The design research methods studied in our seminar called « Graphic Design as a Cognitive Artifact » is an important asset when doing research. Looking at the representations of genders in business to consumer adverting, I was able to apply those methods to get more in-depth insight over the topic but also helped design a proposal for a possible research over the topic.
On Thursday, November 17 the College of Design hosted a guest speaker: Elizabeth Guffey. This lecture looked at the history and the evolution of the international symbol of access and the form of critic that […]
Jessica and Anna, paper reps from Lindenmyr Paper Merchants, visited our Information and Publishing Design Systems class. What an amazing opportunity to learn about paper production and options for creative printed projects!
Let’s make (and break) those connections A key skill utilized in this semester’s design as cognitive artifact studio is to summarize research in visual/textual form via concept mapping. Early in the semester it became apparent […]
If you live in North Carolina, and you haven’t been under a rock this past year, you should know at least something about the controversy surrounding House Bill 2. This law has sparked a series […]
IBM drive students to drive the ultimate driving experience. drive. drive. drive.
While the projects explored unsubstantiated conclusions, they demonstrate the potential of visualization as a means to discover new relationships in the data.
I got a little carried away and may or may not have made a mess.