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Stacy Klingbeil

Hey team 6! Stacy from DFA National here to provide some feedback on your process pack =)

- Thanks for explaining the symptoms of 'damage to your nervous system' - it makes it more real
- Really like how you give so much background info and then highlight the most important things. I'm assuming you're going to do something about this sensation we have with our limbs in space since you're highlighting it over the other opportunity areas ...
- I'm not sure what I'm supposed to be learning from your slide that outlined stakeholders ... LOVE it however - shows you truly thought of and empathized with all stakeholder perspectives! - maybe just highlight a key learning that adds to your story.
- Yay and you are tackling what you led the audience towards. This problem (finding and enhancing sensations) is soooo interesting! Great opportunity area.
- In explaining this direction - the most important sentence is the last one. Walking without watching her feet. That's the REAL problem you're solving. Amazing. Love it. So tangible, so narrow and approachable, and it seems like Caroline would really benefit from it. GREAT!
- Prototype pics!!! My heart is happy. I wish there was a one sentence overview of what this prototype is generally before you got into the details of it. Also is this the first thing you all thought of? What other ideas did you consider before prototyping this one out? Why did you decide to mock this up? I'm gathering these you could see in your peripheral without actually watching. That's one way to not watch your feet - but there are other ways ...
- Same note above about the vibration prototype - a general description of what the whole prototype is needed. Love you're considering vibration and lighting. Sketches are beautiful.
- Overall, GREAT problem to solve - one of my favorites I've seen in DFA - and you're on the tracks I assumed you'd try out first - lights and vibration. I'm excited for you to test and get into which would be best or what combination of both or maybe throw out a wild idea!

3 years ago ·

Grace Hertlein

INSIGHTS:

- look into more simple technology
- cerebral palsy bands - shocking while running
- other fun things like more red on our presentation (or something?)

3 years ago ·

Grace Hertlein

ALEX:
high: barely any class
low: stressed about weird things

3 years ago ·

Grace Hertlein

High: went to a holiday craft show
Low: ended a relationship

3 years ago ·

Alexandra Logsdon

High: Saw the Shining finally
Low: way behind on project

3 years ago ·

Talya Erf

High: Had an interview with Kohler and they seemed to really like my work and I really liked their company and their company values!
Low: went too hard at the Halloween Party

3 years ago ·

Grace Hertlein

Grace will not be present on Sunday, November 1st!

3 years ago ·

Mallory Barkocy - Thanks for the heads up!

3 years ago

Grace Hertlein

Alex: High: saw an old friend
Low: spending a lot of money on food
Grace: High: just had 5 pieces of candy (jk, high was finishing body mantle)
Low: just had 5 pieces of candy

3 years ago ·

Eric Fash

High: Nearly naked mile / homecoming with the alumni
Low: Cold / wet weather & Recovering

3 years ago ·

Talya Erf

High: Went to University of Illinois to visit my friends from high school and it was a blast and a half
Low: Getting rudely kicked out of my friends house last night

3 years ago ·

Grace Hertlein

High: my snapchat geofilters were published

Low: really terrible headaches twice this week

3 years ago ·

Alexandra Logsdon

High: Shopping with a friend
Low: Working every night this weekend

3 years ago ·

Grace Hertlein

High: visiting my best friend at Miami and then accidentally running into her somewhere the next day

Low: getting sick AGAIN

3 years ago ·

Eric Fash joined the project

3 years ago ·

Grace Hertlein joined the project

3 years ago ·

Emily Sabol joined the project

3 years ago ·

Michelle Baverman joined the project

3 years ago ·

Talya Erf joined the project

3 years ago ·

Tanner Van De Veer joined the project

3 years ago ·

Jillian Kavinsky joined the project

3 years ago ·

Mallory Barkocy joined the project

3 years ago ·

Alexandra Logsdon joined the project

3 years ago ·

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