In collaboration with Lizzy Nolin and Sam Gao
Click here for a larger image of our poster (designed by Lizzy)
We did not believe that campus workspaces met the needs of all Carnegie Mellon students; exacerbating the stress of academic life and inhibiting concentration. Through in-depth research we developed a framework to build a great communal workspace. This project was an exercise in design research methods, and we leveraged generative making sessions as well as quantitative data gathering and surveys.
We built our own collection of wood and foam blocks to engage with research participants in designing workspaces at the desk-scale and space-scale
Qualitative and quantitative data on existing workspaces [click-through]
Results of generative making sessions with students at desk scale [click-through]
Results of generative making sessions with students at space scale [click-through]
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