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Lake Scavenger Hunt

Problem statment There are many bodies of water to be enjoyed in IOWA, but people don’t know the quality of the water. Is it good enough to enjoy the activities? Is it okay if I swallow the water of the lake? How do people know the water quality? This project works to find an answer for these questions and let people know the water quality of IOWA lakes. There are physical attributes that can help people determine the water quality of a lake. If people find some organisms in the lake, living organisms can be proof of the water quality. Due to weather conditions and safety concerns, it is sometimes not easy to find organisms — Especially for kids. Thus, this project created a way to solve this problem through a mobile game for children in particular. This game allows users to explore all lakes in IOWA to realize the water quality at home, or anywhere, anytime. Process book 2016 Fall Iowa State University Graduate Study Instructor: Quam, Andrea
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LGBTSS Faculty Campaign

This works are the final results of Design for behavior change related with LGBTSS person as a graduate study in Iowa State University. Behavior Change Inform faculty about LGBTQIA+ students. Help faculty create a more inclusive classroom and ISU campus. Communication Issues Conveying complicated topic in relatable manner Breaking social barriers placed against LGBTQIA+ community Convincing faculty to change the classroom dynamic Audience ISU Faculties Training Attendee LGBTQIA+ Persons Strategy Give faculty tools in order to create a more inclusive classroom Spread awareness and inform Increase visibility Vehicles Faculty handbook Posters Swag (stickers, name tags) 2016 Spring Iowa State University Graduate Study Instructor: Ryan Clifford Team members: Huiwon Lim, Matt Nowatzke, Zhenhui Zheng Planning: Matt Nowatzke Art Director: Huiwon Lim Designer: Huiwon Lim, Zhenhui Zheng
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listening map

This is the final result of a graduate seminar class about the issue:Sound at College of Design in Iowa State University. Introduction I chose the STARBUCKS located on 327 Lincoln Way. I visited there on same day but different time. My first visiting time for listening map was 12:30pm on JAN 31st 2015, Saturday for an hour. Second visiting was at from 8:00pm to 9:00pm on JAN 31st 2015, Saturday. While I was staying there, there were many people inside and also lots of peoples came to buy their drinks. After I sat on beside of main entrance, then I tried to focus on the sounds with questions: Where does the sound come from? What kind of sound could I hear? How many times do I hear the sound? Can I figure out the source of the sound? When I heard some kinds of sounds, I sketched the sound source and marked on time line. Sometimes I could not concentrate on hearing, because people who were beside on me, chatted with loud voice, but it was also good source for my listening map. There are many kinds of sounds: flushing sound, door locking sound, door closing sound, grinding sound, water […]
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mayo clinic

This is the final result of the wayfinding design class at College of Design in Iowa State University. Introduction Our Design proposal follows Mayo’s mission by providing a unique solutions to Way-finding that meet Mayo Clinic standards and serve their users needs accordingly. After analyzing the site Two dierent issues were taken into consideration. The first is how to emphasis the Centerplace where users can easily find a connection point from the Skyway to the Subway and vise versa. This structure designed specifically for the Center Place location.The Center Place is the main connection point users should access in order to transfer from the Skyway to the Subway and vice versa. An emphasis on the Centerplace has been implemented to show it as a unique, easy to spot destination on all directional and orientation signs. Another issue is designing a system that suits users unique needs. This system serves the large percentage of users at Mayo Clinic where using wheelchairs is common at the location. For this reason we designed this structure to give them closer access to the orientation information where small details are important. This would facilitate their mobility and ease of information recognition. On the other side, directional information is presented which does not need to be seen from close […]
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Coex

Brochure and Stationary design for the brand new COEX. 2013 Client: COEX Designer: Huiwon Jonathan Lim
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Annual Program guide

The Annual Education program guide design for the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea 2012 Client: National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea Art Director: Huiwon Jonathan Lim Designer: Chorong Kim
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sports chosun

A leaflet design for the Sports Chosun 2010Client: Sports ChosunArt Director: Huiwon Jonathan LimDesigner: Huiwon Jonathan Lim
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unicef brochure

Brochure design for the UNICEF Korea. 2010Client: UNICEF KoreaDesigner: Huiwon Jonathan Lim
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