Evinn Quinn : Class of 2011
Evinn is a graduate of the Industrial Design program at Savannah College of Art & Design. Evinn has worked in the field of product form and user interaction for many years. He has worked on a multitude of projects for companies ranging from JCB Construction to the likes of Newell-Rubbermaid and the McGee Group. He has also worked on individual project such as: VOLUME, an active home speaker system and O-Prism, an O.L.E.D. power saving plasma television. He also designed an original elderly computing system aimed at bridging the gap between the technological divide.
Evinn is very excited about the opportunity to attend the School of Visual Arts, and to be a part of the inaugural class of the MFA Interaction Design program. He believes that a successful design will merit positive user emotional responses. He is very excited to meet new people and create with people who are as passionate about what they do as he is.
BFA in Industrial Design from Savannah College of Art & Design
- Designing Local Currency
Students were assigned the task of designing their own local currency.
- Entrepreneurial Design Final
Students present product and service design solutions that aim to connect personal passions with socially conscious endeavors. Or, outline a viable product in the form of a pitch deck.
- Information Visualization
Students were asked to visualize a section within the permanent collection at MoMA or the Met. Or, they may visualize a single sporting event or season. Or, a personal collection of their choosing.
- Interactive User Experience on The High Line
Students were asked to create a networked, mobile or interactive installation that enhances or extends the experience of the High Line park in NYC.
- In Transit
For their final projects, students were asked to identify a problem within New York City’s subway system.
- Re-imagine The New York Times
Students were given the opportunity to re-imagine The New York Times as a startup.
- Public Interfaces Final
Students had the task to critically examine interaction design for public spaces.
- Prototyping User Experiences/Research Methods Final
Students created prototypes based on the theme of augmented mindfulness.