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If you’re a student organization with a website, what matters more: posting announcements, or showing what you do? I think it’s the latter, but I also think it’s important for people to know what you’re up to. The previous iteration of the TechServ website was much better at keeping people […]

I Just Significantly Redesigned The Drexel TechServ Website – Here’s ...





According to a late-breaking on Twitter last night, Drexel is now fining streetcart vendors for vending on the sidewalk. *BREAKING* SpOt will NO LONGER be serving @DrexelUniv due to NEW police Capt’s order to fine ALL foodcart vendors for using sidewalk.Pls RT — SpOt Gourmet Burgers (@Spotburgers) July 28, 2014 […]

Thoughts On Drexel’s New Fine For Streetcart Vendors









It’s weird thinking about it, but midterms week at Drexel means I’ve now been back in the US for six weeks. Wow. Doesn’t even remotely feel like that. Then again, it’s hard to believe it’s already week five at Drexel. But, so is the case every term. So, I thought […]

Half Way Through The Term Already? Yep.


If you attend Drexel, you may have received this email last night (open post to view): Likewise, you may not have. As far as I know, Drexel has not released any official number as to how many of us had our records accidentally disclosed, but I’m hearing speculation on Facebook that […]

Thoughts On Drexel’s Accidental Information Disclosure









One of the hardest questions I’ve ever been asked was one asked on the first day of class for my Human-Computer Interaction class at Drexel. That question is the title of this post, “What makes good design ‘good design’?” It was very interesting hearing people’s answers: in general, the hands […]

What Makes Good Design “Good Design”?



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If this were a movie rather than a blog, this is where one of those fancy transitions would go. But it’s not. Nonetheless, it has indeed been a month since I’ve last posted. Given that the second to last post made on here was the one celebrating our first birthday, yeah, that […]

One Month Later…