What are questions that you are in constant search for but have peace with the fact that you may never find those answers?
My visit at a museum called Programmed that explores the relationship between art, codes and rules.
For the times that you need a breather from work.
Not good enough.
“As long as you are moving forward”…
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.
As designers, can we create deliberate processes that grant continued creative pursuit, allowing space for ideas to unfold?
The moment someone mentions my hair, I grab it to claim ownership.
Design has become a driving force across the world that can reject or support ideas and in turn, influence public opinion.
Playing a book, reading a game, or something like that.
Are there instructional delivery methods (from the past and/or present) that we do not use in educational environments that could enhance our learning processes?
Our design process here in the Master of Graphic Design program would not be the same anywhere else or with anyone else besides us. We are the electrons circling the nucleus of the College of Design bubble.
What if iteration is a form of ritual?
Are design practices pushing for defining design as problem solving for credibility and convenience? Since the very nature of design principles and practices resist definition (the definition is constantly shifting) does it make sense to strive to gain a seat at the table of problem solving?
I realized I hate blank space. So, I’ll draw first.
If you need a new show to watch on Netflix, I highly recommend this one.
A short poem inspired by a moment in studio
Get you a graduate cohort better than mine.
This is a rant about professional treatment… and treating other fields/industries/professions the way you would want yours to be treated.
Understand the problem space. Explore the solution space. Let’s develope a VR roadmap!