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Acton Lake Watershed Research Center

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

a multidisciplinary design project by Samantha Perkins The Multi-disciplinary Design Studio had a unique opportunity this spring (2011) to participate in the designing phases of an NSF Grant proposal for a Watershed Research Center at Acton Lake (near Oxford, Ohio). Collaborating architecture, interior and graphic design students in four different design teams, students were asked [...]

Multi-disciplinary Design Studio: Spring 10

Sunday, December 19th, 2010

This studio occurs each spring semester, with a different project concept each year. In the spring of 2010, eight interdisciplinary teams, consisting of graphic designers, interior designers and architects, designed comprehensive branding solutions for a fictitious spa sited in Pyramid Hill. Each team was committed to design the project at every level of detail proposing a [...]

Armstrong Interactive: Tractor Supply Corporation

Sunday, December 19th, 2010

During the spring semester of 2009, a group of multi-disciplinary students designed a mini-site to accompany the corporate Tractor Supply Corporation site. More information to come.

Multi-disciplinary Design Studio: Spring 09

Sunday, December 19th, 2010

The Clifton District of Cincinnati is situated a few blocks from the University of Cincinnati and a number of hospitals, and acts as a sort of “cultural hub” for the area. The neighborhood is filled with foot traffic from students, medical personnel, locals and visitors. While there are multiple restaurants within the area, the diversity [...]

Building Science Research

Sunday, December 19th, 2010

The Center for Building Science Research has become part of MDC at Miami University to foster student centered research and design opportunities working in collaboration with organizations outside the University. The Building Research Studio continues the tradition of working with clients in the area to provide design and consulting services in the following areas: • [...]

Mobile Italy

Sunday, December 19th, 2010

During this workshop students will actively participate in documenting a culture of design in mid-northern Italy. During the course of the four-week summer term digital and analogue documents, still and motion media, and collected cultural artifacts will be combined to study the Italian design culture as evidenced through its people, arts, architecture, history, and culture. [...]

Interstate Gas Supply

Friday, December 10th, 2010

Scott Johnston, Associate Professor of Architecture and MDC Steering Committee member, worked with two students as consultants for Interstate Gas Supply (IGS). The first part of the work was done under the auspices of the Center for Building Science Research and they followed up with additional testing in the summer on a by-the-hour arrangement. Their role was to analyze [...]

AIMS Ireland 09

Saturday, December 19th, 2009

From 20 July – 15 August 2009, a team of Miami students will be in Dublin, Ireland applying design thinking to develop a new Information Technology Strategy for the Digital Hub. The Digital Hub is an Irish Government initiative to create an international centre of excellence for knowledge, innovation and creativity focused on digital content [...]

Armstrong Interactive: J. Peterman

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

Armstrong Interactive’s main goal in its work for The J. Peterman Company was to develop strategies the company could employ to increase its brand awareness and web presence. The AI team strove to do so in ways not only consistent with the company’s current practices, but in ways in which John Peterman himself would be [...]

AI International

Monday, October 27th, 2008

Armstrong Interactive, the client-based capstone course of the Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies, goes international each summer, most recently in Shanghai and Dublin. A recent client wrote “This class has met and exceeded all my expectations for ‘redefining’ our corporate image. I would put the work your class produced for us up against any [...]

Multi-disciplinary Design Studio: Spring 08

Friday, October 10th, 2008

This studio occurs each spring semester, with a different project concept each year. In the spring of 2008, six interdisciplinary teams, consisting of graphic designers, interior designers and architects, designed comprehensive branding solutions for an arts and architecture bookstore in downtown Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine area. Each team was committed to design the project at every level [...]

Armstrong Interactive Capstone

Friday, October 10th, 2008

Armstrong Interactive (AI), is a client-based consulting experience and is the capstone course of the Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies. AI contracts with corporate and non-profit clients to develop digital solutions to their operational problems. Over the course of one semester, a team of students, from disciplines as diverse as marketing, computer science, graphic [...]

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  • Acton Lake Watershed Research Center Multi-disciplinary Project
    no responses - Posted 08.10.11
    The Multi-disciplinary Design Studio had a unique opportunity this spring (2011) to participate in the designing phases of an NSF Grant proposal for a Watershed Research Center at Acton Lake (near Oxford, Ohio). Collaborating architecture, interior and graphic design students in four different design teams, students were asked to design and develop information and exhibit graphics that would potentially be ... continue
  • Acton Lake Watershed Research Center
    no responses - Posted 08.09.11
    a multidisciplinary design project by Samantha Perkins The Multi-disciplinary Design Studio had a unique opportunity this spring (2011) to participate in the designing phases of an NSF Grant proposal for a Watershed Research Center at Acton Lake (near Oxford, Ohio). Collaborating architecture, interior and graphic design students in four different design teams, students were asked to design and develop information and exhibit ... continue