Category Archives: Meetings

November 18 thesis meeting

I can’t believe how quickly this semester is going by. During this meeting, Stacie and I talked about my upcoming interviews, and Stacie helped me decide on a few images to cut from the probe. We also discussed some ways … Continue reading

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November 4 thesis meeting

During this group meeting, we discussed the upcoming poster session, and I showed Stacie and my classmates a few text prototypes that I created, using different emotional tones. I also created a diagram to show the types of messages I … Continue reading

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October 28 thesis meeting

Today, I showed Stacie the results of my survey (part 1, see previous post) and a few sketches I have done. We talked about ways I can continue with the sketches and how I can use sketching to visualize the … Continue reading

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October 21 thesis meeting

This week, we had our group meeting. We brought in artifacts that we’d been collecting. I showed The Board, on which I’d been trying to map more than 50 pieces of information design or campaigns dealing with environmental and social … Continue reading

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October 14 thesis meeting

Today, I turned in my literature review (so far). You can download a PDF of my lit review here. Stacie and I discussed the survey that I sent out last week, and also the journals that I’m planning to send … Continue reading

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September 23 thesis meeting

Today during our group meeting we discussed some of the literature we’ve been reading. Although I have somewhat refined my thesis to deal less with persuasion and more with presenting information, my readings during the past few weeks have been … Continue reading

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September 16 thesis meeting

This week has been all about IRB, as I have been extremely busy putting together surveys, interview questions, journals, protocols, and consent forms. The application process is grueling, but at least it means that, if I come up with any … Continue reading

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