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Sample Class Work
Posted on June 1st, 2012
This spring, I began teaching two courses at the University of Washington. The class has been very enjoyable and I have been extremely impressed with the level of talent and creativity my students have demonstrated. Everyone had shown tremendous talent, so I wanted to share some of the work that they had come up with.
This was a fun car selecting tool that a team of my graduate students came up with:
Here is the same project as an iPhone application that a team of my undergrad students thought of:
This was a presentation a student did showing how the psychology of patterning propogates addictive behavior when using Instagram:
And here is a sitemap designed by a student showing the inter-relational data of a local music festival’s website:
These are just a small sampling of the innovative abilities of these students. If you happen to be looking for interns for the summer for your company, seek me out and I will be happy to provide you some great students who are eager for real-world experience.