Category: Project Development and Planning

FYP Ideation – Update THREE

Introduction I decided to change my concept from looking into the future to looking back from the future. With this shift of perspective, I realised that more could be done with the concept regarding anthropecene. In this update, I will explain my newer idea with consist of surveying groups of people to get feedback for my work. I guess this… Read more →

Fyp Ideation – Update TWO

My current Idea Brief concept: It is a interactive and exploratory kinetic sculpture of a marine life form/ landscape. Why am I doing this project? To challenge myself and showcase my skill sets, as this is probably the last project in a school setting. Mood board for movement and styling? (what I am considering at the moment)  : Looks futuristic… Read more →

Fyp Ideation – Update ONE

In class, I shared a story about powerlessness. In many species, we could see powerlessness manifest into their culture and community. Since my projects strives to let one group understand the other, I hope that my FYP project could be a voice for an individual, a group, a community or even species of animal that are experiencing difficulty times. Here are… Read more →

Reflection on Designing for the Digital Age by Kim Goodwin

 Designing for the Digital Age by Kim Goodwin, it gives a clearer view on how to effectively design a method/framework for any creators (artist/designers) to pursue their objective for the end goal of their project. The main idea I felt was extremely helpful is Goodwin’s concept of Goal-Directed Design. As a Goal-Directed Design can maximise the efficiency of a team.… Read more →

Reflection on Thoughtful Interaction Design

In this response, I will be addressing one main point I learnt from reading as well as an example to support the main point. The sentence ‘The client has the overall responsibility for the outcome, but a designer is still responsible for the result she produces and hands over to the client.’ from chapter one, page ten addressed the main… Read more →

‘The Oceanic’ Exhibition Report

In this report, I will write about one of the talks followed by one work from the exhibition. From ‘Is Anything Sacred Anymore’ a case study presented by Dr. Cresantia Frances Koya Vaka’uta, I was intrigued by how she viewed ocean as compared to us, people from the city. Her stories engaged my thoughts on how the developing world affects our… Read more →

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