My team worked on Helping Hands Technology, which was a company that focused on helping Habitat for Humanity Restore improve their website. Working on this project taught me to always be able to adapt because most of the time your first idea will not work. Starting off we had something completely different in mind for our company but as we research more deeply we discovered that it would not be a viable service. This forced us to go back to the drawing board to think of a new way to roll out our ideas.
Changing directions in such a short period of time was hard, but we were able to finally find a suitable solution that wasn’t so far off from the original idea. This lead to many brainstorming sessions to catch up and produce what was needed. Walking through the steps to make this project functional like the business case and process map taught me how to break down a project so that anyone would understand our idea just by reading the documents. I found this to be very intriguing and made me think about our solution from a different point of view.