The Practice of Everyday Life

Perspective vision and prospective vision constitute the twofold projection of an opaque past and an uncertain future onto a surface that can be dealt with. This article is a reflection of Michel De Certeau, The Practice of Everyday Life, 1984 – “Concept of the City to Urban Practices,” and “Spaces and Places”. This above quote from the author…

See Yourself Sensing

Becky Stern ‘Laptop Compubody Sock’ This is a reflection on excerpts from Madeline Schwartzman’s See Yourself Sensing – Environments and Reframing. From Maltaf’s work, it gives us the sense of experiencing the objects inside the environment and the external environment itself – in two faces – how does it cause sensation to one’s outside self and inside. Essentially…

Understanding Design Values

This is a reflection of an article on Design Values by Prof. John Sharp. Not just that, this is also vital for me to reflect on my design values before I proceed further to the conceptualization of my Fall Final project. After my mind-map and idea generation, I began to question if I want to…

What do Prototypes Prototype?

This is an article that has been written in the point of view of Human-Computer Interaction and as stated, “interactive computer artifacts”, which I love because it is in the field that I am interested in. This stands out to me as a document that revolves around stating and understanding ‘definitions’. As stated in the…

As We May Think

All images in this post are taken from Trevor Smith Memex #001 ‘As We May Think’  was an article written by Dr. Vannevar Bush, published in 1945. He has written this in the pretext of the final months of World War II and the devastating bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by The United States of America. He…