VEX Robotics Competition Team Website Challenge Sponsored by Dell
We are proud to again offer you this website challenge sponsored by Dell. Participants will see some things different this season, especially as it applies to this challenge. One of the most prominent changes you see that first place does not include an invitation to VEX Worlds 2021. But, the great news for that is there are many other challenges that can still get a team to Worlds if they choose to enter many. What you WILL see shortly are additional prizes to this challenge that includes many DELL products. We are finalizing those. The second change is that this challenge is no longer available for VEX IQ Challenge participants. We are offering a few additional challenges for your VEX IQ Challenge students to enter and hopefully as we move to planning next season, we may look into re-adding it.
ABOUT THE CHALLENGE
Your program’s website is very important for making a good first impression as it often is the first contact that people have. Therefore, the website affects the overall image and reputation of your program which can lead to increased recognition.
Design – The website should have an appealing, welcoming layout that is easy to read and navigate. Create an impression of excellence that exemplifies the program culture.
Up to Date – Ensure that the site is current and revised regularly.
In this challenge, your team will develop a website that promotes your entire robotics program – VEX Robotics Competition or VEX U team(s) and any other robotics programs you participate in, your outreach activities, how to join, what you have done, who you are, where you are, and what you plan to do in the future. In short, build a website that tells the world how great youth robotics is and how special your programs are.
You are encouraged to promote all the STEM activities in which your robotics program participates (VRC, BEST, Botball, FIRST, TSA, PLTW, SKILLS USA, SKILLS Canada, underwater robotics, workshops, camps, math competitions, bridge building, solar-powered cars, etc.).
Your website should include recognition for sponsors, teachers, and mentors.
Questions to consider before submitting your website:
- How well does the website tell the story of the program?
- Does it provide information for outsiders wanting to learn about your program?
- Is the website attractive and easy to navigate and does it have a unified design?
- Does the website have a clear, easy-to-use layout, good structure, and consistent use of colors, menus, and imagery?
- Does it include outreach activities, who you are, where you are, what you have done, and future plans?
Paly VEX Robotics is proud to present our team website! Featuring our project archive, competition reflections, and photography gallery, the site tells our story as a team in a clean, comprehensive format. It also showcases our blog, where we've documented our VEX robotics experience during the coronavirus pandemic. Finally, it describes our team's goals, values, and hardworking members!
BWHS Robotics and team 33691A is in its fifth year of operation. Every year we have learned a vast amount of raised the bar even higher. We took it upon ourselves to create a professional website to reach out and inform the public of who we are. We also believe in embracing core STEM skills such as programming, which is why we have programmed this website using multiple languages and libraries such as React JS, SCSS, CSS, HTML, JQuery, and Bootstrap.
The Orchard Hills Robotics program began "unofficially" in the 2014-2015 season with the Skyrise game. In 2015-2016 Coach Lund took over the program and the "official" seasons began and the "ROBOHAWKS" came to be! In the first official season 20 students (with only 2 girls!) joined an after school club and competed only locally in our Tustin Unified district tournaments. The program has grown each year and continues to become a present force in the VEX robotics world! We have grown to over 65 students and 12 VEX IQ and VRC teams. We have competed all over...
The VEX Robotics Program is one of the numerous STEM clubs here at Metea Valley. Founded in 2012, our teams have proven successful each season. Of course, we wouldn't be here without our fantastic coaches who have guided our students on the path to success. For MVHS Robotics' Website, we chose to code our website from scratch on GitHub using the programming languages HTML and CSS, with no template. The goal of our website is to not only inform others of the VEX program but to also inform them specifically about Metea's Robotics Program and to display our teams'...
Sandpiper School serves students in grades TK-8th grade. Our VEX robotics program was started by Principal Tamara Moore in 2014 with just 2 teams, 10 students total. Since then, our program has grown considerably and consistently has sent teams to VEX Worlds, has hosted the Sandpiper Robotics Tournament and the Bay Area Robotics League, and has provided volunteers for the California State Tournament and VEX Worlds.
For these reasons, in 2018, Sandpiper School was awarded the "Volunteer of the Year Award" at the California State Tournament.
