Melanie WangMaster of Design
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Things, Bridges & Towers: Drawing Patterns and Structure from Text
“Things, bridges+towers” explores patterns and rhythms in language. By creating a visual representation of languages structures in novels, the application explores whether characteristics such as smoothness, complexity, and pacing map to visual equivalents. The application draw patterns from parts of speech and syntax from five novels and allows the user to view the entire text of the novel or to zoom into a specific passage.
This project is written in the Processing programming language and uses a natural language tool written by The Stanford Natural Language Processing Group.
Animalia is a concept for a general news and culture magazine modeled as field guide to humans.
Design Education Poster
A poster examining data about design programs at universities and colleges in the US.