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2016 Conference Proceedings
Dana Moody, Jill Weitz, Jessica Etheredge, Catherine Kendall, Tonya Miller, March 2016
This study explores websites and social media as tools to recruit interior design students. The findings form a guide to maximize recruiting efforts.
2016 IDEC Annual Conference
Tina Sarawgi, Proceedings Coordinator, October 2016
A Case Study Examining the CCT of Fluorescent Lighting on Student On-task Behavior in an Elementary School Classroom
Alana Pulay, Marilyn Read, March 2016
A case study that examines elementary school student on-task behavior under a higher correlated color temperature (CCT) of fluorescent lighting compared to a lower CCT of fluorescent lighting.
A Home for Anthony
Denise McAllister Wilder, Zoohee Choi, March 2016
Five years after completion of their universally designed home a post-occupancy evaluation determined impact on family life, realization of design intent and contribution to quality of life.
A New Way of Thinking: Teaching Design Management in an Integrated College Setting
Manish Kumar, Shauna Corry Hernandez, March 2016
This presentation will highlight the development of an interdisciplinary Design Management course with the goal of helping to preparing graduates to be successful leaders in professional practice.
A Product of Sharing: Designing a Culturally Adaptive Exhibit
Kyra Christiansen, Kathleen Ryan, March 2016
This process used to develop the exhibit is a product of sharing the cultural context, rather than the simple displaying of artifacts related to the antiquated perception of a dying or dead culture.
Advancing Environmental Literacy in the Green School Building
Laura Cole, March 2016
This presentation offers results from an ongoing longitudinal study of a Teaching Green School Building.
After the Unthinkable: Revisiting Design & Security in the Built Environment
Rula Awwad-Rafferty, Linda O'Shea, March 2016
Through case analysis the authors explore inclusive security and identify ways Interior Design may anticipate threats, prevent potential security breach, mitigate incidents, and modify practice.
Are creativity and spatial ability improved through education?: A longitudinal study of a cohort of interior design students
Ji Young Cho, Pamela Evans, March 2016
This longitudinal study is about the changes in the creativity and spatial ability of 23 interior design students from their freshman to senior years.
Assessing Sleep Patterns in Interior Design Students: A Pilot Study
Elise King, Michael Scullin, March 2016
This pilot study assessed the sleep habits of undergraduate interior design majors using both objective and subjective measures over a period of seven days leading up to a project due date.
Assessing Staff Satisfaction with Indoor Environmental Quality in Assisted Living Facilities
Qun Zuo, Eileen E. MaloneBeach, March 2016
Assessing staff satisfaction with IEQ in Assisted Living Facilities
Autonomous Botanists
Nicole Koltick, March 2016
This installation piece is comprised of a newly designed robot species and an artificial landscape for them to inhabit. The robots, entitled NESL's (Nurturing Emergent Synthetic Life), perform aesthetically motivated gardening activities, planting and tending crystals within a fantastical synthetic landscape. This project seeks to explore the poetic and aesthetic potentials of a newly designed robotic species and their synthetic habitat. As a tangible artefact of design fiction, the piece navigates the lines between art, design, technology and philosophy to examine future issues of robotic agency including empathy towards robots and the creative potential of robot behaviors and aesthetics.
Breaking Academic Silos
Marla Emory, Tom Futrell, March 2016
The compartmentalization of design disciplines in academia is a standard that is often contrary to professional practice. Until recently, many academic departments focused on their design processes in isolation. While this model has proven to be successful, it is limiting to the overall design education. A solution was to develop a studio that focused on a mixture of topics, tools and expertise. By converging multiple design methodologies, students were exposed to a variety of new problem solving skills.
Builder Digs: An Office Space for a Construction Company
Kendra Ordia, March 2016
This construction company’s office interiors showcases regional construction typologies celebrating built connections, local culture, and craft with an honest approach to materials.
Built Drawings
Deborah Scott, March 2016
Built Drawings are the result of experimentation with dimension, the laser cutter’s mark-making potential and idea that drawing is more than intention to denote form.
C5: Collaborate, Create, Construct Capstone Charette
Elizabeth Pober, Tammy McCuen, Lee Fithian, March 2016
C5 is an interdisciplinary design-build project designed as a collaboration between senior architecture, interior design, and construction students supported by the use of BIM.
Can Introducing Open Source and Co-designing Opportunities in Design Curriculum Help Grow a Culture of Empathy? How Open Are You?
Moira Gannon Denson, Stephanie McGoldrick, March 2016
In this presentation, the faculty will share successes and challenges to immersing students in co-designing and open source design and working with design professionals, persons with disabilities, health professionals, and students at other institutions to solve a design problem.
Chair 29
Jacob Tucci, March 2016
A 3D-printed lounge chair prototype ideal for consuming media on your digital devices.
Changing Public Perception of Heroin Recovery
Kimberly Burke, Kurt Grannan, March 2016
How can interior design programs provide meaningful learning opportunities for students to use design skills to serve the common good. This presentation follows an interdisciplinary studio (interior design and graphic design) whose goal was to change public perception of heroin recovery.
Characters of creative interior space: How much are they universal or culturally different?
Ji Young Cho, Jae-sik Lee, Jaewoo Yoo, March 2016
This presentation is about a cross-cultural study of characteristics of creative interior design .

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