I have been wanting to do something with the glue gun I bought a while ago…and the glue sticks from Daiso in Japan.
I have also been wanting to do something with the Arashi ice tray from Arafes last year.
I don’t know why I took so long to put the two together…
First, fill out the silicon case with the glue. Make sure there are no bubbles! This is the hardest part ><
I found some random Daiso stuff that I could use. The packet of buttons was from some thrift store. The whole pack cost like, I don’t know, $3?
Arashi mark chocolate!
And then all I did was chain a few buttons together with jump rings, stick an eye pin into the ‘chocolate’ and use a jump ring to hook it to the strap, and added a ribbon using another jump ring….
a simple program for adding a watermark logo to a bunch of pictures. adjusts size according to original image size and sits watermark on lower left corner.
This website was produced for the Stanford Japan Exchange Club’s program in 2012-2013. The final project spanned a week and the website details the students’ assignment per day. The course of the project was designed to encapsulate the essence of Design Thinking: need-finding, prototyping, testing and iterating, in a compact amount of time.
In designing this “mini-curriculum”, we employed the use of Tumblr in order to 1) familiarize students with the various forms of social media available in Silicon Valley (in which case we picked Tumblr for its ease of “reblog” and “reply” as well as its relatively low-profile status in Japan) 2) quickly exchange ideas with one another while still maintaining a clean interface.
As a pilot academic program for the Stanford Japan Exchange Club in its 59th year, the project was a success, bringing forth many ideas as well as insights as to how the program may be improved as we head into its 60th anniversary.
Hello, Singapore on Flickr.
Daylight on Flickr.