Browsing Herron School of Art and Design by Issue Date

Browsing Herron School of Art and Design by Issue Date

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  • Sanematsu, Helen (2012)
    A small cardboard ‘fort’—four low walls and a roof—was used by a team of design students to investigate the relationship between technology, purpose, and meaning. Placed in a busy hallway in a University setting, the simple ...
  • Hong, Youngbok (Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, 2012-04-13)
    Supporting IUPUI’s Near Eastside Legacy Initiative, eight Herron graduate students in the Collaborative Action Research in Design Course (V510) developed a community based research project focused on understanding the ...
  • Cazares, Carlos Torres (2012-07-23)
    My oddball childhood led me to seek guidance in the weird and macabre. As a teenager I began ghost hunting in cemeteries and constructing haunted houses in my mom’s backyard for the kids in the neighborhood to experience. ...
  • Liu, Shi-Fen (2012-07-23)
    Making art is a way of communication, a method of how to see the world, an attitude toward my life, and a process of struggling for bringing beauty to the community. As a global citizen ...
  • Edwards, Vincent (2012-07-23)
    My thesis work consists of sculptural wooden furniture, which is built using a ‘skin on frame’ technique. One piece uses wooden slats as the ‘skin’ while the other pieces utilize a Dacron ...
  • Woolley, Robert (2012-07-23)
    “The past exists only in our memories, the future only in our plans. The present is our only reality. The tree that you are aware of intellectually, because of that small time lag, is always in the past and therefore is ...
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    Gonzales, Brian (2012-07-23)
    This thesis will discuss my recent body of work, in the context of the change in contemporary culture and human behavior as a result of the spread of new communications technology and the ...
  • Gutierrez, Rogelio (2012-07-23)
    My story begins in Jalisco, Mexico where Rogelio and Maria Del Carmen were born and would eventually fall in love. Rogelio is from a small town called Santillan, Jalisco. He is one of twelve brothers and sisters that ...
  • Warner, Melanie Christine (2012-07-23)
    My life is influenced by decisions that I have made. They are informed by my past and cultivate my future. I inquisitively dig through past experiences to comprehend my choices in life. Whether they are painful, mundane, ...
  • Bord, Jason Dillon (2012-07-23)
    Throughout my life , my connection to art has been tied to a tradition of labor and to the natural environment. My attraction to the outdoors directly affects my material choices and the work I make. Through interacting ...
  • Miley, Aaron Joseph (2012-07-23)
    Furniture makers have a responsibility to influence the way viewers process and interpret their pieces. Using personal memories and life experiences as points of departure, my furniture pieces will attempt to challenge ...
  • Duffey, Ray (2012-07-23)
    Raised in North Carolina close to the coast and down the street from the river, I was outside a lot. The summers were long, which allowed my friends and me ample time to explore the woods in our neighborhood and surrounding ...
  • Ganci, Aaron; Elemary, Hany; Robertson-Boyd, Bob (2013-02-08)
    OCLC has developed a new Web interface for the FirstSearch product using responsive design techniques. We have previewed this new interface with 19 institutions and in early 2013 we will go into open beta with the thousands ...
  • Khazie, Amina (2013-03-06)
    As long as I can remember, I have been a designer. As a child I spent my time painting and decorating furniture in our home. My best model was my father who designed, decorated and built our marvelous house in Tehran,Iran. ...
  • Ganci, Aaron; Ribeiro, Bruno (2013 Design Principles and Practices Conference, 2013-03-08)
    Through qualitative methods, this paper examines the evolving role of the visual communication designer within the Agile development process with a special focus on educational ramifications. As websites and software become ...
  • Ellis, Charles Stephen (2013-05-29)
    DIRECT Rad·i·cal in·tu·i·tion: DE-centering the black box within MA ‘space-time interval’ The process in the creation of my work in ‘studio furniture’ and the underlying research has its INTENTIONS in the elaboration of ...
  • Hoefle, Michael (2013-06-03)
    It was just about five years ago that I started off on the journey that is now coming to an end. I was unhappily working away in the commercial photo industry as a digital technician and second shooter. Not a bad gig for ...
  • Davis, Ashley (2013-06-03)
    Today’s consumers currently face an unprecedented number of seemingly homogeneous product alternatives. Because of the overwhelming number of product options, consumers are experiencing increased negative psychological ...
  • Senibaldi, Dominic (2013-06-04)
    I draw inspiration from mundane activities such as shaving, shredding documents, waking up to an alarm clock and clipping fingernails. I use these activities as a springboard to explore the meaning behind habits. Are habits ...
  • Ferguson, Brittany (2013-06-12)
    To know one’s self, the “real self”, without the distortion of an “idealized self” is quite a challenge in today’s society. Based on personal beliefs, social values, childhood experiences, and learned cultural values, ...

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