Circle Meets Square

This week I explored stop motion animation. In collaboration with Abby Lee, together we designed an 1 minute looping animation that conveys a story about a circle meeting a square for the first time. The animation begins with the circle character coming to life and being happy (jumping up and down). The circle begins its […]

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Life in Color

The palette I think best represents me are the following 5 colors: These colors were generated on the Coolors website and I immediately fell in love with them since they are reminiscent of colors found in nature. I appreciate the gradient from dark green to light green and the variety of combinations within the palette […]

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Redesigning a boarding pass

For this week’s project, I challenged myself to redesign the following boarding pass from Delta: The first thing I noticed about this design was how convoluted it was. The text is very clustered and hard to read. The gate information is almost hidden as it blends in with the monotony of the rest of the […]

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Distribution of public trash and recycling bins in disadvantaged neighborhoods throughout New York City

This is my final research project for my Ecological Analysis with GIS course. GIS stands for Geographic Information Systems and one of the most common GIS software is ArcGIS. Using ArcGIS, I evaluated the distribution of public trash and recycling bins in disadvantaged neighborhoods throughout New York City. This entailed performing spatial and quantitative analyses […]

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