Monthly Archives: November 2015

FIN

Although this semester is coming to a close, my sustainability journey has only just begun. I know I will be living my life differently now that I understand what kind of impact my life can have on this planet. Throughout … Continue reading

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Design Slam Improved by LOLA Show Presentations

This blog reflection will be on improving my design slam concept and taking a closer look one of my favorite LOLA Show presentations. My second Design Slam concept derived from a summary of my client’s daily problems, she was and … Continue reading

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Educational sustainability

From the first classes we had about we sustainability, most of us were clueless about what it was really about. Some thought is was a trend, others did not know more than recycling cans and water bottles. I am now happy … Continue reading

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Design Slam & LOLA-Blog 10

This was another inspiring week of empathic design and design activism. I was really impressed with my groups Design Slam solution of creating a ColorTru film that can be placed on windows, mirrors, computer and phone screens, reading glasses, and … Continue reading

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Blog 10 (part 2)

This past week we had a design slam on Tuesday and a LOLA show on Thursday. The LOLA shows this past week were really interesting to me. One presentation that really stuck out to me was the petal back clothing … Continue reading

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Dawn | Blog 10

This past Tuesday we had a Design Slam. My group and I used empathic design and design activism in order to develop a product that aids to visually impaired individuals. We created a technology called ‘Dawn,’ it is a verbal … Continue reading

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BLOG 10:Design Slam and LOLA show

This week we had our second design slam. My scenario was to design a kitchen revolving around a woman with dementia and slowing motor skills. I found this relative to my life because my grandpa had dementia. I learned from … Continue reading

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