Undergraduate Design students participate in exhibition at Franklin Street Works
Mon. October 27, 2014
Second year undergraduate Design students participate in It Narratives: The Movement of Objects of Information at Franklin Street Works (Connecticut). The students sent in letterpress postcards of texts and/or tweets. The postcards are a dialogue (two-part) conversation, set on the same paper and same typeface and size; however, with 40 post cards coming in, they will never really be paired up with their matches. The exhibition will be on display Septeberm 6, 2014–November 9, 2014.
Jesse Kinbarovsky speaks at BorgFest Austin Meet Up
Mon. September 22, 2014
Jesse Kinbarovsky (MFA Design, 2014) will speak at BorgFest's Wearable Wednesday Austin about his new device, Glucocue. His lecture, When measuring gets in the way of therapy: What diabetics can teach us about UX design, asks "What can diabetics teach us about the longevity of self-quantification efforts, and how might such experience inform the technology we produce and the interfaces we design?"
The event will take place Wednesday, September, 24, from 6–10 p.m. Admission is free and registration is required.