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How to....

How to make origami

1) Who am I - Origami artist

2) What is it - Art of paper folding

3) What for - Develops patience, and look MORE valuable to the eyes of reciever

4) 1st task - Prepare origami paper/paper/colour paper

5) 2nd task - Fold the paper

- Start with a 6 inch square piece of origami paper, and fold it into a water balloon base

- Next, take one of the four corners of the base and squash fold it as shown below

- Repeat the squash fold for the other three corners, to give the kite shape shown below

- Now fold the lower edges of the kite into the centerline, then unfold. Fold the top corner down, then unfold

- You will now have crease marks on the piece, that will be used in the next step. Place your finger under the lower point of the kite, and fold upwards as shown. This is a petal fold

- Now repeat the petal fold 3 more times to give another, smaller kite

- Now fold one point of the kite downwards as shown. Repeat 3 more times for a diamond shape

- Next fold the upper edges of the diamond into the centerline. Repeat 3 more times

- Now turn the piece upside down. Start folding out the four petals of the flower as show

3rd task - Make it look nicer

- You can create a nice curling effect in the petals like this: hold the base of a petal in your left fingers, then run your right thumb and pen (or pencil) along the length of the petal. Your thumb is in front and the pen in the back. (In the picture below, we've omitted the left hand for clarity) Repeat this motion several times to cause the paper petal to curl

15) Outcome - Achievements

16) Showcase - Gallery

How to how to express your gratitude

1) Who am I - A normal girl

2) Who are they - People who we needed to thanks. Parents, teachers, friends... etc

3) What for - To appreciate what we have

4) 1st task - Reach out to your extended family and friends. Send them cards just to say “Hi,” call or email them, or even throw a party to reconnect and show these people they’re important to you

5) 2nd task - Reflect about your childhood and ancestors. Write a poem, essay, or short story about your life. What sacrifices did your parents make for you? What struggles did the family endure? How is your life better or easier than that of your great-grandparents? How did these events make you the person you are today?

6) 3rd task - Meditate, pray, or go to your place of worship. Find a quiet place to think about all that’s good – your health, family, or home – and simply say “thank you” to your Creator.

7) 4th task - Reconnect with your spouse and children. Actions speak louder than words so turn off that television and spend some quality time with your family just to have some fun! Whether it’s a surprise getaway or a family game night, renewing your relationships with your family will strengthen your bond and bring you closer together.

8) 5th task - Keep a gratitude journal. Write down all the things you’re grateful for in your life and reflect on all that is good. Even the simplest things – such as finding a parking space at the mall or locating your missing keys – are times to be grateful!

9) Outcome - Happiness

10) Showcase - Gallery

How to make a delicious ham & cheese sandwich

1) Who am I - A Hungry girl who lazy to go out

2) What is it - Sandwich

3) What for - Lunch/supper

4) 1st task - Prepare the ingredients

5) 2nd task - Start making the sandwich

- Get the two pieces of bread and spread as much mayo as desired on bread

- Put ham over one piece of bread and put cheese over the ham

- Put the other piece of bread on top of the cheese

6) 3rd task - Enjoy the sandwich

7) Outcome - Not hungry and no need to go out to buy lunch/supper

8) Showcase - Gallery

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6. (I like this one a lot!)

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Colour Palette....

Another assignment for DDMM!

But this assignment is really interesting, I'm having fun, hehe... ^-^v

I like the colours so much. XD

I mean, its nice, lol.

Don't you think it look delicious? This is the colour I get from a cake. Yummy~

This pink colour is for Valentine theme. Isn't it lovely? ^^

And... This is my favorite! Blue!!! The colour of the sky. <3

Tuesday, October 13, 2009


Today question...

Why do you want to use flowchart in your mobile interface design & screen interface design? How will it help your users to meet the interactive goals?

I think flowchart is a graphic or symbol that represent a process. It got different shape to
represent it fuction. For example, oval shape represent "start" and "end", diamond shape represent "decision", it kinda will ask the question to continue on the next process. Usually the diamond shape will have 2 decision, either true or false. Next, is rectangle. If i remember correctly, it seem to be process symbol, use for multiply or calculating or something...

It linked together to work as a complete process. So I think it will be very useful for my mobile and screen interface design, since it will be more easily to see and work on. As you can see, it have a "start", base on this, we can easily put the other process to reach an "end" and the mistake will be minimize as well.

The flowchart just like mind map, it easy to understand and use. It can easily interact with the users since there a "question" and "decision" to make. Different "dicision" will lead to different outcome. But since it mobile and screen interface design, the "ending" normally will be the same.
The users can easily understand the design and the outcome of it.