I love my new role in the design lab to create laptop stickes with our vinyl cutting machine and help friends to become independent sticker makers.
As an Industrial & Operations Engineering student, I enjoyed learning operations management knowledge from Eddie Davila’s LinkedIn Learning Course and hope to improve upon the Shapiro Design Lab in an operations standpoint for the future.
Through Mari Katayama of Stamps Speaker Series and the accessibility team at the Shapiro Design Lab, I learned how to bring changes within my own passions to make the university more accessible through design.
Using the Shapiro Design Lab to laser engrave the rustic sign, "Fort Fluffybutt," for my chicken palace!
Understanding data models and exploring the basics of using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data with QGIS.
Making led cat ear attachments for headphones which change light color based off the pitch of sound being heard.
On Friday, October 11th, U-M Library held a mini book making workshop in Design Lab Pie Space hosted by Ben Denzer, author of the Cheese Book. The workshop taught participants book binding using the perfect binding method and I left having made my own soft-cover book.
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