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Final Epiphany Blog

Sustainability is the ability to uphold something or continue something for a long time. There are correct ways and incorrect ways to dispose of something. That plays a huge role in pretty much every manufacturing industry out there. Sustainability should … 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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Blog 10

Last week we continued in discussing how to design for the elderly. We talked more about how in empathic design, emotional intellect can benefit us as designers when we’re creating spaces and environments for different kinds of people such as … Continue reading

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Blog 9

This past week we started to discuss human needs and happiness. I really liked the group activity we did when we all filled out the Max Neef Matrix then talked about it. It allowed me to see my life this … Continue reading

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Blog 8

Last week during class, different groups presented a selected students probe design package to the class. Each learning community took the selected student package and came up with a sustainable solution to fit that person’s everyday life to help them. … Continue reading

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Blog 7

This past week we learned more about empathic design. The whole point of this design concept is to look through the eyes of someone who has a disability of some kind to understand more deeply what life looks like for … Continue reading

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Blog 6

I learned a lot from from last weeks lectures. Patricia Moore was very eye opening to take action in the importance of designing for the elderly. When she was 26, Patricia went undercover as an 85-year-old woman to better understand … Continue reading

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