School: Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia
Field of study: Visual Communication
Role: Design & layout, site construction
Hi! My name is Sigit, 19 and I’m from Indonesia. Currently I’m studying Visual Communication in Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia. I’m so passionate about this field and at the same time, I have given the most out of what I’ve learned in this field to the development of this website. My hobbies don’t come too far from designing and the Internet world, but I’m also into reading, photography, traveling, history, journalism and international affairs.
It’s been a genuine pleasure to work with this group of highly talented friends from many parts of the world. I must say that this year has been fantastic for me — it’s in many ways so different from my past projects, and the amount of lessons I’ve learned from this team is enormous. Together, we have put many hours of dedication to this project, pushing each of ourselves beyond the limits of what we can do to deliver commendable results with our diverse skills.
I’ve always enjoyed working with people from all over the world, and this year has been no exception. Technological and conditional differences have been the real obstacles, but with a single aim in mind we have managed to make our way through to the finish. This hard-earned project wouldn’t be here today without the contributions and considerations of all team members and coaches.
Ngoc is a fantastic content writer; she worked with Ammu and Lan to provide us with highly informative contents. Ammu wrote some parts of the site and designed some of the amazing Flash demonstrations. Lan did most of the translation of the site to Vietnamese, which we believe is a pioneer in the competition. Ben designed most of the Flash games and helped with the technical aspects of the site. It is exciting to realise that they are not only great to work with, they're actually wicked fun as well! The coaches are no less; they've been trying hard to cope with our problems and help us when we needed it.
It's my final year as a student in ThinkQuest and it is with pride that I can say I ended it to the best that I could. We hope that this can be a worthy resource for everyone!