Monday was our final presentation for our chatbot, “Charlie” for our Designing Innovation class. For Qinyu and I, getting to this place was not easy but it sure was a lot of fun with loads of lessons learned along the way, but before I dive into those lessons, below is our final presentation to our…… Continue reading Charlie: Final Presentations and Reflections
Tag: Alzheimer’s Disease
After a conversation with Professor Tran and several conversations with my team partner, Qinyu, I decided to pursue my chatbot concept in full force. Well, almost. I’m currently poking at the keys because I suddenly developed severe pain in the lower part of my thumb which makes typing and micro movements excruciatingly painful. This, after…… Continue reading Chatbot: “Charlie”
Crossroads: This Idea or That Idea?
What do you do when you started down one path and all of a sudden another reveals itself? Just before Thanksgiving break, I found myself researching two ideas. I knew this wasn’t efficient but I felt compelled to explore the second idea more after the interviews I had conducted. Five interviews later I found that…… Continue reading Crossroads: This Idea or That Idea?
Prototyping: User Flow for CurateCare, Our Intelligent Entertainment System
Moving forward in the design process, Qinyu and I sat down to sketch out the user flow for our CurateCare concept while enjoying a burger at Shake Shack (I’m so grateful they have gluten free buns). Qinyu volunteered to create a higher fidelity version (below). What’s Missing I think we still need flesh out the…… Continue reading Prototyping: User Flow for CurateCare, Our Intelligent Entertainment System