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By Matthew Lemmond

On 14, May 2022 | In | By Matthew Lemmond

Campbell’s Hoop

By Matthew Lemmond

On 23, Feb 2022 | In | By Matthew Lemmond

Little Bees

Little Bees sells a bit of honey and bees from our family apiary in the wee town of Collinsville, OK. We work with tee-niny bugs to solve big problems.”

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On 24, Apr 2018 | In | By Matthew Lemmond

HERE-U Inclusive Hearing

Together with my cohort at NCSU, we theorized how machine learning could improve the conversational experience of a DHH (Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing) user. Through machine learning, the HERE-U system adapts microphones in hearing aids or cochlear implants to focus on what the user wants to hear. Our goal was to create a more natural conversation experience without requiring the user to monitor a device constantly.

Our work was referenced on page 20 of “Big Data. Big Design: Why Designers Should Care about AI” by Helen Armstrong Read more…

On 08, Dec 2017 | In | By Matthew Lemmond


How might design ideation be impelled by an undemanding task-based game that elicits mind-wandering in a virtual world that displays live fragments of the user’s ideation process?

This graduate project is speculative. It contemplates the creation of a game that prompts mind-wandering and incorporates ideation sketching.

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By Matthew Lemmond

On 04, Dec 2016 | In | By Matthew Lemmond

The Web of Denial

What is an authority and who is a conformist? The Web of Denial is an insidious disinformation campaign meant to mislead the public about anthropogenic (human-caused) global warming, undermind experts in climate science, and line the pockets of the wealthiest people in the world. This piece attempts to explain how the Web of Denial works.

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By Matthew Lemmond

On 01, Aug 2018 | In | By Matthew Lemmond

First Citizens Bank Social Media Campaign

I designed a video series for First Citizens Bank they could use on social media and in their lobbies.

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By Matthew Lemmond

On 14, Apr 2017 | In | By Matthew Lemmond


What would it look like to visualize and personify the growth (mitosis) and spread of cancer cells?

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On 14, Nov 2020 | In | By Matthew Lemmond

DHH Smart Glasses Concept

DHH Smart Glasses Concept.

By Matthew Lemmond

On 29, Oct 2008 | In | By Matthew Lemmond

Titus Andronicus

Titus Andronicus is a play with “14 killings, 9 of them on stage, six severed members, one live burial, 1 case of insanity and 1 of cannibalism–an average of 5.2 atrocities per act, or one for every 97 lines.” The play ends with Titus killing his enemy’s children, baking them in a pie, and serving the pie to his enemy, then announcing it to the enemy.

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