Until we meet again
We are that which we are
Our ink is poetic
What the AR? AR the What!
Planning for an unknown outcome
Increasing Creativity Through 15 Minutes of Play
All Summer ’18, was a summer of play and improvisation.
CACE 2018 | Design as a Tool of Cultural Preservation
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.
Don’t be an Optimist
Are humanity’s self-generated problems so wicked that we need superintelligent machines to solve them?
Kudos to the #Classof2020
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.
Hidden In View
I believe there is an interest of yours “Hidden In View.” Find it, chase it, own it!
What could we do as designers to bring attention to, and advocate for much needed action to be taken against slavery in Africa?
Black is Gold
Black is beautiful, black is bold. Black is black, true, but black is gold.
we design for good
as inspired by social design for good
Now I know my abc
next time won’t you sing with me
First things first
A manifesto first published in 1964 challenging graphic designers to use their creative skills to address meaningful social issues
A look-back at my experience interning as a Summer Conference Ambassador.
A short poem inspired by a moment in studio
Cultural preservation in virtual reality
Pushing the limits of conventional cultural preservation methodologies in virtual reality is a worthy challenge.
Epic Images of MGD IIIs
During this academic year…. wait! My excerpt should be more fun. something like…. WE MADE IT!!! Our first year of grad school has come to an end. Here are some epic moments!
A beacon of hope
A generation of Liberians are in need of one of life’s greatest gift, HOPE!
There’s no place like home
There’s no better response to the question “What are you doing for Spring Break?” than “I’m going back to Liberia!”