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An ever-growing collection of small side projects that make me smile.

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FLUX

Future Leaders of UX Club
Roles: President, Design Sprint Lead, Mentorship Manager
I've been a member of /FLUX for all 4 years of my time at SCAD. I've worked across the organization in multiple roles, and have recently had the great pleasure of co-leading the club alongside /Andrew Goodridge.

FLUX is the User Experience (UX) Design club at the Savannah College of Art and Design. FLUX aims to create an interdisciplinary community of problem-solvers, thinkers, and collaborators in the SCAD student body. The design community is comprised of various majors, including User Experience (UX) Design, Industrial Design, Graphic Design, Advertising, Service Design, Interactive Design and Game Development, and more. FLUX hosts a variety of academically-driven events every quarter, from industry professional-lead lectures to interdisciplinary collaboration events like SCAD StartUp.
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LIT

Leaders of Inclusive Thinking
Roles: Internal Communications, Mentorship Manager, Project Manager
I've been a member of LIT since its inception during my sophomore year at SCAD. We started as a club looking for women-led connections and efforts in the tech industry, and expanded to inclusive thinking for all.

LIT is a community of like minded individuals striving to to put inclusivity and diversity into everything they do. LIT hosts workshops, group discussions, and guest talks to further encourage this message and encourage learning by all participants.
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Interactive Phone Booth Construction

SDES 490
Role: Project Manager
SCAD offers great creative class opportunities. Instead of taking a secondary physical computing course, I was invited to take part in the design and development of an interactive phone booth experience for the school.

In the course of one quarter, our team built multiple different fidelity prototypes of different parts of the experience, and brought them into one cohesive experience to present to the dean at the end of the quarter.

Specifically, I worked on the wind, smell, and texture elements. With a few other students, we built a system of multiple fans and an included leaf blower to bring wind in the booth. Then for smell, we hooked up spray bottles with different essential oils to rain down on the audience. For texture, we built a giant wall of spinning triangles with different textures on each side to respond to the stimuli in the booth. All of this was built with wood, paint, and a lot of Arduino code and components.
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(A sneak peek of the final experience)