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Enhancing Information Architecture With Machine Learning For Digital Media Platforms, Taylor N. Mietzner 2024 Georgia Southern University

Enhancing Information Architecture With Machine Learning For Digital Media Platforms, Taylor N. Mietzner

Honors College Theses

Modern advancements in machine learning are transforming the technological landscape, including information architecture within user experience design. With the unparalleled amount of user data generated on online media platforms and applications, an adjustment in the design process to incorporate machine learning for categorizing the influx of semantic data while maintaining a user-centric structure is essential. Machine learning tools, such as the classification and recommendation system, need to be incorporated into the design for user experience and marketing success. There is a current gap between incorporating the backend modeling algorithms and the frontend information architecture system design together. The aim of …


The Drip Effect, Gabriela M. Bush 2024 Cedarville University

The Drip Effect, Gabriela M. Bush

Cedarville Review

Two bowls created for the kitchen table, with a glaze effect to represent waves.


In His Hands, Nina Friess 2024 Cedarville University

In His Hands, Nina Friess

Cedarville Review

A ceramic sculpture of a sparrow held by two human hands.


Windows To The Infinite, Michael Suriano 2024 Old Dominion University

Windows To The Infinite, Michael Suriano

Undergraduate Research Symposium

A research based installation art piece created for the ODU Math Department, celebrating Geometric Patterns in Islamic Art, World Cultures, and advanced concepts such as Penrose Tiling. Created to make math evocative and thought provoking.


Desolation, Kiara Adelina Hernandez Padron 2024 University of Nebraska at Omaha

Desolation, Kiara Adelina Hernandez Padron

UNO Student Research and Creative Activity Fair

Desolation was made in mind with my late aunt's mental illness, schizophrenia. Though I don't know what it's like having it, listening to her in the past and others about her hardships made me think about her mindset constantly throughout her whole life. This sculpture was made by digitally mapping out the composition, cutting out individual pieces of wood with each layer representing the depth of the many heads of emptiness.


Japanese Fashion Legacies, Emily C. Guerry, Patricia B. Metcalf 2024 Belmont University

Japanese Fashion Legacies, Emily C. Guerry, Patricia B. Metcalf

Belmont University Research Symposium (BURS)

Exploration of Japan's contributions to fashion is highlighted in our research presentation. Silhouettes, textiles, and accessories that originated in ancient Japanese culture are analyzed throughout their evolution. From these findings, a 10-piece capsule collection was made to bring these ideas further into the modern day. We displayed them from traditional to modern to highlight this evolution through the culture. Popular garments such as the Kimono were used as inspiration for details such as thick belts, ties, and wrap-style shirts. Additionally, the textile stitching technique, Sashiko, is a main source of inspiration in the collection. Sashiko started as a mending technique …


Whimsical Indie, Lily Newton 2024 Kennesaw State University

Whimsical Indie, Lily Newton

Illustration Student Work

This is an album cover for a playlist inspired by whimsical indie songs that I enjoy. The image of this work came to mind as I listened to the songs, so this work is my interpretation of that and an attempt to create a work that communicates the cozy, fantastical feelings the songs I chose elicit.


Interview: Chef Per Henrik Jonsson, Carla Thomas 2024 Vocational Training Council

Interview: Chef Per Henrik Jonsson, Carla Thomas

AMBROSIA 客道 : The Magazine of The International Culinary Institute

Meet The New Programme Director Of ICI:

專訪國際廚藝學院 新任課程總監兼名廚

Chef Per Henrik Jonsson

The new head shares his vision of what students and stakeholders can anticipate in the upcoming years.

這位新上任的總監,分享學院與學生及持份者共同創造的未來願景。


Vinyl Cover - ..Normal?, Kayla Dos Santos 2024 Kennesaw State University

Vinyl Cover - ..Normal?, Kayla Dos Santos

Illustration Student Work

I listen to Indie/Indie Rock/Indie Alternative music, so based off of some of the covers from the songs in my playlist, I decided to use similar colors and compositions.


Country Cookin’, Wyatt Mueller 2024 Kennesaw State University

Country Cookin’, Wyatt Mueller

Illustration Student Work

2 Lovers standing in their kitchen after making dinner. The warm sunset reaches through the windows and lightly covers the countertop and kitchen. A father rooster and his chick sit in the corner peacefully.


