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What “exactly” do you NEED?

Blog 8 This week is week number ten and I think we are all learning. We had the LOLA shows again this week. I enjoy listening to other student’s teach the class but I’ll admit I sometimes I have a … Continue reading

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Blog 7

For this week I chose to read the “Beautiful Dress” article. I found it clever how they were able to combine empathic design with sustainable design. Using both design methods, the designer does not neglect neither the environment nor the … Continue reading

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blog 7

Getting into each others deep thoughts..   This week in class we learned a lot about designing for someone else. I really enjoyed week of class, I have to say I think this has been the most interesting week for … Continue reading

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Blog 5

This week we watched a couple of videos including a TedTalk by Elora Hardy. Hardy is an architect who grew up and lived in Bali all her life. This country is in a tropical region filled to the abundance with … Continue reading

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Blog 4

This past week on Tuesday I took away quite a number of things from our class outdoor activity. Considering the fact that I only had one other person in my group present that day we both had the opportunity to … Continue reading

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Blog 3

Blog 3 I thought that Michael Pawlyn’s TedTalk was interesting. When he said that he and his group found a substitute for glass called ETFE it really caught my interest. Apparently, they welded the material together and found it was … Continue reading

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Blog Post 7- Empathetic Design

Empathic design is a very interesting concept to me. It touches on important aspects in order to become a sustainable, eco-friendly, yet socially conscious brand, company, and/or individual. I believe this is a complicated process to properly achieve for most … Continue reading

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