Digital Tinkering – Error!

This week I have used the Arduino Project Book to help me learn and understand the language of coding in it's most basic form.  Project 02 A green LED will turn on when the button is pressed. When the Arduino receives a signal from the button, the green light will turn off and two red... Continue Reading →

Mapping – Studio Day

Task one - Positionality If you type "what is design?" into Google you will get roughly 103,000,000 results all offering different views and ideas, arguing what design is. I believe design is a vast and exponential field that encompasses an array of different fields, terms and practices (which can sometimes gets a little confusing). Tharpe and Tharpe... Continue Reading →

Inspiration is everywhere

I feel exceptionally lucky that I study in a field where I have so many opportunities to express and explore things that interest me. Project two is an open brief meaning I have full control over what I want to delve into, helping me to gain a deep and broad understanding of my chosen subject.... Continue Reading →

Digital Tinkering – Getting Started

Everyone, everyday uses technology however, most of us leave the programming to engineers. Arduino is a open source platform that makes it possible for anyone of any age to program tiny computers called micro controllers, which make it possible for us to make objects interact. Over the past few years Arduino is something that I've... Continue Reading →

Let’s get ready to…BLOG!

Over the next few months I will be using this blog as a way to document, communicate and reflect upon my MA design project journey. Before continuing I decided it was important for me to highlight keys aspects of the module aims... · develop a deep and broad understanding of your MA project · apply,... Continue Reading →

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