The Texas Design Journal is UT Austin's first scholarly journal dedicated to documenting student design research. The organization was founded by Neil Potnis, Sean Feng, Ranjan Veludandi, and Corey Li to provide a platform for student designers to discuss their academic, extracurricular, and professional experiences in the field of design. Since design is such a broad field, we believe that anyone - regardless of their major - can contribute to the journal with their design-related thoughts, ideas, and proposals.
(2021) University of Texas at Austin; Potnis, Neil; Feng, Sean
Table of Contents: ABOUT -- The Team / p. 01 -- Editors' Note / p. 03 -- IMMERSE -- Food Insecurity Among College Students / by Rohit Dinesh (p. 05) -- User Personas in Design Thinking / by Sean Feng (p. 08) -- Implication of NFTs on the Art Community / by Parth Ghawghawe (p. 11) -- Humanitarian AI and Vulnerable Populations / by Devina Parihar (p. 13) -- Making Sense of Chaos / by Eshna Parikh (p. 16) -- Student Experiences in Design / by Tanvi Shah (p. 20) -- Instructional Design / by Riya Solanki (p. 24) -- IDEATE -- Imagining the World of Engineering in Color / by Wis Escher (p. 28) -- Light the Way / by Ivy Lee (p. 30) -- Inclusive Multimodal Design / by Amy Li (p. 32) -- Austin Bus System Prototyping / by Corey Li (p. 34) -- Rethinking the Study Space Experience / by Neil Potnis (p. 36) -- PRODUCT ANALYSIS -- Understanding XR / by Celine Low (p. 42) -- Microtransactions in Gaming / by Bruce Luo (p. 44) -- Agile Development / by Ranjan Veludandi (p. 47) -- Robinhood: An Unworthy King / by Roger Zhong (p. 50) -- REFERENCES p. 53