Est. 2016

THE LUMINOSITY LABORATORY

Founding Designer, Design Lead

DESIGNING A THINKTANK

GUARDIAN DRONES

EXPANDING COLLABORATION

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Industrial Designer

From Student government to ASU Mascot, to TEDx director, Dylan has recently lead a team of engineers to produce three generations of educational robotics platforms.

Human Factors Designer

Past IDSA President Gracie is a leader and designer with strengths in UI/UX, sustainability, and qualitative and quantitative research. She is passionate about projects that solve timely societal challenges in order to help people achieve equity, well being, and fulfillment in their everyday lives.

Visual Communication Designer

Student designer for ASU athletics, CeCe is fluent in web design and head of branding for Luminosity and all major projects.

Service Designer

The youngest winning member of a school wide design competition, Erlend was employed by the city in service design, during his third semester of school.

Education Designer

Artistically talented honors student, Cat has taken on several design roles where her team needs her,  and is currently managing two of her own projects in lab.  

2018-2019 Luminosity Design Team

2017:

EMERGENTECH

EmergenTech: Hack ASU was a hybrid hackathon/pitch competition where participants competed in multidisciplinary teams to apply emerging technologies to revolutionize public and private industries. Over 36-hours, participants formed teams, selected an emerging technology/industry focus and developed their prototypes and business concepts. The event culminated in a pitch competition with a live audience and an elite judging-panel. 

Josh's Role: Co-Producer

Floor Manager​

 

I helped develop Emergentech in the early phases of its design, including initial branding and naming the event. During the event itself, I managed the floor, keeping a building with a crowd of 300+ people and staff, fed and comfortable for 36 hours straight. The event was considered successful and its platform was integrated into an established hackathon group for future use. 

 

2018:

GLOBAL SILICON VALLEY

Started in 2010 with a collaboration between Arizona State University and Global Silicon Valley (GSV), the annual ASU+GSV Summit is the industry catalyst for elevating dialogue and driving action around raising learning and career outcomes through scaled innovation. The 2018 Summit was held in San Diego, taking on the challenge of, making sure everyone has an equal opportunity to participate in the future.

Josh's Role: Design Lead on 3 of 5 presented projects, Exhibit Designer, Summit Exhibitor

 

 

With the Laboratory established and developing projects, Luminosity was invited to showcase some of the developments as the main exhibit. I worked with contracting groups and interns for two months to design and build the exhibit itself. At the Summit, we unveiled 5 of our projects including a fully automated escort drone, a haptic interface for the blind, and education based AI, an educational robotics platform and functioning smart mirror. As a designer, I have found an efficient role in drawing our ideas during brainstorming sessions and so during our summit exhibition, I held several demos of the same technique, elaborating on ideas... or just drawing something for fun during slower hours. 

2018:

GLOBAL SILICON VALLEY

Started in 2010 with a collaboration between Arizona State University and Global Silicon Valley (GSV), the annual ASU+GSV Summit is the industry catalyst for elevating dialogue and driving action around raising learning and career outcomes through scaled innovation. The 2018 Summit was held in San Diego, taking on the challenge of, making sure everyone has an equal opportunity to participate in the future.

Luminosity Concept Gallery

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