April Piluso April Piluso is a third year Interaction Design student at Emily Carr University. She has a passion for Ix/Ux and a strong interest in understanding the behaviours and needs of people. She believes that design can induce delight through the careful orchestration of systems, gestures, and feedback.
  • Decoding the Restaurant: Nutritional Values of Prepared Foods The British Columbia ministry of Health has established a program called Informed Dining (ID), which seeks to help restaurants provide nutritional information for prepared foods. Administrative staff have identified a need for people to more easily access this information. Emily Carr University of Art + Design students were asked to help. Our team used interviews, […] No responses April 12, 2015