“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.
Over winter break, I got the chance to check out an exhibit of Japanese military prints at UNC’s Ackland Art Museum (Flash of Light, Fog of War).
How does an open-source ideology affect our sense of ownership over our work?
I believe there is an interest of yours “Hidden In View.” Find it, chase it, own it!
What are the possible ways in which AI could impact language?
Can someone have an emotional attachment to an operating system?
As designers, can we create deliberate processes that grant continued creative pursuit, allowing space for ideas to unfold?
What could we do as designers to bring attention to, and advocate for much needed action to be taken against slavery in Africa?
As we rethink and redesign the culture of graphic design, what character traits should we cultivate?
As designers, can we learn to suspend our assumptions that limit our ways of seeing, thinking and believing?
Black is beautiful, black is bold. Black is black, true, but black is gold.
The moment someone mentions my hair, I grab it to claim ownership.
Operation opt-out: Optima’s typeface baggage.
This is totally incidental. It doesn’t really relate to my thesis, it just happened to be in a book I was reading for my thesis and I found it interesting. But then again, maybe it does relate…
Recently, I’ve been researching control and disorder in the design process.
The power of a poster.
Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?
Well this can’t be good.
First time at NC State Fair.