Author Archives: innovativeANT1

Revolution on the Mind

This is really the end, for the moment at least. This is my final blog post. Out of habit the words “final paper” almost led the title of this post. And so this thought leads the discussion of my sustainable … 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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Blog 8 Empathic Design| Wheels in Sand

As we discover more about empathic design, I begin to recognize the need and the use of items designed to give an individual the ability to carry on with daily tasks. Today, I will reflect on something different. Have you … Continue reading

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Ceiling Lift | Blog 6

Wow, what an amazing lecture lead by Patricia Moore in her pursuit to educate the pubic of the importance of empathic design. Her focus on this design concept was to create for the ability factor of all individuals rather than … Continue reading

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Activity in the Hobbit House: Blog 4

I began to look for a home that displayed visual concepts of biomicry and industrial ecology. Success had been found in the form of a grassy hillside home in Wales. Famous for its structure and seen in films, the little … Continue reading

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There Is No Away but There Is a Way: Blog 3

In reference to the article, Design for an Empathic World by Sim Van Der Ryan, nature centered design may seem unfathomable on a large scale- all at once, anyway. In sort like “greening the Titanic,” but the luxury of building … Continue reading

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A Review of Tiny Consideration

Oh the campus busies with incoming freshman, some 4,200 of them! The pedestrian walkways are filled with parading parents, parking lots with burly middle aged men lugging out huge boxes for the weak and furniture trucks dropping off new purchases … Continue reading

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