Our project a Discord Bot Engine. There is a messaging platform called Discord widely used to communicate with others. Our project allows anyone with no experience with programming to make a discord bot using a simple easy to use application to create any bot you can think of using blocks like those found on Scratch.
We came up with our idea when we realized that knowledge of how to program efficiently was really uncommon, so we decided to make it easier for everyone else.
Our idea evolved into this project that you see called Discord Bot Engine, allowing anyone to create Discord bots without any prior programming knowledge.
Our project works like the child’s programming language, “Scratch.” There are drag-and-drop blocks that users can interact with to create instructions for the bot.
We want to allow everyone in the world to create discord bots, regardless of their coding experience.
This project has a clear, well thought out and researched vision and method for social impact.
Such a great idea! I love that you honed in your design for a specific community. You all did an excellent job and designing something that could share your ideas and skillsets I'm sure would benefit many of the Discord user-base.
The visuals that you created to show the functionality of your Discord Bot engine were really helpful. Many people would love to know how to design a Discord bot, so this project is definitely in demand! A possible next step would be to create some possible use cases so the viewer can get a better understanding of the versatility of your tool. What could users use this Discord Bot engine do design? What types of problems would that solve?
Great concept. The purpose of a prototype is to share a vision of your product and how it will work. You did a wonderful job of "pitching" your solution in particular in your YouTube video. I'm a Slack user and sometime Discord user and I am familiar with bots. For someone who might not be it might have helped to share some more "real world" examples of what your solution could do. This said, if your audience of your video and presentation is someone who knows the tool well then maybe not as important. It all depends on the audience you are 'pitching' to and something to keep in mind as you progress.
I like this idea a lot, I wanted to see a live demo of it working. Did you develop one?
There is a video demonstration link at the end of the google slides. There, you can see our project actually working!
its really cool