The well designed task-ware website that I chose to sketch is Asana (https://app.asana.com/). It is a free project management web application that I just started using this week. The task I sketched out was the addition of a new project and a new task within that project. There were only 4 page transitions in this... Continue Reading →
For my social strength quest I decided to go on a solo mission to Chatroulette. Which, as a woman, is very uncomfortable because of the impression from most people that it is just full of horny guys that want to show off to someone... Before Uncomforability Scale: 4 I connected to Chatroulette at school, so that probably added... Continue Reading →
The terribly designed brochure-ware website I decided to re-work was actually for my mothers small business called Tips ProShop (a billiard retailing and servicing company). Below is my newly designed sketch and a screenshot of the original home page. Webpage URL: https://www.tipsproshop.ca This Design works well because... Relevant graphics and cohesive graphics are incorporated into design Hierarchy is clear in design... Continue Reading →
After analyzing the "people" topic I decided on collecting life defining stories that are connected to geographical locations.
After doing a broad -anything goes- brainstorm (feature image above), I organized my top 20 topic picks into categories and subcategories (human, culture, consumerism, and environment) that were very commonly overlapped. I then placed the above mentioned top themes into a pros and cons table, presented below. Topic Pro Con Gender in Film - data... Continue Reading →
The well designed brochure-ware website I landed on was the cap hpi (automotive data & technology) website. Below is my sketch and a screenshot of the home page. Webpage URL: https://www.cap-hpi.com/en Why this design works well... Hierarchy is clear between headings, body text and iconography (while still falling under the brand styles/colours) Text is large enough to... Continue Reading →
Five statistics I found interesting on the Statistics Canada website Women account for a larger share of graduates with a degree in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics compared with their counterparts of previous generations. Doubling from 15% to 35% in 2015 and for men only increasing from 19% to 30% over the same period 46% of... Continue Reading →
For our project on tension in design, I chose to design my magazine spread surrounding a New York Times article by Bruce Feiler titled The Art of Condolence. "grace of expression counts for nothing; sincerity alone is of value" The article is formatted as a list of tips to proper condolence - focusing on how its been... Continue Reading →