My favorite paper wireframe to date. Watercolor pencils detailing an early iteration of Powerplay. I don’t buy the argument that wireframes should be strictly black and white.
I can’t believe this was a year ago; time flies.

My favorite paper wireframe to date. Watercolor pencils detailing an early iteration of Powerplay. I don’t buy the argument that wireframes should be strictly black and white.

I can’t believe this was a year ago; time flies.

3-2-1, everyday is Friday with Team Silk

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x-post via facebook This is dedicated to my MHCI project team, Silk, who I spent the last 8 months working closely with. I mean it and we meme-it.

{ Team Silk } Summer Design & Prototype Report

SO, this is what I actually spend most of my time doing during the day. Not iPad sketches.

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Preview of something beautiful coming together. Going to invest in a hard copy this time.

Looking back, I’ve come a long way from the college freshman who got chewed up for using IE as her main browser (I know, am ashamed, don’t judge) to this: proficient at clicking really fast in succession. Er, I mean, interaction and visual design. Testing designs in Chrome and Firefox. Yes.

In other somewhat related news, while walking home, we geeks spotted our first firefly for the summer, but not without exclaiming “a firebug!!” first.

Prototype Findings Results: an Infographic

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Well, that only took a few hours! Trying out new styles.

Due to project confidentiality, this is all I can post, yada yada…

Team Silk Wall

team silk wall of bad ass: marky mark, robocop, big ideas. @ MHCI Lab, CMU

Reporting: Report Progress

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Polish. It is what makes up 80% of an effort to push something out the door. Our report has been whipped up, but it’s taken three plus one upcoming 10hr work sessions this week to get it looking good and ready. The transition between school work and real work will be an interesting one…

assembling an eighty page report…

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Guys, this is killing me. Not really the assembling part as much as having the creative juices to make every page good. EVERY PAGE. By next Tuesday, my eyes will bleed grid.