A collaborative speculative design project that aims to re-evaluate the safety of biometrics in protecting our identities. Our design objective was, to visualize the role biometric authentication plays in future and the illusions of privacy it creates. In this project, I created the vector graphic illustration of the logo and data board pattern. I also made the display poster for the project.
Western Juniper is seen as an invasive species in Eastern Oregon. Our design objective, was to create a simple and poetic we language, to help provoke atypical stakeholders to have a conversation about how Western Juniper and climate change are connected. This collaborative project aimed create understanding for the silent party in the Eastern Oregon system, Western Juniper. All in hope to expand the conversation on how to handle Western Juniper. In this project, I helped create the illustration of the Western Juniper tree and help to create the information on the conversation cards with Jessica Riehl.
Photos are courtesy of Katie Mays and Jessica Riehl
Layout courtesy of Jessica Riehl and Olive Guthrie
Every year the Sustainable Cities Initiative (SCI) of University of Oregon, chooses a city to improve. This project reflect the effort to perfect a wayfinding system in the selected city ofSpringfield, Oregon. The design is inspired by symbol of the city of Springfield, which is the Chinook Driftboat.