Providing Emergency Information to Non-English Speakers During Disasters was a semester long research project on the topic of whether non-English speakers were at risk during major disasters across the United States. This project utilized ArcGIS to combine and analyze data regarding distribution of Limited English Proficiency populations, radio/TV broadcast stations, and disaster-prone areas in the United States and was presented to policymakers such as the FCC, Minority Media and Telecommunications Council, and the Pittsburgh Emergency Management.
A CRM system that was designed with a mock business and its goals in mind. The requirements and design phases of the waterfall method were used in this project, but the system was not implemented. The main points of the project are summarized with screenshots in this pdf.
A sample website that was designed for the Miller Gallery, a contemporary gallery at Carnegie Mellon. The website focuses on the Andy Warhol CMU exhibition, allowing users to learn about Andy Warhol's life, view works of art, and find links to relevant resources if they would like to learn more.
© Mason Park 2015