For my final year creative technology project I was able to incorporate my passion for storytelling, digital technologies and user centered design. I developed a writing organisation web application to help writers manage their creative writing projects. I used a range of iterative, qualitative research methods including design probes, auto-ethnographic interviews and researching through practice to better understand creative writing processes. This ensured I grounded my final design in the insights developed from considering my own and other individuals creative writing processes.
Final prototype video
To read about the process I went through to research, design and develop this prototype please click here to visit my documentation blog.
I created a fully responsive website to showcase the development of an Internet of Things (IoT) project called Tulip. The device is designed to plug into a plants soil, take readings of the plants vitals, and send this information to the user via an app on their smart phone.
I conducted research into competitors, pitched the device to my peers using Prezi, developed a prototype of the device using an Arduino, and created a short video in Premier Pro to document the process.
To view all of this work on my live website please click here.
Creating a times tables game in Java using BlueJ
I created a working times tables game aimed at children using Java and then made mock ups for how the start screen would look on different devices.