Reflective Perspective, Lisa Heikka-Huber 2024 Cal Poly Humboldt

Reflective Perspective, Lisa Heikka-Huber

IdeaFest: Interdisciplinary Journal of Creative Works and Research from Cal Poly Humboldt

‘Reflective Perspectives’ is a personal tribute to glass. After working in glass for over 20 years creating functional sculpted objects, I decided it was time to take a break and complete my BFA in sculpture. Influenced heavily from my sculptor parents, I sought to learn their craft and focus my art practice to combine metals with hollow glass sculpture. Taking a mold from my face frozen in the expression I make while blowing glass. Each bubble represents the constant influx of ideas for glass that flowed and formed in my brain throughout the years. Each idea started out as a …


Spirits Of The King, Ali Al-Ani 2024 DePaul University

Spirits Of The King, Ali Al-Ani

College of Computing and Digital Media Dissertations

Spirits of the King (SotK) is a 1v1 card game where players use essential resources to conjure spirits from a shared pool to defeat their opponent. Players must make strategic sacrifices to keep themselves from danger or to threaten their opponent, ultimately revealing how much they are willing to risk for victory. The themes, mechanics, and material design of SotK are very heavily inspired by information found in Aleister Crowley’s The Lesser Key of Solomon.


Creating An Index To Graduate Theses To Support Their Discoverability, Ellen Petraits 2024 Rhode Island School of Design

Creating An Index To Graduate Theses To Support Their Discoverability, Ellen Petraits

Transforming Libraries for Graduate Students

As a Research and Instruction Librarian, one of the most frequent questions I'm asked is how to find past theses on a particular topic or theme. There is an active thesis culture at RISD that goes beyond writing and binding a text. An exhibition is held in the graduate gallery to celebrate a curated selection of theses at the beginning of the academic year. (See Book of Thesis Books) Theses can range in format from an artist book to a loose-leaf portfolio. Many emphasize the visual and are a bridge to the student’s studio work. They may include unusual or …


Flesh ‘N’ Alloy, Rodney F. Ford II 2024 Kennesaw State University

Flesh ‘N’ Alloy, Rodney F. Ford Ii

Student Sequential Art and Comics

This is a excerpt of my original IP that I turned into a short comic for this assignment.


Ashlen & Eli: Surprise For Eli!, Joy Chappell 2024 Kennesaw State University

Ashlen & Eli: Surprise For Eli!, Joy Chappell

Student Sequential Art and Comics

Eli's boyfriend, Ashlen has a surprise for him. What could it be? Read and find out!

(Based on my comic series, Ashlen & Eli)


Radical Youth Work: A Community Based Approach To Working With Youth, Young Adults And Families, Weston J. Robins 2024 Georgia Southern University

Radical Youth Work: A Community Based Approach To Working With Youth, Young Adults And Families, Weston J. Robins

National Youth Advocacy and Resilience Conference

Radical Youth Work: A Community Based Approach to Working with Youth, Young Adults and Families

A focus on experiential mentoring, humanistic counseling and community engagement as a way to work with youth, young adults and families to provide true holistic therapeutic support and guidance.


My Gender In The Closet, Aspen Balducci 2024 Kennesaw State University

My Gender In The Closet, Aspen Balducci

Student Sequential Art and Comics

This book details the transitioning and rediscovery of gender from a single person's perspective. Gender is not linear or binary, something all people should be free to study and discover.


A Series Of Embarrassment, Jaimie Winston 2024 Kennesaw State University

A Series Of Embarrassment, Jaimie Winston

Student Sequential Art and Comics

A Series of Embarrassment is a mini comic that was written and illustrated by Jaimie Winston. This comic was created in March 2024. The mini comic assignment was a given to her in Sequential Art by her professor, Professor Shuchita Mishra. In this piece, it features a young girl named Savannah who creates a comic. She discusses the embarrassing situations she has experienced throughout her life. Her intentions are to make light of embarrassing moments and to not take them so seriously.


The Woman’S Candlelight, Lauryn Harden, Lauryn Harden 2024 Kennesaw State University

The Woman’S Candlelight, Lauryn Harden, Lauryn Harden

Student Sequential Art and Comics

This zine that was created for Sequential Art I.


Dragon's Lair, julie cheung 2024 Kennesaw State University

Dragon's Lair, Julie Cheung

Student Sequential Art and Comics

An 8 page zine that goes through two characters exploring a cave that is the dragon's lair.


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