Sandpiper has... Read more
The ACPO VEX Robotics middle school team is proud to present its website. We designed and coded this website with HTML and CSS. We used the Bootstrap framework to make sure the website was responsive on all devices and screen sizes. Our website is hosted on Amazon Web Services. It includes our teams, achievements, robots, competitions, and instructors. Currently, our team has no sponsors therefore we did not mention them on our website.
The terminology used in our code (paste link in a new tab if the link does not work):
This is team 47774C, Universal Fighters submission for the Team Website challenge. We are a private/indepent team based in Redmond, Washington. Our website was designed to give information and promote our team, and we have added in some resources/tips as well. Our website was put together using a template, but information w/ hyperlinks and other graphic designs were inserted using html.
The Royals (82050) is a high school VRC club based out of John Fraser SS in Mississauga, Canada. We strive to introduce robotics to new students, and believe that our website is another great outlet to do so!
Our website was built completely from scratch with ReactJS, Gatsby, and ChakraUI. It features how students at our school can get involved, along with current members and supervisors. It also includes a 3-D CAD of our Change Up robot, with viewers being able to directly interact with it.
Our website's code can be found here:
The Avengineers VRC Team 1155A presents to you our 2020 - 2021 Team Website! Our website showcases our 1155A and newly formed 1155V teams as well as our school, a club history, our competition hosting efforts, and more! Now mobile-friendly! We can't wait for each and every one of you to come and check it out!
Our website has embedded HTML for the 3D Models and a custom design. We also have no team sponsors.
We are Mustang Robotics. An afterschool robotics club from Otay Ranch High School in Chula Vista, California. Our goal of this website is to inform those curious individuals about our club and expalinwhat we stand for/what we are up to. Over quarantine, we assembled a team dedicated to creating the website, while still working on other online challenges. Although this is our first attempt at creating a website, we are proud of what it represents and hope make have been able to capture what it means to be apart of Mustang Robtics.
Nicolette Lamana, Angelica Lewis, and Ella Murray, representing Notre Dame Academy, put together this website. A large part of our website describes the challenges we have faced due to COVID-19, as it has completely changed the way we have been doing robotics at Notre Dame Academy. We included information about other VEX Online Challenges our team is participating in, interviewed the coordinator of our school’s STEM Program, gathered photos of our team, and reviewed past competition scores. By collaboratively design a website that reflects the enthusiasm of our team, it softens...
Programmed by team 2496J from Beckman Robotics!
WPI's VEX U program consists of a fully student-run team that spans numerous majors and backgrounds.We provide a flexible space for undergraduates to learn, contribute, and compete on their schedules, so that anyone can apply their knowledge and passion for robotics in a fun, team-centered environment. Even in the midst of COVID-19, we have found creative ways to on-board new team members and build competitive robots in a safe and inclusive manner.
Per WPI policy, the website is hosted in...
This website have been participated in Online Challenge in 6 years. This year, we Rejuvenate our website, especially in home page. We think home page is very important to attract people to stay and browse our website. Therefore, we need to pick a signature photo in thousand of photos in last 10 years. Finally, we choose a photo that a team member wear a shirt print as our city name “ Hong Kong 香港” and city line. We show that we are proud to call ourselves not only our school name but also Hong Kong ROBOTICS TEAM.
We change o...
This is a website that our group made it together by using our coding skills in HTML, CSS, JS, JQuery, and Bootstrape. The website talks about every detail of our process while we are studying, designing, training, and practicing for the VEX competition in 2021. On the website, you will be able to find the process of our daily practice, the design of the robot, and everything about our team members. You may also see the hard works that we did. The website is all made by ourselves, without helps from adults. Have fun watching our website. Thanks!
Below is the link to the website for the VEX Robotics Competition Team 1691A located in Cary, NC. We are a 4th year, student led, independent team (not from a school or club) that consists of 6 current team members that represent 4 different schools throughout the triangle region. This website was created by current team member Emalee, using Google Sites.
Team 8054 is from Mira Costa HS, a public high school in Southern California. This is our seventh year competing in VEX Robotics, but only our first year participating in VEX's Online Challenges. A select group of our students programmed our new website (found at https://www.team8054.ml/) from scratch, using only HTML, CSS, and JS.
Our website includes several features, from a contact form for questions and suggestions to an FAQ section that is constantly being updated as new members join our team and ask questions. We hope to include even more features in the future so...