Honolulu, Hawai‘i October 9-12

Evidence can come in written, oral, visual, or three-dimensional form. Including projects such as design artifacts, interactive data visualizations, photographic collages, or even installations, the Gallery will display examples of the many possible forms of evidence.

Visit the Gallery Wednesday, 10 October, 8–4:00 and Thursday, 11 October, 8–5:00.


Occupational Humor Wall
Meghan L. McGrath · IBM

Dancing with Data and the Choreography of Evidence
Meg Kinney & Hal Phillips · Bad Babysitter

Making Time Tangible: Life in a Minute
Joyce S. Lee, Dylan R. Fox & Varshine Chandrakanthan · University of California, Berkeley

Excavating Data: What 20 Years of Data Entries Can Tell Us about Individuals, Systems, and the Organization that Created Them
Cara Oba, Kyle ObaAlicia Dornadic & Jill Axelson · Pas de Chocolat

Meet Me where I Want to Be
Brendan Joseph Muha & Mads T. Nielsen · ReD Associates

Spatial Experience Design (SXD): Experiential Prototyping that Applies Ethnographic Research and Strategy Approaches from UX to the Design of Physical Environments
Brian Strawn · University of Hawaii; Alisa Weinstein · JP Morgan Chase & Co; Rebecca Buck · Varo Money Inc

Data Sense
Dawn Nafus · Intel

Submitting Information to Government Offline
Ciara Green · Independent

Nature Deficit Disorder Clinic
Jennifer McDougall; Prateeksha Singh · OCAD University & Nourhan Hegazy · Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada

The Red Room Project
Adele Ray · Berkeley City College

Vyjayanthi Vadrevu · Rasa.nyc

Organ Outlet: A Speculative Kidney Shopping Experience
Lorina M Navarro · Independent

Insights on Insights: Photography as Commentary on Ethnographic Analysis
Aliah El-houni & Anya-Milana Sulaver · Peeps Magazine