PADME (Personal Assistant in Digital Media Entertainment) was a project for my studio at NC State University. In teams, we were assigned to seek out a space in James B. Hunt library that needed an intervention. My teammate, Eduardo Talavera, and I chose the Digital Media spaces which were available for students to use for a variety of purposes. The two most prominent issues were reserving the rooms and navigating the enormous tutorial binder users were given at each session. Our solution was a streamlined application available on tablets that enabled users to check in (using a wall iPad) and navigate to tutorials (using an iPad within the studio) based on individual projects, customized by each user.