December 13, 2017

At the conclusion of our Human-Computer Interaction course this semester, I've written a design manifesto that identifies five core pieces of my personal design process.

I use experiences and readings from the course to demonstrate why I chose these nuggets of design wi...

December 3, 2017

The theme of the final HCI Sprint was to ‘Design for Another World’, and we were tasked with using Virtual Reality and Google Cardboard to create a scene that would transport the user into a different place. 

Our team decided to Dr. Who's Weeping Angels to create a...

November 12, 2017

For this sprint, our task was to 'Design for Well being', where we had to use Affectiva libraries to design a website that responds to user emotion, with the end goal of promoting well being. 

My team designed a product that hopes to emulate the music station Pandora, w...

October 29, 2017

Remember the classic game of Asteroids?

For this design sprint, titled 'Design for Fun', our task was to use Leap Motion sensors to maximize the fun that a user could have with an existing game or web application. 

My team decided to reprogram the controls for the g...

October 6, 2017

For  Sprint 3 in my HCI course, we have the theme of 'Designing for Tension'. The task is to build a chatbot that guides users through an interaction that might cause some form of tension or conflict. 

Though most teams approached this from a political standpoint (...

September 27, 2017

For our second design sprint for my Human-Computer Interaction course, our task was to 'Design for Understanding'. 

Our team of four was split up into two groups, one group had to design simple, clear and understandable visual representations of a chosen dataset and the...

September 13, 2017

For the design sprint 1 in my Human-Computer interaction course, the theme was 'Design for Others'. For this project, we had to redesign the Campus Theatre website as mobile application for an assigned user group. 

Prompt for my team: Design for Religious Groups

Here is...

August 31, 2017

Feeling tired but still got tons of homework to do?

Just grab a cup of hot coffee and a muffin from the Bertrand Library Cafe to wake you up!

I believe that the Bertrand Library Cafe is an example of a good design. To learn more about why I think so, check out this mediu...

August 30, 2017

For Design Sprint 0, we had to choose an example of a good design and a bad design and write about it. My write-up for the article on Bad Design was chosen to be featured on the Bucknell HCI medium page!

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Learner. Technologist. Wildchild.

I'm Anushikha Sharma, a recent grad, starting the

next chapter of my life in New York City! 

Originally from Mumbai, India, I double majored in Computer Science and Engineering & Women's and Gender Studies from Bucknell University, PA. 

I'm all about tech, intersectional feminism,

MCU movies and chai.  I also enjoy reading, writing,

taking long walks and singing in the shower.


Career Interests: Full-stack development, product management and user-centered design, 

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