Category Archives: empathic design

The End of the Beginning

Sustainability through my eyes Prior to this course I was unsure of what “sustainability” means and how it can help improve society. I remember the first day of this course we were promoted with the question to define sustainability into … Continue reading

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Pomping the Environment

Tim Brown’s Reading & Design Activism __________________________________________ What I got from Tim Brown’s reading was a lot about “extreme users”. Extreme users is a person who may use all parts or aspects of a product. It is important to not … Continue reading

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What the World Needs

LOLA Show Reflection _____________________________________________ The Lola show was quite interesting.There were some presentations that stood out to me more than others. The three Lola shows that grasp my attention the most will have to be the pocket parks, Armstrong ceilings, … Continue reading

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Empathize

Empathic Design: Within my field of interior design designers should always consider the use of empathic design, because of its overall understanding of the clients wants and needs. The clients projected emotions and physical restraints will be more openly viewed … Continue reading

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Affective or Effective

Sustainability Journey thus far ________________________________________________ My sustainability journey thus far has expanded as the duration of this course continues. I have learned so much about living more of a sustainable life. I did not know that there were so many … Continue reading

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Empathic Design

The photograph above is of my entryway bookshelf. It fits in with next to nothing in my house, but it has been my bookshelf since childhood. The paint is wearing away, scuffs and dings mar its surface, and the doors … Continue reading

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