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Designation: The End

So many good things have happened in the last 8 weeks. Week 6 capped the education part of Designation and a transference into the actual working portion of the program. What’s interesting is noticing the shift in people from classmates … Continue reading

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The Knosey Knows

Yesterday, JJ assigned us a branding and comp project to finish for today. While we only really needed to show up with style tiles, I was totally flummoxed as to how to go about this, especially after spending the morning … Continue reading

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Designation: Week 1

The theme of this week could be “get to know your neighbor”, “get out of your comfort zone”, “think differently” or “welcome to being really tired.” In reality, the theme of the week has been “make stuff.” Or perhaps Andrew … Continue reading

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Rock, Paper, Scissors

Last night’s exercise in Codecademy’s Javascript class required some serious brainpower. It’s invigorating to actually¬†feel my brain working in different ways and doing some mental push-ups. I felt pretty unstoppable last week after I managed to successfully code a simple … Continue reading

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Back to School

Last week, I met with a very cool friend of mine to discuss the next UXBookMKE meetup and pick her brain about my UX progress. As such, I’m re-teaching myself HTML. I knew it once upon a time a long, … Continue reading

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mkeUX meetup: Mike Kornacki of Johnson Controls

Mike Kornacki, UX Architect at Johnson Controls, got a lot of instant grantification from the group of 60+ attendees at last Tuesday’s meetup. He opened his talk likening the adoption of UX culture to the Oregon Trail. Well played, Mike. … Continue reading

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Designing Artifacts in Society: Assignment Week 1

There are four parts to this assignment: 1.1 ¬†GOOD DESIGN (X) – 1 point Task: Create a blog post for the assignment on the Week #1 page titled Question 1.1 and post: A photograph of the artifact (you can take … Continue reading

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