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This desk includes a built in computer screen. The dimensions of the desk are 3.5′ x 2′ x 2.5′


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My apartment’s kitchen is poorly designed. Whoever conceived the layout didn’t have much to work with: the space is tiny. When we first moved in, I marveled at the spacious vintage cabinetry, since our previous apartment had even less kitchen space. The cabinets span two entire walls, running from the sink to the refrigerator. Their warm, smooth aged wood appeals to me on a visceral level: they remind me of something that one might find in a provincial kitchen in the 1950’s. I like that I can stockpile groceries when I find a good deal and that I can cram all my pots, pans and the ridiculous gadgets my mom keeps sending me (onion goggles, anyone?) into them. Read the rest of this entry »

As discussed in my previous post, The Mom Blogs is an example of a poorly-designed website. Our assignment was to re-design it using wireframes. Read the rest of this entry »

Our first assignment for Theories and Practices of Interactivity is to find two examples of design, one good and one bad. Read the rest of this entry »