For my final project, I created a magnetic makeup organizer to keep my go-to makeup decluttered and easy to grab. I like how it turned out, but there are some recommendations I would make for future iterations. First, I would make the whole thing bigger because I have tons of makeup and have found this to be a useful way to keep it all organized. It is perfect for the space I am in now, but I’ll be moving in just a few weeks where I’ll have more room and will likely repeat this project with a bigger board. Next, I would use a sturdier frame because this one is a little flimsy. I have not experienced any issues with it yet, but fear that I might in the future. I would also love to try this with different lights with different colors. I think I could get a brighter light and play with different aesthetics the next time around, just for fun. It works exactly how I wanted it to and looks really nice where I have it set up. While I was inspired by the high-tech aesthetic, I would not necessarily classify the aesthetic of my project as high-tech, mainly due to the bright yellow light. This takes away from the grunge aspect the high-tech aesthetic often encompasses. Nevertheless, I enjoy the personalization into it because the cheery, yellow light fits better with my own personality. I have learned in this course that not everything fits perfectly into one category of aesthetic and that’s what makes it really cool and unique. After taking these pictures shown above, I made a few adjustments to my project and I’m really excited to show it off at expo!