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Hi-fidelity mockups of the different pages within Rehab Bud app designed by Ishita Sisodia

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  • Home

    Zac DeLane's family has called Texas home for four generations, and from small towns and big cities, their family has roots in a lot of different towns in Texas. This piece was designed to showcase Zac's family roots and history, while also serving as a centerpiece for their backyard space.

  • Pizza Kittyz

    Brand guidelines for Pizza Kittyz, a pet-friendly pizza shop with the intention of making their clients purr with joy. This brand was born thanks to B.F.A. Design student Luis Angeles' little sister, who scribbled a logo onto a cardboard box as they were playing pizza shop.

  • MyKid-netic

    This project includes a semester long research journey of surveillance tools, child care techniques, for parents to protect and micro-manage their kids. The name "MyKid-netic" is essentially a play on words by combining the phrase "my kid" with the word "cybernetic."

  • Quaint Relics

    Quaint Relics is an ongoing speculative exploration of electronic waste and its potential for reuse in different contexts such as furniture. Adapting e-waste into unconventional new products in this manner is intended to spark discussion regarding our consumption and disposal of electronics.

  • Dye Your Hair at Home

    This step-by-step tutorial for how to dye your hair at home brings to life a previously dull manual with vibrant color at each stage from beginning to end.

  • Rehab Bud

    Designed by Ishita Sisodia (B.A. Design '24), Rehab Bud is a two-sided platform that allows physical therapy patients to record their exercises and get real-time AI feedback on the accuracy of their form, while also tracking their recovery progress and holding them accountable. 

  • Asterism

    View the Class of 2021 B.F.A. Design Senior Capstone Exhibition, "Asterism." 

  • The Inaugural In The Arena Award

    Students from the Department of Design, under the guidance of Assistant Professor Jiwon Park, designed and constructed the physical award for the LBJ School of Public Affairs’ new In The Arena award. The inaugural award was presented to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in November 2018. 

Wide angle shot of the iconic University of Texas Tower with live projection mapping designed by students and faculty in the School of Design and Creative Technologies

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