Posts Tagged With technology

Physical Therapy At Home

The new ‘stay-at-home’ order has heavily influenced everyone’s daily lives; including school, sports, and even things like doctors visits. While I was wandering around the house I noticed my mom using a device on her neck, and to my curiosity, I had to ask what it was. This device, strangely shaped, was given to her…

Down Time: iPhone Feature

Today I decided to use the down time feature for the first time. This feature allows the user to restrict the use of certain apps, or all apps, for a specific amount of time. The motive is to encourage a healthier technology usage lifestyle. Social media has become such a way of life, that it…

Eddie Opara visits College of Design!

Eddie Opara, a well-established designer whose work spans all 5 of the different practices we have learned, detailed “what the hell he does on a daily basis” and the hierarchy that fuels the intention behind his work in his lecture about many of his projects. His hierarchy lies in 9 different categories: neutral, variable, adaptive,…

Matthew Carter: My Life in Type

In his TedTalk titled Matthew Carter: My Life in Type, Matthew Carter, a British typeface designer for an array of widely used fonts, details his typographic journey and materialization of type throughout a time of high-speed technological innovation. I personally appreciated Carter’s candidacy in revealing the setbacks and flaws behind eventual typographic successes. It is…

Jewish Museum Identity

Video: https://vimeo.com/92860357 The Jewish Museum Identity project was a project made for the Jewish Museum located in a seven-story mansion in the Upper East side of Manhattan. It is the most distinguished museum in the United States of America that is completely developed to Jewish art and culture.  This museum includes a collection of over thirty-thousand…