Design Week Schedule - Spring 2019

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It's Design Week for Spring 2019! Please join us as we display and celebrate all of the work our students have done over the past semester.

All events are open to the public unless otherwise noted.
MMCH = Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall

And join us on Twitter and Instagram using #CMUDesignWeek!

Wednesday, May 1st

Design for Service (Steenson)
MMCH A11
8:30 - 9:50am

Design for Social Innovation (Krishnaswami)
MMCH 121
12:00 - 1:20pm
NOT Open to the Public

Communication Design Fundamentals (Choi)
MMCH 121
6:30 - 7:50pm
NOT Open to the Public

Thursday, May 2nd

Cultures (Ansari/Ortega/Qazi)
MMCH A11
3:00 - 4:20pm
NOT Open to the Public

Communication Design Fundamentals (Petrich)
MMCH 121
6:30 - 7:50pm
NOT Open to the Public

Monday, May 6th

C Studio II & Lab: Designing Communications For Interactions (Rohrbach & Twigg)
MMCH A11
11:00 - 12:00pm

Design for Social Innovation (Krishnaswami)
MMCH 121
12:00 - 1:20pm

Freshman Design Lab & Visualizing (Chung/Shim/Peters/Anderson/Zywica/Mentzer)
MMCH A6
12:00 - 1:30pm
The freshman will be showing work they have produced this semester in multiple courses, which includes 3D models, stop motion videos, drawings and photography. All are welcome to come help celebrate all they've done these past few months.

Senior Studio (Peters/Hughes)
MMCH 213/214
2:00 - 4:00pm
This semester seniors are paired with local organizations that are part of the Climate & Urban Systems Partnership (CUSP). The students have developed small exhibits and interactive games that amplify the core messages and initiatives that these groups are promoting. Come learn about amazing, local, non-profit organizations and play some games!

Advanced Web Design (Twigg)
MMCH A11
3:00 - 4:00pm

Prototyping for Interactin Design (Twigg)
MMCH A11
4:15 - 5:15pm

Tuesday, May 7th

Environments Studio & Lab (Stadelmeier/Chapman)
MMCH 211
10:00 - 1:00pm

Photo Narrative (Brodsky)
MMCH 121
10:30 - 12:00pm

Product Studio II (Baskinger)
MMCH 121
1:00 - 3:00pm

Co-Designing for Social Innovation (Rettig/du Plessis)
MMCH 107
3:00 - 4:20pm

Wednesday, May 8th

Awards Ceremony
MMCH 103 Breed Hall
12:00 - 1:30pm

Furniture (Merriman)
MMCH 107
1:00 - 3:30pm

Experimental Form (Baskinger)
MMCH 203
1:30 - 3:30pm

Thursday, May 9th

MA Studio: Intro to Interaction Design (O'Leary/Deal)
MMCH 121
8:30 - 11:20am
Join us as students present the outcomes for our final project, "Beyond the Screen." In this exercise, students design a system of components that work together to support a user or community of users as they attempt to achieve some practical goal. This product ecosystem includes multiple touchpoints across multiple channels (e.g., digital apps and services, physical goods, wearables, ambient indicators, wayfinding/signage systems, other print materials, and/or service-oriented interactions between people). At least one component must be delivered in a channel that is not screen-based. Feel free to drop in—you're welcome to attend all or part of the sessions.

Environments Studio IV: Projects from Sleep Ecologies & the Unseen Surround (Lockton)
MMCH 210
10:00 - 1:00pm
CJ Walsh, Erin Ryan, Jackie Chou, Antonio Song and Tammar Zea-Wolfson will be showing interactive work and prototypes from two projects. Sleep Ecologies, in collaboration with Philips Design, explores sleep, wellbeing and mental health among students through physical and digital probes each investigating a different aspect of sleep's intersections with everyday life. The Unseen Surround examines and reveals invisible and hidden phenomena in our environments and the systems we inhabit, from language to identity to our understanding of climate change.

Communication Studio IV (Shim)
MMCH 203
12:00 - 3:00pm

Products 4 (Chung)
MMCH 121
1:30 - 4:30pm
NOT Open to the Public

Friday, May 10th

Grad Design Studio 2/Research Methods (Scupelli/Hanington)
MMCH 215
1:30 - 4:30pm
Four student teams from the MDES/MPS program will present their semester-long projects on "Design for Empathy at Scale", sponsored by Microsoft Research as part of the annual Design Expo program. Self-defined projects will feature research and design of solutions for Building Solidarity in the Service Industry, Experiencing Transitions to Sustainable Food Practices, Enabling Empathy for Refugees, and Connecting Young Professionals and Older Adults to Build Resilient Communities.

Design Week logo by Adrian Galvin (MDes)

Date Published: 
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
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