A note from the creators

(From left to right) Anya Nutakki, Hana Stauss, Emma Butler, and Savannah Luy

None of us knew that walking into Kode with Klossy on the first day would result in us walking out a girl coder. Sure, the website said we would learn how to code in the description. However, we are no ordinary girl coders. We are girl heroes flying around the planet with our cool capes making changes to the world. Little by little, code by code, we are creating things from the ground up. Long gone are the days where we had great ideas, but never had the skill to put them in action. Coding changed that.

In the past two weeks, we have been introduced to the the one thing that runs our world: code. From stop lights to computers, coding is everywhere, and it has been a priviledge to immerse ourselves in the language. For the final project, we wanted to create something that we all believed in. This is why we chose to build our app around community service. Because we believe in the importance of giving back, we wanted to help others to give back to their own community. In addition, through our app, people are able to decide how to help their community based on their personality. This way, not only do they get the best out of serving their community, the people who are being served do as well. We hope you enjoy this app as much as we did creating it.

The 3 Personality Types

What do they mean?


An extrovert will talk with someone else rather than sit alone and think. They tend to think as they speak. Concepts just don't seem real to them unless they can talk about them; reflecting on them isn't enough. They enjoy social situations and even seek them out since they enjoy being around people.


An ambivert is: balanced, they seek social settings, they are not overly loud and aggressive, they enjoy being outgoing on their own terms. They can work well alone or in groups. On the down side, this level of flexibility can cause them to be indecisive.


Being around lots of people drains an introvert's energy. They enjoy solitude and normally have a small group of friends. People often describe introverts as quiet, making it hard for people to get to know them. Too much stimulation leaves them feeling distracted and unfocused.