TriPal is an interactive health triangle. It's a program that works to balance out users' lives, specifically pertaining to their mental, physical, and social well being. To begin, the user will take a quiz and answer a few questions about their practices and habits. Once they submit the quiz they will be given the value for their three angles (mental, physical, and social), reflecting their answers. The user is given the option to draw a triangle that matches. They can then identify what kind of triangle they are and go on the physical, social, and mental pages for tips and resources to conduct a more balanced, healthier life.

"What I liked the most about working on TriPal were the people I worked with and just the group environment itself. TriPal would not have been possible or as good as it is if it weren't for the awesome people I worked with. "
— Cheyenne

Organization: Girls Who Code
Project Link: View Project Demo
Student: Cheyenne Gaima
Project Team Members: Eden Elam, Jenesis Duran
Type of Work: Analytics
Location: DC - Lockheed Martin/Georgetown 2
Grade: 11th Grade
Year Created: 2015

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