Author Archives: seejennydesign

Presenting at greenID in Vienna on July 1

I have been accepted to present my final thesis concept at the greenID forum in Vienna, Austria, on July 1! I am honored to have been invited, and am looking forward to meeting other designers and researchers who are also … Continue reading

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Final design: a roadmap to creating campaigns for environmental issues

My final solution is a resource that designers and other stakeholders can use when creating communication materials for environmental issues. The Designer’s Roadmap is a book that compiles research from my own studies and from existing literature in other fields, … Continue reading

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Poster presentation

We had our final poster session on Thursday, April 14 and presented our posters to a wide audience, and then gave a presentation to a jury made up of three faculty members. This was a great way to receive feedback … Continue reading

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Content for design recommendations

I’m beginning to work on the design recommendation part of my thesis. Here’s my first pass at jotting down all the tips and actionable insights I’ve found throughout the year, in my literature review and from my own participatory research … Continue reading

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Presentation of latest research findings

While in San Francisco during spring break, I presented the current state of my thesis project at a local design agency’s “Lunch and Learn.” This was a great chance for me to practice presenting my work in front of a … Continue reading

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Communication Piece Variables

During my study, each participant will view a communication piece, based on their answers to a pre-survey, and each communication piece will contain a mixture of 3 major variables (one from each category): Medium: interactive or motion Tone: humorous, matter-of-fact, … Continue reading

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Plan for next research activity

I’m moving into the prototyping and testing stage. In December, I found that people are drawn toward images and text based on their interests (for example, animals, nature, or exercising), and based on their preferred rhetorical style. For example, do … Continue reading

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