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Operations Plan for Mapamundi Kids

Mapamundi is a unique store with a lot of potential that needed to build confidence through structure and foresight. Through our Operational Initiative we created a strategy that plans to approach growth from the perspectives of marketing, maintenance and management calls.

Semester: Fall 2016
Course: Operations & Systems
Faculty: Timothy Smith
Status: Live|Last updated:November 28, 2023 9:12 AM
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Capsule 8_Team Fashion

Capsule 8 is the new fashion concept that minimizing the wardrobe but maximizing the ways of wearing. Starting from the painpoint of people have so many clothes in their wardrobe but a lot of times, they still feel nothing to wear. Capsule 8 will solve this problem by offering the capsule wardrobe concept, which is eight timeless pieces of cloeths that can be mix-matched in more than twenty ways. What's more, the eight items are well selected that are stuitable for the weather of SF Bay Area.

Semester: Fall 2016
Course: Experiences Studio
Faculty: Charlie Sutton
Status: Live|Last updated:November 28, 2023 9:12 AM
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Capsule 8 - Experience Studio

Capsule 8 is a pop-up clothing retail space created by Marisa, Ryan, Changlin, and Nicholas. At the start of the Fall 2016 semester we were given the task of creating a pop-up store for the category clothing. The team started with secondary research, defining areas of interest; athleisure, recycled, custom/tailored, and capsule. From these four areas of interests, we set out to do street intercepts. We found pain points and areas of opportunities of clothes shopping. After several group discussions around our research, both primary and secondary, we decided on a capsule collection. Capsule is a wardrobe collection of a few essential items of clothing that don’t go out of fashion, such as coats, collared shirts, plain t-shirts, and jeans. This defined product category was perfectly suited to solve our people problem statement of “I am overwhelmed by my closet and shopping. I have a lot of clothes, but nothing to wear, or that fits”. With our defined retail space set on a capsule collection we began to …

Semester: Fall 2016
Course: Experiences Studio
Faculty: Charlie Sutton
Status: Live|Last updated:November 28, 2023 9:12 AM
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Flutter

The anticipation and excitement of expecting a child have increasingly been diminished by the stress of finding accessible, quality childcare. With no uniform situation or system, navigating childcare has become overwhelming and stressful for parents & guardians. Options vary from family, friends, nannies, in-home daycare & centers. There is no single platform to aid families. We are Flutter, an aggregate marketplace that balances a family’s constraints (time, money, & location) with all their available childcare options. Through flexible schedule building Flutter allows parents and guardians to have all their childcare options in one organized place.

Semester: Spring 2017
Course: Venture Studio
Faculty: Michael Fox
Status: Live|Last updated:September 29, 2023 9:13 AM
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Flooding Rebranded: For Sustainable Prevention & Recovery

Global climate change is increasing the frequency and severity of extreme weather. “A recent study says we can expect the oceans to rise between 2.5 and 6.5 feet (0.8 and 2 mt) by 2100, enough to swamp many of the cities along the U.S. East Coast. More dire estimates, including a complete meltdown of the Greenland ice sheet, push sea level rise to 23 feet (7 mt), enough to submerge London.” Flooding Rebranded will attempt to mitigate the impact of flooding on coastal regions within the United States. The objective being to foster a sustainable model for prevention & recovery. Our solution: REVERB, the integration of ‘eco-barriers’ into human settlements via a supporting framework. REVERB centers on two primary stakeholders: victims (or affected peoples) and natural ecosystems. Municipalities & federal government entities are considered as tertiary stakeholders in the implementation process. REVERB creates a framework for the implementation of natural/living systems to enhance (& protect) human settlement…

Semester: Spring 2016
Course: Sustainability Studio
Faculty: Michael Sammet
Status: Live|Last updated:September 29, 2023 9:13 AM
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"Us. Be the Voice. Vote" by Team Creative Code

In the 2014 midterm elections 91.8% of young people DID NOT vote. Team Creative Code designed "Us - Be the voice. Vote." to connect with this audience. It is a campaign that highlights an individuals community to increase voter turnout. In this context, what is community? It is the people you interact with everyday. It is your family. It is your friends and your acquaintances. The campaign is comprised of a series of physical interactions: 1. AN IMPACT REMINDER. Highlighting an individuals direct impact on their community with a token. 2. COMMUNITY CONNECTION. Capturing attention with urban art installations centered on: ‘You are the face of California. Be the voice. Vote.’ It captures the image of the individual and connects it to a greater body of citizens. 3. AFTER THE BALLOT. Moving the community to celebrate their voice and vote after the election.

Semester: Fall 2015
Course: Innovation Studio
Faculty: Lisa K. Solomon, Susan Worthman
Status: Live|Last updated:September 29, 2023 8:52 AM
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Nail Canvas

For art-lovers who attend festivals and seek to celebrate the occasion, Nail Canvas is a pop-up nail salon that transforms the moment into nail art. Unlike other nail services, Canvas partners with local artists to craft designs specific to the occasion. Wear the moment.

Semester: Fall 2019
Course: Experiences Studio
Faculty: Elizabeth Glenewinkel
Status: Live|Last updated:December 16, 2019 7:33 PM
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Strategic Foresight final project

Misuse of data is a serious problem. But perhaps equally as troubling is the fact that many users are not sufficiently aware of how exactly popular apps and platforms work, how their engagement is optimized, or what’s being tracked and collected. In our project, we identified: growing amounts of data being collected and sold, negligent click-throughs of terms and conditions, ”smart” tech, facial recognition technologies, and awareness by organizations as evident and emerging trends. We also created a CLA and a poster for a possible future of Bio design.

Semester: Fall 2019
Course: Strategic Foresight Studio
Faculty: Andy Dong, Jake Dunagan
Status: Live|Last updated:December 15, 2019 11:47 PM
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Diamond in the Rough

sitioning Statement: For urban millennial couples shopping for unique wedding bands, Diamond in the Rough is a jewelry pop-up that guides customers through the process of designing and printing their rings. Unlike traditional jewelry stores, Diamond in the Rough demystifies fine jewelry and enables couples in the creation of a personal and lasting symbol of their love. Summary: The Diamond in the Rough experience begins weeks or even months before the couple gets to the store. They are connected online with a Design Associate who learns about the couple, their plans, and their preferences and helps guide them toward their preferred designs. When the couple arrives at their appointment, they are greeted and offered the signature cocktail (a sparkling rosemary, gin drink) and checked in. With their budget, materials, ring sizes and basic designs already determined, they relax and enjoy a date together, fine tuning their ring designs in person with the Design Consultant. Music that represents them as a …

Semester: Fall 2019
Course: Experiences Studio
Faculty: Elizabeth Glenewinkel
Status: Live|Last updated:December 15, 2019 11:36 AM
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Pleasure Toys Pop-up - Experience Studio

Through research, the Pleasure Toys Team discovered that adults who are seeking to achieve pleasure free from traditional sexual definition find a highly segmented sex product experience where they aren’t represented. How might we design an experience for pleasure toys that transcends identity labels and equalizes access to pleasure? Noje supports every human throughout their sexual journeys, no matter what that journey looks like. Unlike traditional sex shops, Noje believes in equal access to pleasure and doing things your way... Because nobody knows your body like you!

Semester: Fall 2019
Course: Experiences Studio
Faculty: Elizabeth Glenewinkel
Status: Live|Last updated:December 14, 2019 10:08 AM
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