The multifaceted idea that writing and design form the title of the technical communicator.
Planning for an unknown outcome
Many times we feel stuck in a project like all our ideas aren’t just right, the pieces don’t fit and we don’t know what to do or where to go from there.
An example of a simple grid workshop and the results it yields.
Messaging one another in one of the many varied platforms has become an accepted part of everyday modern society.
The Krissi Xenakis project (Project X) was a sprint-style workshop envisioning a product or service 50 years in the future.
Whether someone wants to be surrounded by family and friends in their home, next to a significant other on the beach, or by themselves in fast food parking lot, Diyagno allows users to control who is with them and how they learn about their condition.
Why is condensing information into a matrix so satisfying?
Making the studio a more beautiful place, one conditional workshop at a time.
A presentation entitled “Design as a Tool of Cultural Preservation” originally recorded at CACE 2018, explains the design process and outcome of the “I AM A MAN” VR exhibition design proposals.
A quick look into the connections between smart devices and the affects of anonymity on the web.
Are humanity’s self-generated problems so wicked that we need superintelligent machines to solve them?
“Color isn’t necessarily the thing that you look at; it’s the thing that makes you sense something that is hopefully emotional”
“As long as you are moving forward”…
Kudos to NC State College of Design sophomore Graphic Design students for the exceptional work they did for the “I AM A MAN” VR exhibition design proposals.
“Even though humans are the animals that shape tools, it is in the nature of tools and man that learning to use tools reshapes us.” -Alan Kay
I’ve been using Reddit, and other online community forums, for my thesis user research on adults newly-diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and their food shopping experiences.
How does an open-source ideology affect our sense of ownership over our work?
What are the possible ways in which AI could impact language?
As designers, can we create deliberate processes that grant continued creative pursuit, allowing space for ideas to unfold?