The Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics project at the University of Central Florida // aims to promote both the arts and sciences by pairing design and science students to create a poster that is a visual representation of scientific research. Each poster is a semester long process funded by the National Science Foundation and involves several scrutinizing critiques and revisions that results in submission to several events.
The Perfect Shot was designed after an award winning research paper by Richardson, Wearne, and Lee for a University Physics Competition in 2011. Worked exclusively with Will Richardson and his mentor. Created Spring of 2012.
Various versions of the poster were created before we settled on the final.
A look into the process Will, his mentor, and I worked through in creating The Perfect Shot.
Optimizing Launch Altitude was designed after another award winning research paper by Frye, Liang, and Hardy for the University Physics Competition in 2011. Worked exclusively with Christopher Frye and his mentor. Created Spring 2012.
A recording of the posters process near its final stages.
Harnessing the Speed of Light was designed after research by Dr. Kuebler and his undergraduate assistant Gabriel Padilla. Created Spring 2013.
Different versions of the poster before the final.
Initial sketches to understand the visual direction of the poster.