Portfolio of Work
BioBee was initiated as a reaction to waste on college campuses. Research shows that we have become so efficient at hiding our trash, we actually produce more. For this project a VR system was utilized to show students how much waste their campus produces and small changes can make a big difference.
The SEGD was a complex project that required a single deliverable that could work as a presentation both with and without explanation and could be delivered via email, on paper or in a presentation format. The final solution covered all of the aforementioned constraints in a visually appealing format.
The focus of the SEGD Video was to create a film that could be played for members and potential members alike. It is meant to highlight connection and collaboration between the disciplines included in the world of experiential graphic design.
MOODLE USABILITY TEST
The Moodle Usability Test involved research to learn more about the grading section on moodle.com. Mouse-tracking technology was used and revealed that the current placement of the grading section was not innately useful. The same technology was further utilized to propose several, human-centered design solutions.
KRISPY KREME CHALLENGE VIDEO
This was a project spurred by the Art2Wear Show at NC State. Many of the designers volunteer in community events, such as the Krispy Kreme Challenge. The intent of this video was to capture the community-based sense of fun that is thriving at the event.
LITERALLY HALL OF FAME EXHIBITION
The exhibition was created to honor the Literary Hall of Fame inductees with connections with North Carolina State University. That challenge here was to utilize the large 9 ft x 20 ft projection that the exhibit was to be displayed on. The final product delivered concise, digestible information in a way that counteracted the overwhelming size of the screen.
This magazine was created for SEGD and their annual publication. The focus of the project was on the SEGD international design award winners. Through the collaboration of several designers and editors, the original design of the magazine was molded to display information in a way that honored all the award winners appropriately.
YOUNG DESIGNERS ASK QUESTIONS
In this series, SEGD connects young designers with the design leaders they admire so they can ask their burning questions and find answers to help guide them on their career path. In this article, current North Carolina State University design studies major, Erin Delahunty, interviews Jason White, executive creative director at conceptual design studio Leviathan.
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