My name is Michelle, and I am a graduate student at Arizona State University, working towards my Masters of Science in Design in Interaction Design. My focus is biomimetic graphic design. This website shows the results of my research and strives to inspire graphic designers and other interested people to solve problems with the least amount of negative impact on our society, economy, as well as planet through a new approach that is based on Biomimicry.
If you would like, you can start with watching these two short videos that will introduce you to the content of this site. Otherwise, feel free to browse and explore on your own.
Your feedback, questions, thoughts, and comments are highly appreciated, as it will help me make this a better resource,
Thank you and Enjoy!
P.S. The frog that is shown in the image above is a treefrog that I encountered during my trip in Panama. These frogs are actually quite difficult to photograph, however, I was lucky with this one. Treefrogs are masters in disguising, during the day they sleep in tree leaves that have the same color as their backside. The white of the belly and the orange feet that get tucked in become hidden, which makes this amphibian impossible to spot. At night they come out to mate and catch insects. This type of frog has a special meaning to me personally and therefore decided to make him the representative of my project.