That’s something, right?
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).
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…
What makes a community? What’s that mean anyway?
I’ve been reading a lot lately about rituals; what they are, why we have them, and how they can be created/used by designers.
I do have a point here (maybe, I don’t know, who knows).
What happens when you put a graphic designer in a statistics course?
Since thesis reading has taken over my life, I thought I’d share something interesting that I read.
Is data visualization in vr really all it’s hyped up to be?
A mindless activity like Spirograph is just what I need in the last two weeks of classes.
Did you know March Madness is estimated to cost billions of dollars in lost productivity?
Data editor for Guardian US, Mona Chalabi spoke at Hunt Library about the rising distrust of statistics.
Even the smallest pieces of technology have transformed the way we live our lives.
Or close to it. My visit to Google San Francisco.
Spring break in grad school? HA!
YesAnd isn’t the only publication MGD students are working on.
While completing a conditional design exercise we learned that designers have trouble with rules.
Translating physical drawings to a VR space.
What do the images and icons used by a protest group say about that group?
For some reason I just can’t get past the idea of in vitro meat.