective essay got us to really dive into what might be in outer space!

 

 

 

 

NASA Capstone Project by Marcel Ingels, Tyler Kinner, Michael Baker, Lina Elsamaloty, and Michael Gammo from the University of Toledo.

It’s exciting to see the progress from this senior capstone team about their work to develop specialized technology for NASA.

 

 

 

Eureka! – Discover Inspiring Ideas by Chen-Fang Hsieh, Kevin Soong, Chin-Jui Chen, and Nicolas Hung from the University of Michigan.

We loved the attention to detail and explanation that these collaborators included to show their commitment to this team project (by blaise).

 

 

 

Savin’ Eleven by Jared Hettinger, TC Schiller, and Ash Solano from the University of Texas at Austin.

Another great example of what can come out of a hackathon with a simple and elegant flat design that definitely caught our eye.

 

 

 

Final Report on the iASD Clinic by Katie Donahoe at West Virginia University.

We loved seeing this internship experience come to life and how it led to the discovery of new career goals.

 

 

 

 

 

We want to thank everyone on Seelio for making 2013 such a great year!

See more great works: www.seelio.com/gallery