Hello there! We are Pixel Husky, the first outward-facing design club on the University of Washington Campus.
Agenda. The officers. Our mission. What we do. The Pixel Project.
The officers. We are an embodiment of diversity.
Our mission. We strive to build a community for designers, non-designers who are interested in design, and prospective designers. Pixel Husky is where these groups can interact and inspire love for design.
2014 - 2016
2016 - 2017
What we do. Run 4 to 5 events a quarter. Talks, panels, workshops and others. Cater to all 3 types of audience. To build the community.
Major Distribution of Pixel Husky Member Base. Informatics Arts
Human Centered Design Engineering
Undecided Social Sciences Business Others
Class Standing Distribution of Pixel Husky Member Base.
11.4% 29.9% 17.51%
The Pixel Project. A new format different from everything that is out there. Hackathon? Capstone? Competition?
The Purpose. Encourage students to work in interdisciplinary teams. Expose to the entire design process with constructive feedbacks. Develop projects that fully embody design thinking.
The Pixel Project Event Timeline. WEEK 2
INTRO + TEAMS
Intro to Pixel Husky + Event details + Panel: how to form a good team
PROBLEMS + SOLUTIONS
Define your problem: user research, storyboards + Ideation: sketching, crazy 8s
DECISIONS + PROTOTYPING
Decisions: sticky decisions, lighting demos Prototyping: 2D, 2.5D, 3D, paper, video etc.
WORK DAY 1
First opportunity for teams to gain feedbacks from the mentors
VALIDATION + ITERATION
Validation: usability testing, stakeholders, how to ask for feedbacks + Iteration: how to turn results into ideas for design
WORK DAY 2
Last opportunity for teams to gain feedbacks before the presentation
FINAL PRESENTATION DAY
Team presentation to showcase their work and their process throughout the weeks
Note: None of the dates above except the final presentation are final. It just means we already booked a room in advance but
What we need. Minimal monetary support to cover event costs. Mentor(s) at one of the two work sessions. Judge(s) at the final presentation. A real world project.
What you get. A company-tailored project to filter out the best candidates. Hire motivated talents from a diverse pool. Several weeks of exposure to raise awareness of your brand. Fresh ideas on existing or future projects.
How much money? Less like sponsorship. More like collaboration. Work together to maximize benefits. We use the money to purchase event swags, club swags, workshop supplies, food and book venue.
Thank you! Let us work together for a world better designed.
A quick overview of our club.