My first major design project at FactSet was a re-design of an article database application. At its most basic level, the application allowed the user to enter search parameters to find specific articles in the database.
After graduating from Carnegie Mellon’s Masters of Human-Computer Interaction Program, I was offered a job at FactSet Research Systems, Inc., in Norwalk, Connecticut, based on a referral from a friend. FactSet is a software company that … Read More →
Every member of the MHCI program has to take part in a capstone project. At the start of the spring semester, students are grouped into teams of 4-5 and assigned a client company to work with for the next … Read More →
During the last part of my Interaction Design Studio (spring 2013), we completed our last group project. Our task was to design a ubiquitous or ambient computing system for a specific place. … Read More →
The third project in my Interaction Design Fundamentals class (fall 2012) was a real learning experience for me. Each of us had to create a poster for an avant-garde architecture conference. … Read More →
For the last assignment of my Prototyping Lab (Fall 2012), we were asked to “design an interface/appliance/thing of your choosing.” We had to choose a concept, create a low-fidelity mock-up using Balsamiq, and create a high-fidelity prototype in Flex, which … Read More →
The fourth assignment for my Prototyping lab (Fall 2012) consisted of the iterative design for a microwave console. The microwave UI had to include certain features and buttons in each iteration. After … Read More →