412-OCTAVIA: A community garden installation that creates a collocated dialogue among neighbors, Corus: An ambient and instinctual system to promote dyadic sleep in cohabitating couples, Ken: A mobile app to expand your range of understanding and help you become a better informed citizen, Ditto: An installation and web platform that helps people reflect on their expressions and collects community data
412-OCTAVIA: A community garden installation that creates a collocated dialogue among neighbors

Julia Petrich, MDes 2018

Julia Petrich

Julia is an MDes Candidate at Carnegie Mellon University. She is drawn to the ways all design communicates and to the means by which our design decisions reflect upon our values. She's passionate about making her ideas understood through storytelling, strong narrative structure, and character development. She is currently interested in exploring how we might better design community-oriented services to support civic engagement. These are a few of her recent projects.

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