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SLIDES: Review One

  1. 1. Robin McDowell // Review One // 4.4.14
  2. 2. THE ROAD TO TEXAS
  3. 3. Kate Catterall Gloria Lee Riley Triggs Dr. Michael Winship Dr. Robert Jensen Dr. Barry Brummett
  4. 4. THE SAD SILO PROBLEM
  5. 5. THE POLYMATH EGO PROBLEM
  6. 6. Hi. We’re a volvox.
  7. 7. “Specialists of a thousand persuasions write in private languages for a tiny number of their peers.” “Conversation is a more powerful medium of understanding than messages projected at us by media. But tomorrow’s literacies need not exclude artifice and creatitvity.” “We will get from here to there by a series of small, but carefully considered, steps.” In The Bubble: Designing In A Complex World, 2005 JT (JOHN THACKARA) BREAKS IT DOWN
  8. 8. PRECEDENTS
  9. 9. “Austin is a disaster zone. Parking is a nightmare kill me now.” - Jared Warth, March 16, 2012 “This is a disaster for downtown Austin. Please retweet.” - Sean Davis, October 7, 2013 THE AUSTIN DISASTER
  10. 10. Do these methods (diagramming, media translation) work with strangers? What OTHER methods or themes will help graduate students break down disciplinary walls? Is there an exit point for me, as the designer? Is this process (re)packageable? If so, what is that form? QUESTIONS
  11. 11. Define test group(s) – Art & Art History Grads? All Grads? Design and Engineering? Experiment with strangers to determine guidelines for interaction Develop and test other methods or themes Document, publish, and circulate work with diagrams Map this on to Summer work in Italy NEXT STEPS
  12. 12. A colony of friends who believe that design is more than decorating. It can grow slowly and change minds... The new shape of communications is more like a place than a production line. John Thackara, In The Bubble: Designing in a Complex World Personal observations and encounters in the most ordinary of landscapes can and will raise questions and issues routinely avoided by programmed educational and entertainment authorities. John Stilgoe, Outside Lies Magic
  13. 13. OK. GO AHEAD.

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