Open Textbook For Art 27, 2023 Kingsborough Community College
Open Textbook For Art 27, Nate Cooper
Open Educational Resources
Work in Progress - In the Spring of 2023, I will endeavor to work collaboratively with students to develop an open textbook for the Art 26: UX Visual Design course. As this class has only been offered once in the past and in general the UX courses are new at Kingsborough there isn't an obvious single authority on the subject. As a practitioner in the field professionally, I grow concerned that even if a solid text could be found in print that industry changes happen so frequently that the only helpful authority will need to be a dynamic work. Hence, …
Learning Through Failure, 2023 Gettysburg College
Learning Through Failure, Lily A. Mader
CAFE Symposium 2023
This project focuses on the drawing technique by Henri Matisse. I used his work as inspiration to create a retractable bamboo stick for personal use.
Professional Partners, 2022 DePaul University
DePaul students draw on specialized skills to serve business and industrial clients.
A Fresh Look At A University Website: Redesigning The Graphic Communication Website, 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
A Fresh Look At A University Website: Redesigning The Graphic Communication Website, Kristy Leung, Samantha Kim
Designed over ten years ago, the landing page of the Graphic Communication website does not reflect the artistic talents of the department and exhibits poor navigation and usability. Colleen Twomey, the department chair, has expressed that prospective students, transfers, guardians, and other visitors have trouble finding relevant information on the website. As a university-affiliated site, the landing page should guide both new and returning visitors to their destination in a quick and intuitive manner. The primary goal of this project is to effectively educate new visitors who are interested in the Graphic Communication program but have minimal knowledge of what …
An Exploration Into The Design Of A Portable Music Player For People With Alzheimer’S And Dementia, 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
An Exploration Into The Design Of A Portable Music Player For People With Alzheimer’S And Dementia, Jaxon V. Silva
Liberal Arts and Engineering Studies
An exploration into the design of a portable music player for people with Alzheimer's and dementia.
A Qualitative Look Into Repair Practices, 2022 Western University
A Qualitative Look Into Repair Practices, Jumana Labib
Undergraduate Student Research Internships Conference
This research poster is based on a working research paper which moves beyond the traditional scope of repair and examines the Right to Repair movement from a smaller, more personal lens by detailing the 6 categorical impediments as dubbed by Dr. Alissa Centivany (design, law, economic/business strategy, material asymmetry, informational asymmetry, and social impediments) have continuously inhibited repair and affected repair practices, which has consequently had larger implications (environmental, economic, social, etc.) on ourselves, our objects, and our world. The poster builds upon my research from last year (see "The Right to Repair: (Re)building a better future"), this time pulling …
Bbt Acoustic Alternative Top Bracing Cadd Data Set-Norev-2022jun28, 2022 East Tennessee State University
Bbt Acoustic Alternative Top Bracing Cadd Data Set-Norev-2022jun28, Bill Hemphill
STEM Guitar Project’s BBT Acoustic Kit
This electronic document file set consists of an overview presentation (PDF-formatted) file and companion video (MP4) and CADD files (DWG & DXF) for laser cutting the ETSU-developed alternate top bracing designs and marking templates for the STEM Guitar Project’s BBT (OM-sized) standard acoustic guitar kit. The three (3) alternative BBT top bracing designs in this release are
(a) a one-piece base for the standard kit's (Martin-style) bracing,
(b) 277 Ladder-style bracing, and
(c) an X-braced fan-style bracing similar to traditional European or so-called 'classical' acoustic guitars.
The CADD data set for each of the three (3) top bracing designs includes …
Co-Innovation Supports The Research And Development (R&D) In Small & Medium Enterprises (Smes), 2022 Teaching Assistant at Industrial Product Design Department, Faculty of Design & Creative Arts, Ahram Canadian University, 6th October , Egypt.
Co-Innovation Supports The Research And Development (R&D) In Small & Medium Enterprises (Smes), Samar Hamed Abdel Monsef, Osama Yousef Mohamed
Journal of Art, Design and Music
SMEs are subject to constraints in internal resources such as capital, human resources, and knowledge due to their small size. Also, access to external resources is limited due to market failures. Thus, SMEs have disadvantages in R&D and innovation when compared to larger firms. to overcome these gaps, SMEs should searching for innovative creative mechanisms to conduct R&D activities. Accordingly, this study describes the co-innovation approach, as one of the successful methods of value creation supported by a collaborative process that links the SMEs and external stakeholders in interactive experiences to achieve common goals, shows the importance of adopting Co-innovation …
Bbt Side Mold Assy, 2022 East Tennessee State University
Bbt Side Mold Assy, Bill Hemphill
STEM Guitar Project’s BBT Acoustic Kit
This electronic document file set covers the design and fabrication information of the ETSU Guitar Building Project’s BBT (OM-sized) Side Mold Assy for use with the STEM Guitar Project’s standard acoustic guitar kit. The extended 'as built' data set contains an overview file and companion video, the 'parent' CADD drawing, CADD data for laser etching and cutting a drill &/or layout template, CADD drawings in AutoCAD .DWG and .DXF R12 formats of the centerline tool paths for creating the mold assembly pieces on an AXYZ CNC router, and support documentation for CAM applications including router bit specifications, feeds, speed, multi-pass …
Vulva Gazing: Power And The Gendered Body, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Vulva Gazing: Power And The Gendered Body, Aaliya Jamal Zaidi
How does a gendered gaze determine what we feel shame about?
In patriarchal society, the male gaze is normal. Within its sights, the vulva, the external female sexual and reproductive organs, is viewed negatively — censored and ignored, or labeled with euphemisms and slurs across cultures. The modern western medical canon upholds and reinforces this view of the vulva, through a combination of disinterest and omission. This cultural aversion leads to a personal aversion. For people with vulvas this manifests in a lack of information about their own bodies which leads to shame, pain and even death.
