Cognitive Design Thesis: Final Presentation

A narrated version of my thesis presentation on cognitive design. I presented this body of work to the graduate faculty at California College of the Arts on May 16, 2013.

Cognitive Design Thesis: Final Presentation

A narrated version of my thesis presentation on cognitive design. I presented this body of work to the graduate faculty at California College of the Arts on May 16, 2013.

Cognitive Design Thesis: Interviews on Productivity

A synthesis of my in-depth interviews for my cognitive design thesis experiment, ImPulse. In this video, I highlight participants’ key attitudes and pain points, and identify specific insights and recommendations for designing the ideal tool for productivity.

Cognitive Design Thesis: Interviews on Productivity

A synthesis of my in-depth interviews for my cognitive design thesis experiment, ImPulse. In this video, I highlight participants’ key attitudes and pain points, and identify specific insights and recommendations for designing the ideal tool for productivity.

Cognitive Design Thesis: Book

My year-long investigation in cognitive design culminated in a thesis book that documents my research. This work was submitted to (and approved by) the California College of the Arts Graduate Design faculty in May 2013. Abstract In a world of infinite

Cognitive Design Thesis: Book

My year-long investigation in cognitive design culminated in a thesis book that documents my research. This work was submitted to (and approved by) the California College of the Arts Graduate Design faculty in May 2013. Abstract In a world of infinite

2013 Work Highlights

Don’t have time to view all of my work? Not to worry! I’ve narrowed down the best of my recent projects from 2011-2013 in a presentation which demonstrates my expertise in design research and strategy. Think of this as my

2013 Work Highlights

Don’t have time to view all of my work? Not to worry! I’ve narrowed down the best of my recent projects from 2011-2013 in a presentation which demonstrates my expertise in design research and strategy. Think of this as my

Design Research: Natural Navigation Final Insights

  In fall 2011, my Design Research classmates Janette Song, Bill Rihn, Lisa Woods and I were presented with the task of investigating how people navigate using cues from the natural world. Acting as the research firm Calicocho with Garmin

Design Research: Natural Navigation Final Insights

  In fall 2011, my Design Research classmates Janette Song, Bill Rihn, Lisa Woods and I were presented with the task of investigating how people navigate using cues from the natural world. Acting as the research firm Calicocho with Garmin

Design Research: Natural Navigation Poster

In fall 2011, my Design Research classmates Janette Song, Bill Rihn, Lisa Woods and I were presented with the task of investigating how people navigate using cues from the natural world. Acting as the research firm Calicocho with Garmin as

Design Research: Natural Navigation Poster

In fall 2011, my Design Research classmates Janette Song, Bill Rihn, Lisa Woods and I were presented with the task of investigating how people navigate using cues from the natural world. Acting as the research firm Calicocho with Garmin as

Cognitive Design Thesis: Fall Review

My Fall semester thesis work on Cognitive Design culminated in a presentation for a final review with my advisors. This slideshow encompasses my primary and secondary research on this topic, as well as my Cognitive Design probes. Finally, I propose

Cognitive Design Thesis: Fall Review

My Fall semester thesis work on Cognitive Design culminated in a presentation for a final review with my advisors. This slideshow encompasses my primary and secondary research on this topic, as well as my Cognitive Design probes. Finally, I propose

Cognitive Design Thesis: Spring Review

On February 23, 2013, I presented an overview of my mid-semester progress in a 30-minute talk. Here are the posters I designed to accompany my presentation. Abstract: In a world of infinite distractions and temptations, how might designers leverage recent

Cognitive Design Thesis: Spring Review

On February 23, 2013, I presented an overview of my mid-semester progress in a 30-minute talk. Here are the posters I designed to accompany my presentation. Abstract: In a world of infinite distractions and temptations, how might designers leverage recent

Design Research: Natural Navigation Interviews

  In fall 2011, my Design Research classmates Janette Song, Bill Rihn, Lisa Woods and I were presented with the task of investigating how people navigate using cues from the natural world. Acting as the research firm Calicocho with Garmin

Design Research: Natural Navigation Interviews

  In fall 2011, my Design Research classmates Janette Song, Bill Rihn, Lisa Woods and I were presented with the task of investigating how people navigate using cues from the natural world. Acting as the research firm Calicocho with Garmin