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Tributes For Trieble: A Diary, Lucas R. Blanco Apr 2002

Tributes For Trieble: A Diary, Lucas R. Blanco

Honors Theses

Thesis consists of diary entries written by the author during a trip to Poland. Accompanied by drawings of the author's experience.


Graphic User Interface Design For Wireless Application Protocol, Sung-Phil Choo Jan 2002

Graphic User Interface Design For Wireless Application Protocol, Sung-Phil Choo

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

This research addresses the recognizability of icon design in Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) devices. It deals specifically with graphic user interface (GUI) and the effective functionality of the icons on WAP screens by increasing their recognizability. In order to propose recognizable WAP icons, this research reviews a case study that focuses on the logical approach and creative processes used in graphic design. This study consists of a literature review and the procedural development of specific WAP icons. The literature review identifies performance design criteria for WAP icons, both for evaluation and design purposes. In this case study, the process of ...


The Use Of Aesthetics In A Comprehensive Art Curriculum, Michelle Lynn Loudermilk Jan 2002

The Use Of Aesthetics In A Comprehensive Art Curriculum, Michelle Lynn Loudermilk

Theses, Dissertations and Capstones

This study focuses on using aesthetics in the art education curriculum. It also suggests a variety of approaches through which art educators may implement aesthetics in the classroom. Discussions of aesthetics were found in writings of Plato and Aristotle and continue to this day. Philosophers have defined aesthetics as a theory of the beautiful. Educators took this idea a step further in developing curricula and methods of educating that include aesthetics. It has been said in art education literature that aesthetics gives those who practice it a more complete understanding of art. To show the extent of benefits that aesthetics ...


The Integration Of Technology Into Home Space In The 2020s, Ying Li Jan 2002

The Integration Of Technology Into Home Space In The 2020s, Ying Li

Theses and Dissertations

Research on the current housing status in the United States, and the features of middle-class and high-end houses, revealed that home space consists of five spaces: living, work and study, resting, service and circulation. A meticulous look at the four-century American housing history disclosed that transformations in the five spaces were profoundly impacted by technology. To predict home space in the near future, research on future technology and lifestyle was performed. There will still be five home spaces, with new and improved components. Technology will bring greater comfort and flexibility to the home interior. Two design solutions for middle-class and ...


The Historical Ceramics Of Camp Floyd, Jennifer L. Elsken Jan 2002

The Historical Ceramics Of Camp Floyd, Jennifer L. Elsken

Theses and Dissertations

This thesis is an historical archaeological project involving the classification and analysis of the ceramics found at Camp Floyd, a 19th century military site 40 miles southwest of Salt Lake City, Utah. United States military troops were dispatched to the Utah Territory to establish a Pony Express Station and an Overland Stage Trail, to assert federal authority in the Territories, and to end the ongoing conflict between the federal government and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The primary research question concerned the ceramic usage patterns at Camp Floyd as compared to other military sites and non-residential ...


Comparison Of The Fashion Adopted By Young Women In The United States And South Korea In The 1970s , Eundeok Kim Jan 2002

Comparison Of The Fashion Adopted By Young Women In The United States And South Korea In The 1970s , Eundeok Kim

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study is first, to describe the fashion adopted by young women within two different cultures---the United States and Korea---in the 1970s; second, to analyze qualitatively the differences and similarities of the fashion in the two cultures, and third, interpret the reasons for the similarities and differences in historical, cultural, and socio-psychological contexts.;This study adopted a qualitative approach. The procedures were as followings: First, examining magazines and compiling a stimulus set to use during interviews, second preliminary interviews, third sample selection, fourth, data collection, and finally data analysis. For data collection, in-depth interviews with open-ended questions ...