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Brett Allcorn

New York, NY, United States

Member since September 08, 2008

  • Brett Allcorn: Comparison Map

    Well-being

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    To clarify everything thats visible in the map I took a very simple approach where I made a spreadsheet with the 5 object as the rows and the 4 facets of evaluation as the columns. Then I went through and made counts of similar attributes. The longest bar, which reads "Simple" was the only trait all the designs had in common and is the highest score an attribute could receive. Then after sorting them from most mentioned to least mentioned traits I then excluded the ones that were insignificant, unknown, or unimportant and labeled them "insignificant" and a gray color. Finally the black segments are traits that were in line with my direction for my thesis, so I gave those areas a boost, as if my future ideal thesis project was thrown into the mix of those 5 products. This way the results were more accurate and in-line with what I hope to create.

    NON-PROFITS AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR THE BLIND INC SAINT VINCENTS CATHOLIC MEDICAL CENTERS OF NEW YORK Devry Institute Of Technology Acm S Student Chapter BROADBAND & INTERNET SECURITY TASK FORCE INC VISIONS SERVICES FOR THE BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED VISUAL UNDERSTANDING IN EDUCATION INC

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My Interests

  • Industrial Design
  • Environmental Design
  • Communication Design
  • Fashion Design
  • Audio/Visual Design