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  1. 1. Jenn BoggsThesis 1 - Prof. Tom KlinkowsteinMarch 22, 2013
  2. 2. HypothesisWe build personal transportation networks defined byneed, convenience and familiarity in our communities. Purposefulexploration outside of our networks provides an opportunity to beenlightened due to a heighten sense of awareness.Despite living in an incredibly connected world where people regularlycarry a GPS enabled map there is a strong discomfort with being lostfurthering our dependence on directions and habits.Exploration outside of our networks engages our natural instincts ofanxiety and survival making us more attentive of our surroundingsallowing for the discovery of unexpected associations, and new socialand professional opportunities.Jenn Boggs 3.22.2013
  3. 3. Research OutlinePersonal transportation networks – Historic – CurrentPsychogeography – The Dérive – Existing case studiesGetting Lost Opportunities vs LimitationsDesign Experiment – Design thinking: What is it – ExperimentJenn Boggs 3.22.2013
  4. 4. Personal TransportationNetworksJenn Boggs 3.22.2013
  5. 5. PsychogeographyJenn Boggs 3.22.2013
  6. 6. The DériveJenn Boggs 3.22.2013
  7. 7. Psychogeography TodayJenn Boggs 3.22.2013
  8. 8. Getting LostJenn Boggs 3.22.2013
  9. 9. Design ThinkingJenn Boggs 3.22.2013
  10. 10. Design ExperimentsJenn Boggs 3.22.2013
  11. 11. Works Cited • The Grove Book of Art Writing by Martin Gayford & Karen Wright • Change by Design by Time Brown • The Situationist International: A User’s Guide by Simon Ford • Psychogeography: Disentangling The Modern Conundrum of Psyche and Place by Will Self. Pictures by Ralph Steadman • Inner Navigation by Erik Johnson • You Are Here by Colin EllardJenn Boggs 3.22.2013