Rapid Design for Slow Change

Rapid Design for Slow Change (RDSC) is a design challenge based class I took during my 2nd year in Indiana University's HCI/d Master's program. Over the 10 week course, design teams at corporations and agencies would bring us design challenges that we had between one and three weeks to complete. These projects were done in teams of three and covered a range of subject matter. 

RDSC offered me an opportunity to refine my design process by working in a very fast paced environment. Many of these projects were happening on the same timeline so efficiency and time management were key factors to success. We quickly learned to take on different roles across our teams to produce deliverables each week. 

Below is a sample of my project work during RDSC. Please click on the images to learn more about each project. 

 SceneView   Company: Intel   Challenge: Design a new use case for Intel's Real Sense camera - a 3d camera that has the ability to scan spaces in 3d   This design was a challenge winner 

SceneView 

Company: Intel 

Challenge: Design a new use case for Intel's Real Sense camera - a 3d camera that has the ability to scan spaces in 3d 

This design was a challenge winner 

 eBay checkout process   Company: eBay  Challenge: Reinvent the checkout success page   Final p  resentation  (pdf) 

eBay checkout process 

Company: eBay

Challenge: Reinvent the checkout success page

Final presentation (pdf) 

 

 

 

 

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