students’ digital collections

In this page you find the links to the digital collections made by the students.

As a general rule (as we did last year), the most complete / interesting ones, are on top of the page.

How to get on top of the page?

Your digital collections should have a very clear theme, the theme itself is interesting and fascinating. Also, a webpage on Tulblr with a clear structure (meaning: easy to find the content), updated regularly by their authors.

The parameters of success for your digital collection are:

1. Be consistent, updating your webpage/Tumblr 2/3 times per week. The same goes for your Twitter account: 5/10 tweets per week are perfect.

2. Be regular. Find your own pace and blog/tweet on a given steady rhythm during the semester.

2. Be collaborative: follow and comment what your colleagues are doing. If you follow your colleagues you can learn a lot and your experience gets richer and broader

3. Be analytic, working on different kind of sources, making sure to have a broad and interesting field of research

4. Be synthetic, making sure that your comment are short, concise and precise

Although in the past years the exercise was different (students didn’t have to make a collection, but rather blogging on a specific theme), it can be useful to take a look at the best examples from the past:

> link to last year student’s blog page

> link to two years student’s blogs page

> link to three years ago student’s blog page (best ones)

Here this year list (2011/2012)

Ok Tumbler collection,  ok tweet flow, ok twitter “sociability”. Content generally quite interesting and fascinating.

Thanks for all the effort and the interesting materials generated in the whole semester:

Maria Vittoria Ceschi (@mavi9sfgh): Wooden Chairs

Giulia Todisco (@yoursuitcaseisu): Suitcases

Nicola Quadri (@lightsinfashion): Light Design in Fashion Stores

Desiree Triolo (@areualuxaholic): Are you luxhaolic?

Letizia Coradeschi (@ArtYourFood): Decoration and Food

Lisa Di Emidio (@LisaDiEmidio): Public illumination in Milan

Greta Barlusconi (@GretaBrlsc): Alfa Romeo world

Arianna Giuffré (@PiaggioVespas): Vespa!

Costanza Bacchi (@CostyB23): Made in Leather

Beatrice Ponte (@getonpointes): Get on Pointes

Martina Gualniera (@Marty_Gual): Not just a doll

Elena Zanette (@elena_zanette): Specs

Ludovica Di Luzio (@LudovicaDiLuzio): Moreless Useless

Eleonora De Marinis (@EleDeMarinis): High heel shoes and their image

Anna Cozza (@FoulardDistrictFoulard District

Alessandro Olivaris (@BikeTechEvo): Bicycle and Technology

Carolina Farina (@Reach_Milan): Commuters

Ok Tumbler collection,  ok tweet flow, ok twitter “sociability”. Content generally quite interesting and fascinating. A little bit more on the economical side, it would have made the whole exercise perfect:

Gaia Grassi (@GuiaGhalatea): Milan, the eighties as seen in the movies

Giovanni Zacchia (@theiphonecloset): iPhone ecosystem

Agnese Bonanno (@LetsCoffee_): Let’s Coffee

Chin Sze Wong (@Italian_Pasta_3): Italian Pasta & Chinese Noodles

Eleonora Boroli (@ELE18): When Camp goes Fashion

Tiziana Caddeo (@tiziana_caddeo): Milan: when fashion looks backward

Luisa Ferri (@PLASTIC_MANIA): Dining in Plastic

Ok Tumbler collection,  ok tweet flow, ok twitter “sociability”. Content generally quite interesting and fascinating. A little bit more on the economical side of your theme and some historical “cuts”, would have made the whole exercise perfect:

Eleonora Carminati (@TrashCanEle): Trash Cans and more

Carlotta Pilar Granata (@CarlottaPilarGranata): Fancy chairs from Milan

Martina Ruberto (@In_a_Bookcase): Bookshelves from Milan

Francesca Chiumiento (@FrancescaChiumi): Milanese water fountains

Anna Koenen (@mydailybreadmdb): My daily bread

Lorenza Stella (@LorenzaStella1): Design with Human Materials

Laura Mascia (@lauramascia_): Hippy meets Fashion

Andrea Gitto (@myballetflats): Ballerina shoes from Milan

Shiyu Wang (@gdaycupcakes): G’day Cupcakes

Saverio Capone (@sweet_milan): Cakes in Milan

Elisa Bello (@Elisa___Bello): Design and Nature

The amount of work was quite ok. Indeed, your collection didn’t have a clear focus.

