They wanted to help people organize clutter in their closets and make it available to the visually impaired as well. So, a JATC team of students from Bingham, Herriman, Riverton, West Jordan and Murray High designed what is called the ‘Pocket Closet’ app with an accessibility feature so anyone can use it. The app lets you know exactly what you have in your closet at any given time, manages your clothing inventory, lets you know the last time you wore something and even has a donation feature if you want to get rid of some things you no longer wear.
The students entered the app in the Verizon Innovative Learning app challenge and they won! That means the JATC student entry was best among all middle and high school entries in the state. They received $5,000 prize and a tablet for every team member. Now this talented team is in the running for the App Challenge Fan Favorite award. The Fan Favorite award winner will receive $15,000.
You can help the JATC team win Fan Favorite by texting POCKET to 22333 by midnight on Feb. 14.