## L-Train: CODE: Processing Homework

CODE: Processing Homework Creating a pattern using "for" loop   I have used "for" loop to create a pattern. It has 3 parts: The background: a gradient which changes on changing the values of mouseX (moving the mouse horizontally) A pattern of ellipses in the center A pattern...

## M Train_Design Reflections_Yao-Chang

Day 1 Learning the definition of mind map, concept map and domain map and practicing them in class are very helpful for me to realize the differences and relations between them. But I still can't come up with my own domain map. I think the problem...

## Shane’s new wallet’s prototype, by Wei Dai

Shane is in general happy with his current wallet, especially the size of it, so I tried to keep the general design similar to the original. The first question He had was that there wasn't enough space for cards in his wallet....

## 2 Train | code

int num = 50; float[] x1 = new float[num]; float[] y1 = new float[num]; float[] x2= new float[num]; float[] y2 = new float[num]; float[] x3 = new float[num]; float[] y3 = new float[num]; void setup(){ size(640,320); noStroke(); } void draw(){ background(0); fill(255); for (int i = 0; i < num-3; i++){ x1[i] = x1[i+3]; y1[i] = y1[i+3]; x2[1] = x2[i+3]+5; y2[1] = y2[i+3]+5; x3[1]...

## 2 Train | Design wallet experience

I worked with Ping. She has a very minimalistic style. She showed me some of her belongings, and most of them are black and simple-designed. She chose an accent color-pink to pair with black. One of her biggest concern is: her current cardholder is...

## 2 Train | wallet prototype

Designed for Tingsley....