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  1. MOTIV in the New York Times »

    Jul 21, 2011

    You know it’s a good day when you sleep in, roll out of bed to put on a fresh pot of coffee, sit back on the couch with a delicious bowl of fresh fruit and open the newspaper for a leisurely read only to find A GINORMOUS PHOTO OF YOU PRESENTING YOUR THESIS ABOVE THE […]

  2. MOTIV User Testing »

    Mar 21, 2011

    Last week I started a meetup on meetup.com for anybody interested in trying out MOTIV and perhaps even writing some pieces for it. We had 15 signups in the first week and a few folks came this Saturday to play around with it. I’m really happy with the response so far, but there’s still a […]

  3. This Is Getting Intense »

    Mar 10, 2011

    Post-It sketches of potential gestural visualizations Today I’m down at sxsw. If you’re here and want to meet up, tweet @strangenative! Before I skipped town for a bit of nerdy r&r I did a bit more work on developing my prototype. At the encouragement of the gentlemen of berg I began thinking about how I […]

  4. We Are Go for Launch »

    Mar 04, 2011

    A few things happened this week. Jack Schulz and Matt Jones of berg stopped by the sva studio to lead some students in a weeklong workshop. It was amazing. We made nonsensical product drawings, re-imagined the average household thermostat as something you might see in a book about cooky Japanese inventions by making paper prototypes, […]

  5. Meetings and Adjustments »

    Jan 31, 2011

    This past week I had some great conversations and some important realizations. Requirements On Thursday I made a requirements document, a simple list describing each element that would have to be accomplished for me to complete my thesis. Going into the exercise I imagined I would create a two-part system: A sequencing system and what […]