Jasmine LopezVisual Communication Design
MYSTRO is an intelligent conversational user interface that can help anyone reach their musical goals. From extensive researching and user testing, we created a music coach that was adaptable to any type of learner, encouraging to the aspiring musician and could constantly assess the student on their musical accuracy.
This brand and logo celebrates Limor Fried’s personality (the owner of Adafruit with vibrant pink hair) in addition to the maker culture and equality among the makers. It reflects the large splash that maker culture is making in addition to creating an equal playing field among DIY scientists. Adafruit is first and foremost interested in the education of electronics for all people regardless of any factor. They are a tutorial company with a gift shop. Helping to make the world a better place through engineering, learning, and sharing.
This publication is about the intersection between technology and paper folding. While this isn’t a mainstream topic, origami and other paper manipulating techniques are integrated in amazing pieces of technology as solutions for effective design.
This publication is meant to inspire its readers and show how something as simple as folding a piece of paper can be pivotal to advancing technology.
The Stray Case
Misconceptions about the homeless interfere with attempts to help those in need. The Stray Case is an interactive story told in an RPG-style puzzle game format in which you play as Jayla, a homeless kitty who finds herself on a mission to solve a mystery. Our goal of the game is to encourage empathy and to immerse the player into a conversation about homelessness.