Donatella Scanzano (@dodo_west): Luxury Lifestyle Design

Everything quite ok. Your tweeting activities could have been actually more (especially if compared to the “collections” of your colleagues:

Efisio Pala (@EfisioPala): Parfume Bottles

Jacopo Trinca (@jacopotrinca): Milan and its Trams

Sherrie Hang (@theplainwhitet): T-shirt in White

Chrystal De Anda (@wearbettershoes): Bizarre Heels

Veronica Vaudagna (@VVaudagna): Carbon Chic

Federica Brancato (@FedericaBranca1): Sushi in Milan

Violeta Maza Medina (@Benchesparkpeop): Unusual Benches

Everything quite ok. The amount of your posts on you tumblr collection could have been actually more (especially if compared to the “collections” of your colleagues:

Federica Leotta (@swimsuitsinMI): Swimming suits from Milan

Mara Joyce Albasio (@MAlbasio): Glasses in Schools

Roberta Ceriana (@DESoaps): On Soaps

Valeria Torelli (@foodmeetsdesign): When food meets design

Alice Casaro (@AliceCasaro): Earrings from Milan

Everything quite ok. The amount of your posts on you tumblr collection and tweets could/should have been actually more (especially if compared to the “collections” of your colleagues:

Angelica Rubino (@Desamepleasure): Design and Sex Toys

Chiara Poli (@XXCenturyBijoux): XXth Century Bijoux

Costanza Nocentini (@BeerBreweries): Milanese Breweries

Nicoletta Angiolino (@Niky_Design): The city of blinding lights

Fanni Hjorth (@pazzafanni): Italian Store Design

The work was properly organized and the theme was ok. Finally your collection wasn’t really wide and complete (your colleagues worked much more). The overall could have been better:

Emma Rainford (@conceptstorie): Concept Stores: Eindhoven vs Milan

Francesca Grasso (@francigrasso): Hats at work

Rachele Lomurno (@rackele91): Milanese Trams

Cecilia Sardella (@SardellaCecilia): Parfume Bottles

Benedetta Campi (@cof_holic): Coffee and its containers

Margherita Bocchi (@marghedesign): Ready-made in plastic

Martina Boghi (@martinaboghi): Things from Milanese parks

Irene Franceschini (@MI_GreenHome): When nature enters the Milanese house

Giulia Sala (@Ecodesign_Milan): Eco-design in Milan

Selene Giovita (@lampsinmilan): Lamps in Milanese interiors

Veronica Sassella (@RegionalCooking): Regional Cooking in Milan

Martina Monkash (@argentinamilano): Argentina in Milan

Celia Lu: (@Celiainml): Smoking world

Angela Leone (@AngelaLeone24): Milan, the alcohol district

Lucia Malaspina (@LuciaMalaspina): Recycled materials in Milanese interiors

Fatma Naz Ucan (@nazucan ): Coca Cola Bottles

I would suggest to increase the Tumblr collection (as a start):

Veera Mussalo (@HelsinkixMilano): Helsinki > < Milano

Costanza Sartoris (@co_sartoris): Unknown Milan

Camilla Berchielli (@Ashoes2): Ash shoes

Martina Deidda (@MartinaDeii): Fixed Gear Bikes

Ylenia Cinquina (@yleniacinquina): Milanese Underground

Erika Iguchi (@ErikaIguchi): Japan in Milan

Francesca Sara Pasini (@starsnstripesMI): Stars and Stripes in Milan

Giulia Canducci (@GiuliaCanducci): Harajuku girls in Milan

Angelica Peretti (@milanundergroun): Milanese Underground

Amparo López Lapeña (@tictocmilano): Time in Milan

Benedetta Caputi (@PicsEffect): Analogic Photo Effects

Livia Mazzoni (@TheLongueChaise): Chaise longues

Marta Residori (@MartaResidori): Lamps in shops

Marija Maksimovic (@FineArtOfHats): The Fine Art of Hats

Not so sure you understood the logic of the exercise (to choose a theme, digging its cultural, economical and design related issues):

Angelica Lanza (@AngelicaLanza): Design and Street Art

Lorenza Marchi (@micocktails): Milanese Cocktails

Just started (for the time being, I can’t say much):

Ezgi Ayhan (@worldoflomo): World of Lomography

I don’t have your twitter account…

Beatrice Magnino: Tattoo Worlds

Ludovica Bellini: Building materials from Milanese facades

Davide Buratti: Sound & Technology

Silvia Camporeale: Studs

Dianora Ricca: Dogs meet design

Federica Del Pra (@MI_shoppingbags): Bags and shoppers (the tweet link is broken)

Tumblr collections pretty much lost:

Evy Ostermann (@caffetocafe): Caffe to Cafe

Amanda Macio (@VogueUSCovers): 50 years of American Vogue Covers

Gabriel Minionis (@sit_wit): Sit Wit

Niccolo’ Grechi (@_NGPDesign_): Not only cookers

(Image on top: Ettore Sottsass / Memphis, Carlton Bookcase, 1981)

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