Vulva Gazing is …
Breaking | Grounding | Growing: Expanding The Rhode Island Gardening Reentry Programs As A Pathway Towards Stability, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Breaking | Grounding | Growing: Expanding The Rhode Island Gardening Reentry Programs As A Pathway Towards Stability, Juliana Soltys
What happens to the over two million people incarcerated in U.S. prisons and jails?
Changing in sentencing laws and policies have created a cycle of imprisonment, racially isolating and oppressing BIPOC communities. Reintegration and reentry programs are an avenue to break the cycle of recidivism. Through my work, I have developed hands-on, structured opportunities for justice-involved adults to rebuild a life for themselves by increasing the accessibility of gardening reentry programs. This project creates a space for mentorship and support for Rhode Island’s formerly incarcerated people with the goal of helping them to develop vital life skills through growing and …
Sub Sequence : Building A Participatory Infrastructure, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Sub Sequence : Building A Participatory Infrastructure, Aaron Wright
What might it look like to make the nebulous quality of air pollution visible?
There is a lack of infrastructure that has been constructed in response to the contaminants produced from the Port of Providence in Rhode Island. Air quality surrounding the Port is impacted by air pollution from legacy industrial sites – diesel trucks, marine vessels, oil and gas storage and distribution, asphalt and cement processing, metals recycling, natural gas and utility services, and large heating plants.
The thesis sets out to investigate, question, and iterate upon the possibilities of collective environmental action and accessible information through an individual’s …
To Be Seen To Be Heard: Embracing Social Anxiety In The Workplace, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
To Be Seen To Be Heard: Embracing Social Anxiety In The Workplace, Jingxuan Chen
Social anxiety has become the third most common mental illness in the U.S, but there still is a lack of public understanding of this issue as it often goes unspoken. Through my research, I found that social anxiety is deeply entangled with environments, situations, and interpersonal interactions; especially within unfamiliar, uncomfortable, and unsafe situations.
Workplace exacerbates social anxiety as people are constantly being evaluated by others, exposed to new situations, and required to perform well, which leaves no room for people to share the unspoken and seek support. Guided by the questions of what social anxiety is and how it …
A Fleeting Landscape: Resurrecting The Edges Of The Estuary, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
A Fleeting Landscape: Resurrecting The Edges Of The Estuary, Vrinda Mathur
A Fleeting Landscape invites the city dweller to experience a mixed media microcosm of the marshes and discover what has been obscured through the encroachment of urban development.
From the salt marshes of Rhode Island to their tropical counterpart in the Sundarban (pronounced: shundar-bon) mangroves of India, wetlands are the world’s natural barriers. Fighting against extreme weather events between land and sea, the edges of this fragile ecosystem continue to shrink and degrade as anthropogenic stressors (infrastructure development, unsustainable land use, and aquaculture) increase. In a 2022 report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) persuasively argues for the protection …
Material Illumination, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Material Illumination, Lauren Mikaela Glenn
Design exists as a field within the domain of material, accompanied by art, engineering, and craft. Working in material allows the designer to develop material fluency, a language that is composed of matter in space. Material can be used to communicate - it can also be used to think. By engaging the body and its senses in the act of making one can connect the space around the body to the space of the mind, allowing ideas to exist in objects and thinking to happen through interaction with material. Through the documentation of a process of making in wood, glass, …
Extended Reality Interface, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Extended Reality Interface, Neil Nelson
My thesis project at Rhode Island School of Design looks at how we interact with technology, specifically augmented and virtual reality. I explore these ideas through the development of novel hardware. I am interested in human centered design and specialize in ideation and rapid prototyping.
Sobremesa, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Sobremesa, Charlie Herbozo-Vidal
In order to understand the social and political issues faced by the Peruvian community in the present day, it is necessary to get acquainted with one of the most significant moments of its history: The “colonial Knot” – The systems put in place after the arrival of European colonizers to the American continent. By crafting a communal experience centered around the mealspace, a key element in Peruvian Identity, I hope to bring awareness to the social tensions, violent structures and remnants of colonial rule that persist to this day. In developing an uncomfortable experience, I am researching whether exposure to …
Disoriented: Navigating The Nuances Of Communication, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Disoriented: Navigating The Nuances Of Communication, Ann Dinh
What happens when you lose your language?
With this loss comes emotional and cultural implications, moments of incompleteness, along with a power struggle. Within immigrant communities especially, there are issues of communication and comprehension between generations. U.S.-born children of immigrants must deal with both a generational and cultural gap, gaps exacerbated by both distance and time. All of this is compounded by the challenges of assimilating to Western culture. In confronting the loss of language, this thesis aims to develop new informal methods of communication, ones less reliant on established language structures, ones that can help interact with future generations.
We Got This..., 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
We Got This..., Julian Wellisz
Working nonstop? Not sleeping enough? Feeling alone in your deadlines? Are you struggling with work-life balance?
Know that you are not alone. Since the covid-19 pandemic began reports of loneliness, mental health issues, and burnout have increased.
It’s quite possible that you are opting-in to an individualistic culture of overwork. If you go to RISD that's almost certain. This is true for students and teachers alike.
While these current systems work for some (primarily those at the tops of their respected hierarchies), for the majority of us there are better ways of being. Providing social and emotional support and creating …
Attuning The Viewfinder, 2022 Rhode Island School of Design
Attuning The Viewfinder, Ian De Silva
As there are many mobile apps designed to pull your attention, these interactions have become a kind of normalized addictiveness, such as doom scrolling.
I am working on the topic of attention and a meditation app using augmented reality because I want to understand how this technology can be useful from beyond the screen and into a physical space.