A Morphogenetic Workflow for the Design and Fabrication of Inflatable Silicone Bladders
Hedieh Moradi is pursuing her Master's degree in Computer Science and Engineering at The University of Texas at Arlington. She recently received her MFA (Master of Fine Arts) from the Art and Art History Department at UTA. During her MFA, her research was focused on how to use design to improve the quality of life for others. She received The McDowell travel award to go to Iran and work with one of the pioneer design institutions in Tehran to improve their design curriculum. Also, she conducted a workshop for the grant-funded “Green STEAM”. She was also invited to be the guest speaker three times inside the department to talk about her research and design thinking process for the entrepreneurship event. she received her bachelor's degree in the same field from the Azad University in Tehran her home town in 2014. Before her arrival in the United States, she worked at one of the high-rank publications in Iran for three years. She started as a layout designer and was promoted to become the art director.