Naomie Grenier-Pleau / naomiegenevieve.com

About me


About
Naomie is a passionate and determined person who is strong in both designer and developer skills. She is remembered by many projects, mainly by the reputation of her most recent, thesis project called Gradient, in which she developed and designed an app for use in educational scenarios. Her greatest accomplishment in the field is designing an entire admin console by herself over her summer internship.

Q&A
Naomie, how are you always ahead in all your projects?
I like to get sh*t done.

Naomie, how are you always happy and full of energy?
Magic.

FUN FACTS
I am featured in a song, even though I cannot sing if my life depended on it.

My first language is French.

Sometimes I squat my friends on the beach.





Naomie Grenier-Pleau


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About
Naomie is a passionate and determined person who is strong in both designer and developer skills. She is remembered by many projects, mainly by the reputation of her most recent, thesis project called Gradient, in which she developed and designed an app for use in educational scenarios. Her greatest accomplishment in the field is designing an entire admin console by herself over her summer internship. .



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Q&A
Naomie, how are you always ahead in all your projects?
I like to get sh*t done.

Naomie, how are you always happy and full of energy?
Magic.
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FUN FACTS
I am featured in a song, even though I cannot sing if my life depended on it.

My first language is French.

Sometimes I squat my friends on the beach.



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Gradient

Education
UI
Development

Reduce phone use in class while being rewarded with Gradient

why?

Most post secondary students use their phones in class for non-educational purposes. In class phone use has a direct correlation with lower grades in students.

what?

Gradient will help students reduce their phone use in class.

how?

Gradient rewards students with grades to motivate them to not use their mobile phones in class. The application counts how many times students unlock their phones during class, the lower amount of unlocks, the higher amount of points they receive. At the end of the semester, professors will covert the points to grades.