A team of three students from other backgrounds at NCSU and myself have begun a project to find a way to get creativity and arts into science and math classes in high schools.
Playing a book, reading a game, or something like that.
How can the experience of biting into food be manipulated? And how might this inspire us to design new experiences?
they say the light was great for photography
Can our work manifest a sacredness of process?, says Dajana.
A tiny, experimental investigation of the effects of tiredness and neatness.
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?
Continuing down the rabbit hole of research for our studio project, I’ve started looking into the concept of designing for emotion and the work of Donald Norman…
Yeah, papyrus is everywhere. But why?
What do those words actually mean?
The business of design is an intriguing idea. In college we learn what makes “good design”, but when you take these skills to the public so many needs become obvious.
Why is our society so obsessed with “lifehacks”? I think Foodnetwork (unintentionally) sends us an important message to stop “hacking” our lives.
Folks are talking!
The Collaboration Swan is here to help.
What happens when disciplinary boundaries dissolve?
I’m turning 30 and I’m freaking out a little bit.
Actions speak louder than words but sometimes words are neat too.
The thing as action, as response.
Although it was a small event, it garnered significant attention
Some people have their tea, but I have my coffee.