Paige KwonVisual Communication Design
TRACE is a product that bridges the gap between generations through storytelling in virtual reality. With TRACE’s virtual reality headset and mobile app, people can share personal stories with their loved ones by being immersed in those memories together at the same time. TRACE is designed with the vision of combining future technology (in five to ten years) and virtual reality to bring storytelling to a whole new level.
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Apollo is a Conversational User Interface (CUI) that provides a personalized learning experience by tailoring education to the students’ learning styles, preferences, and life experiences. Students are able to utilize this cross-platform CUI on existing devices such as computers or mobile devices to make it convenient to access. This alleviates the current problem with the one format learning. Majority of high school students feel that if they don’t understand the model being taught by the teacher, they will be left behind. Apollo bridges that gap by supplementing the students’ education with extra assistance if needed, and provides teachers with information on whether or not students understand the topic.
Italy is filled with rich culture and architecture everywhere you look. The MAXXI Museum, Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo, embodies the simplicity and innovation of art and design. Located near the heart of Rome, MAXXI showcases contemporary exhibitions and artwork from around the world. It’s the perfect mixture of traditional and modern art.
The new logo reflects the striking environment and creative artwork in the MAXXI. The adaptable nature of the X reminds us of the growing opportunities art provides us.
Although the LBGT community is becoming more recognized and accepted by society, many are still uneducated on what makes up one’s identity, and set in a binary perspective.
The Scoop is an exhibition that celebrates gender diversity through the power of ice cream. The Scoop educates individuals by bringing a fun and playful approach to a complicated topic, gender. Ice cream comes in unlimited combinations of flavors and toppings. Just like ice cream, an individual’s identity can be represented through their own unique “cone.” Different print elements were created to make the information easily digestible and create an exciting experience.