Thesis Update – Too Much Stuff

By | Journal

Yup, I have recently discovered that picking “memory” for my thesis concept is quite a daunting and fraught-filled path. Why you may ask, simply it is because of HOW HUGE IT IS! Seriously there is simply too many paths to take and the way too many directions one…

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Manus x Machina Exhibit Thoughts

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Not my first time visiting the MET but this weekend as part of thesis studies, I explored the new exhibit of Manus x Machina, a fashion gallery highlighting evolutions in fashion design and machining over the last century. Initially not that interested in the idea (as well I lets just say clothing wise I'm more utility over high fashion) though due to the class and seeing how technologies are being integrated in this field I suppose learning a bit more about the history and as Anthony Deen highlights "how it is presented" won't hurt to study. After spending about two hours exploring both...
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Project 3 – A Line of Life

By | Design Project, Journal

A commentary on surveillance, and data collection given both willingly or otherwise. Within the last few years we have been obsessed with data’s capabilities. Data mining, unlawful surveillance like Prism and even the concept of the quantified self: an exploitation and brute force style attempt…

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10 Web Design Tools for 2016

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Every designer, engineer and creative has their go-to collection of tools to use that form their ideal project workflow. For many years in my early design career has been a combination of Adobe's Creative Suite Applications - particularly Illustrator, Photoshop, and EdgeCode for a majority of my work. This past year I extended my user flow to more diverse methods including Brackets, Sublime, and the always effective pen & paper, thanks to my Moleskin collection. I stuck to Adobe products out of a combination of circumstance and my design education being based in it. However, now that I've been a designer for a...
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