I am a recent graduate of Plymouth University, where I studied BA (hons) 3D Design: Product Design (CSD accredited) for 3 years.
My work ethic is based around three key points: adaptability, communication and visualisation. With a keen interest in sustainability issues and the future of design potential, I am Read More...
A short second year project, done collaboratively with Phillip Pearce. Anti Social seating is designed for public transport terminals such as airports and railway stations; using the observations of peoples habitual behaviour and directly purposing the seating to be as flexible and yet financially viable as possible.
The Lotus flower is one of natures finest examples of mimicable behaviour. The surface texture has developed so that water forms droplets on the surface and washing away all unhygienic foreign bodies. This can be applied to surfaces in the human world where hygeine is important, for instance the kitchen, so that keeping things clean requires no more chemicals.
This product approaches design from two angles: sustainability issues and user experiences. Looking at the lifecycle of a product it is easy to see where making small considerations can greatly improve its eco friendly aspects and yet not effect the functionality. By approaching the target user from the beginning a design can also be made to fit their exact needs.
This toolkit attempts to re-evaluate the value we put on out DIY tools. Celebrating them and conditioning us to repair more regularly, the tools are modelled to resemble medical/ surgical tools and presented in a manner that shows them off rather than leaving them in a dirty box in the corner.
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