On my previous blog post, I wrote about UK’s natural disaster history. Based on the data, we found that UK does have the risk of experiencing natural disasters. However, not intend to downplay the suffering of the victims, UK natural disasters are far much smaller comparing to other regions. UK is probably the safest area […]Read more "FMP Week 5 : To Change or Not to Change"
To create a good design, we have to gather a fair amount of data regarding problems that we would like to resolve, through conducted research. The data can be gathered using several data collection or research methods. Primary and secondary resource can be used to gather required information regarding the subject. Not only we can […]Read more "FMP Week 4 : Data Collection Resources"
source: Getty Images Not all children learn the same way. There are several individual learning styles that describe the ways in which individual children acquire information, evaluate it, and then examine their finding. Understand learning styles helps to attract children interest and then absorb information provided. According to Silver, Strong, and Perini (1997), there are […]Read more "FMP Week 3 : Children Learning Styles"
Earthquakes are among the most deadly natural hazards. There are around 100 earthquakes each year of a size that could cause serious damage (British Geological Survey, 2015). UK does have a history of earthquakes. The largest one was the 1931 North Sea earthquake recorded at 6.1 Richter in magnitude that caused damages in 71 different […]Read more "FMP Week 2 : Natural Disaster History in the UK"
Semester 2 of my MA Communication Design study has ended. I am relieved that I managed to finish all tasks required, not to mention an assignment for my optional module, Entrepreneurship. Now it is time to concentrate on my Final Major Project. I really interested in the natural disaster, as it is a major concern […]Read more "FMP Week 1 : Research Question"
More people drink bottled water every day. Due to this development, bottled water also expected to be the number one packaged drink by 2016 (bottledwater.org). The global consumption of bottled water is 53 billions annually. However, only 1 in 5 bottles are recycled. The rest contribute to the 3 billion pounds of plastic bottles added to landfills each year […]Read more "DESIGN 2 REFLECTIVE REPORT"
That wonderful sunny Tuesday morning, I took a bus from University of Southampton interchange to London to have a presentation at KIN Design. I was going to present my smart recycling bin design through a video I shared earlier here, the Free Clothes Vending Machine. We first had a tour around the studio. I really like […]Read more "PRESENTATION AT KIN"