In conclusion to our cardboard landmark project, we were asked to map out the process from start to finish. As this has been a group project, we decided to collaborate despite there being the option to carry out this part of the brief individually. We made a mind map to decide what needed to be … Continue reading monumental pt3.
I’ve been developing my idea for the navigating experience brief, building on the concept for a product that encourages tourists to get lost and really experience where they’re visiting. I’ve thought about it and this project doesn’t really have to be for just tourists, anyone can discover something new about a place, no matter how … Continue reading navigating experience pt 2.
The brief for this was something new for me yet again. I was asked to come up with a technical drawing detailing the right side of the Verdant Works Jute Museum. In our reading groups, we measured all the doors and windows and any measurements in between. This proved quite difficult as the building is … Continue reading verdant works.
This brief is a tough one. I’ve been asked to design new experience for a user to ‘playfully navigate a space’. I had to pick between three different users to design for : a new arrival who plans on staying for an extended period of time, a tourist who only has a short amount of … Continue reading navigating experience.
Continuing with our work related to the 3D landmark brief, we finished constructing our monument today. We all agreed that standing the lettering up on a base as if it were a scale model would be the best way to present our monument. We started by layering sheets of cardboard together to ensure that the … Continue reading monumental pt 2.
Long time, no see huh? Reading week is now over and done with and I’m getting back into the swing of the routine. We started the second set of briefs for all our modules and I have been working away at them all. For ways of seeing, this time we were asked to work in … Continue reading monumental.
So remember how a week or two ago, I got a brief asking me and a group of my classmates to make a 1:1 scale model of a pushchair? We finished it today, after hard work and determination when certain parts decided not to stay stuck on. I think my group worked really well as … Continue reading the buggy.