I finished my final paper for Graduate Design Seminar this afternoon. For my thesis, I'm thinking about studying the impact of culture on wayfinding design. This paper is an initial exploration of the topic.

Now that I'm at the end of a string of seven projects, presentations and redos, the experience feels strangely empty. It's as if the semester simply trailed off--without a focused conclusion.

Like most of the other designers, I feel drained, both mentally and physically. If the weather holds out, I'm sticking around for the Design in Motion presentation on Monday, then heading back to Missouri to recharge for a while.

Update: A bunch of designers and MAPW grads got together tonight at the The Church Brew Works here in Pittsburgh. That was the concluding event the semester needed. Also, looks like snow and ice is headed our way for Sunday, so I'll likely take off earlier than expected for the midwest.

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