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Jessica: We were waiting in line for egg sandwiches at a deli in JFK en route to Art Basel when Tim mentioned an idea he had for a dating project.I instantly felt that doing a personal project around relationships was a great idea. The two of us staring at each other, trying to stay focused, while everything else (emotions, fears, habits, people, etc.) are trying to keep us from that focus. You've posted three days worth of stuff so far on the site.It's wonderful to be in a field where I have the skills to communicate with people visually, and I try to use that to my advantage.Did "40 Days" give you any inspiration that might affect your design thinking or your work?I took things too seriously and couldn’t just date and have fun with it.Through the experiment and therapy, I realized I needed to focus on myself and have fun and not take things so seriously. We met on Ok Cupid, my first date a month after the experiment ended.a debate on the placement of cheese in apple and google's cheeseburger emojis has forced google's CEO to participate, vowing to resolve the issue today.
I've always admired the human and self-exploration aspect of this work.I’ve always leaned toward creating work with a personal angle that evoked emotion–even in our client work, I wanted to make someone laugh or think or feel. I’m more interested in sharing my experiences through design and doing emotional work.This project took it to a whole new personal level–mashing design with our personal lives. Now, we’re working together on another large social experiment similar to 40 Days.I had a much more carefree attitude, which helped in my dating life. It wasn’t love at first sight on the first date–I was much more reserved after 40 Days.I didn’t want to fall too quickly and get my heart broken again.