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Design Approach to Systemic Loss in Hazelwood

There is no good reason to bury a child. There is no justification for why this unnatural act has become normal in Hazelwood. This exhibit describes a neighborhood’s journey through loss, asking society how “we” have arrived to a world with such systemic loss.

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Design Approach to Systemic Loss in Hazelwood

There is no good reason to bury a child. There is no justification for why this unnatural act has become normal in Hazelwood. This exhibit-

Design Ethos

A thesis statement is used to clarify purpose, approach,-

I live on Chanel 32

"tune in, tune out. a future of possibilities await." In a speculative future where augmented-

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Senior Design Exhibition

“Friends Only Cause Ugly Sketches,” or F.O.C.U.S., is a-

Pre-orientation Mobile Experience

Enrolling in any kind of institution for higher eduction-

Structure of Community

Investigating the building blocks that make up communities...

Crowd Generated CMU Identity

How can we, as designers, utilize "the crowd" in-

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Learning from Typography

This post is simply about making by forming letters with an assortment of creative media.

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Latham Street Community

This exhibit was the finale to a summer spent-

Designing My Own Identity

What style, composition, or combination of visual elements can-

Either, Or

Interpreting the podcast, Serial, into a visual narrative, I confront themes of innocence, betrayal, and-

Advocate Against

Virtual stalking, appearing often in abusive relationships, is an-

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The Campus Wall

Overcome "clicktivism" by providing millennials with a platform to facilitate meaningful engagement with each other-

Tasting the Northside

a data-driven salad inspired by a neighborhood in Pittsburgh-

Learning from Hazelwood

I came to know Hazelwood not by the loss-

Project Title Thumbnail Description Date
Design Approach to Systemic Loss in Hazelwood There is no good reason to bury a child. There is no justification for why… 2017 | Spring
Blank Walls 2016 | Spring
Walls that Speak 2016 | Spring
Community Mash-up Events Community Mash-Up Events hosted at Latham Street Commons 2015 | Summer
Building an Urban Commons What does it mean to build a thriving, resilient Urban Commons? 2015 | Summer
Knowing the Community Getting to know the community at Latham Street Commons 2015 | Summer
Smiling at Why Not Smile 2016 | Summer
Design Ethos A thesis statement is used to clarify purpose, approach, and to focus efforts. This lab… 2016 | Fall
I live on Chanel 32 "tune in, tune out. a future of possibilities await." In a speculative future where augmented… 2016 | Fall
Senior Design Exhibition 3 “Friends Only Cause Ugly Sketches,” or F.O.C.U.S., is a tongue-in-cheek motto from freshman year that… 2016 | Winter
Pre-orientation Mobile Experience Enrolling in any kind of institution for higher eduction is an exciting feat for students.… 2017 | Spring
Structure of Community Investigating the building blocks that make up communities... 2017 | Spring
Crowd Generated CMU Identity How can we, as designers, utilize "the crowd" in a creative and generative way? Redesign… 2016 | Sprint
Learning from Typography 1 This post is simply about making by forming letters with an assortment of creative media. 2014 | Fall
Latham Street Community 2 This exhibit was the finale to a summer spent realizing LSC's unique opportunities to touch… 2015 | Summer
Designing My Own Identity What style, composition, or combination of visual elements can give evidence to my personality? How… 2015 | Fall
Either, Or Interpreting the podcast, Serial, into a visual narrative, I confront themes of innocence, betrayal, and… 2016 | Fall
Advocate Against Virtual stalking, appearing often in abusive relationships, is an extremely damaging occurrence that can easily… 2015 | Fall
The Campus Wall 1 Overcome "clicktivism" by providing millennials with a platform to facilitate meaningful engagement with each other… 2015 | Fall
Tasting the Northside a data-driven salad inspired by a neighborhood in Pittsburgh called The Northside. 2016 | Spring
Learning from Hazelwood I came to know Hazelwood not by the loss they experienced but by the cherished… 2017 | Spring