NCSU Innovation Studio GEA Portfolio
Sketchbook Sliders (2018)
Three touch sliders, screen printed on paper, control hue, saturation, and value to help a user tactfully choose colors. This interactive arduino technology could be transformed into a kiosk that assists someone searching for information in the Innovation Studio. The screen printed capacitive sliders could also change parameters in a generative art installation.
Event & Survey Posters
These posters show a mixture of branding, surveys, and communications in public
spaces. Surveys, in addition to posters are important, so users of a space can easily
provide feedback or insights.
Carrie Furnaces (2016)
Carrie Furnaces Event Space is a study in spacial design, with a focus on multi-purpose usability. Furniture and lighting can be arranged in a space to help facilitate various activities.
The project also taught me to work in a team to develop a concept, and make design choices based on a set of objectives.
Assemblage (Senior Design Show)-
Transition Design Exhibit (2016)
As part of the CMU senior design show, I helped create explanations about our senior studio project, Practicing Transition Design. The post-it note frameworks were group work from teams in the class, The orange posters highlighted sections of the class' work and explained its context. Featuring others work is important to building a community of understanding, but additionally important is explaining the work within a cohesive context.
CMU Senior Studio
Typography Studies (2016-2018)
Segmented typography to be used with screen printed electroluminescent signage.
FiDo organizes a person’s files around their schedule —
This operating system is designed to keep a user’s thoughts and resources
at glance, when they’re needed most.
AI Interface Design (2017)
Thinking about future technology influences contemporary design for the best. This project was for a business consultancy; our team spent a semester conducting generative research, and designing voice & visual UIs from user insights.
Printerface is a textile-based music player interface. This project uses screen
printed circuits on cloth to create a touch responsive dynamic icon.