Open House at SVA’s MFA in Interaction Design program seemed like it was only yesterday. I remember feeling my heart pound out of my chest after hearing Liz inform the audience that students would have to give their final thesis presentations in a theater in front of hundreds of people. I think she even showed a slide of the theater itself (or it could be my memory just messing with me).
On May 5th, after countless days of practicing my presentation in front of a mirror, on the phone (to prevent awkward stares from other pedestrians), in the shower, and in front of friends, I got up on stage and did my 7 minute (a lot longer than it sounds) presentation.
I would typically place a link of the video to the presentation here, but it’s still being edited. Open IXD presentations. now available. Fortunately, I do have the process capture document available.
Rather than having you (if you choose to) click through all the thesis blog posts that I’ve accumulated from the past year and a half, I’ve compiled and summarized it all onto one page (link below). The document consists of the following sections:
Ok, enough talking, here’s the link: Story Forest Process Capture Document.