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Create a wallet exercise

I created a wallet for Meng, for Meng she doesn't own a wallet before she came to Parsons, and she uses her phone to pay when she was in China. When she came to Parsons she now has 2 cards, and she uses the cardholder...

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What I learned in week2

Day 6 - We learned the different types of prototypes and how they are used for different purposes, even for the same project at different design stages we can use different prototypes to test out ideas. I think this is really helpful because I now know...

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Design Week 2 Summary

Monday: We discussed different types of prototypes and saw how user testing can be conducted with very basic low fidelity prototypes. Tuesday: We presented in pairs an example from the paper on Prototypes that we were assigned to read. We then discussed different types of research and...

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Wallet Exercise

WHAT I MADE Interview: 1st Iteration:   2nd Iteration: My partner really like my first iteration and wanted very slight changes in the 2nd. I added a zip to one pocket and a pattern at the back. WHAT MY PARTNER MADE 1st Iteration: 2nd Iteration: She added more pockets for cards and...

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7Design- Week2 Recap

Weekly Recap, This week we main focused on prototyping and research as part of the design process. On Monday we started our discussion about different types and stages of prototypes. We were given the task to team up with a classmate and learn different research approach based...

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J-Design: Prototype Readings

What do prototypes prototype Stephanie Houde and Charles Hill One of the biggest take aways for me from this reading was the idea that no single type of prototype is ideal for every situation. There are a variety of methods of prototyping, and some are better than...

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