During my design internship at IBM, 11 design interns had 5 days to create an exhibit for SXSW 2017 in Austin. We created an interactive display for the IBM exhibit that leveraged the Weather Underground API which has in-depth hyper-local weather data from Personal Weather Stations (PWS) around the world. My role was researcher and strategist. I identified the best weather locations based on triangulating the greatest delta in weather metrics within a ten-day forecast, the greatest delta in weather metrics between cities, and finding international cities that garnered the most attendance based on SXSW 2016 data. From there, we matched key weather metrics (dew point, temperature, humidity, etc.) with music tracks created by another intern. We named the application, Tempo, a play on both temperature and music. I worked between the interface and developer teams to ensure both groups were working in tandem. We interacted directly with SXSW attendees and shared with the CEO of IBM, Ginny Rometty!