Jordan was born and raised in Edinburgh. Even as a child he always had an artistic side but his love for design grew during his time at high school. 'Still residing in Edinburgh, he has just finished his final year at Edinburghs Napier University, studying Product Design. Whilst on this Read More...
“makesenses” provides autistic children with sensory toys made from fabrics that are familiar to them in touch, smell or sight. The toys include the “sensack”, a satchel-style bag, and “senseat”, a fabric c
Various product design projects completed whilst studying at Zhengzhou Univeristy of Light Industry in China during summer 2010.
Visual communication of 100 ways in which a child can interact with a toy. The children were represented by bigcircles and the toys by other smaller geometric shapes. This inspired ideas for designing toys for children with developmental disorders such
The iconic moment in Superman of Clark Kent opening his shirt to reveal the ‘S’ emblem inspired the rebrand. Every flavour was turned into a superhero, each with its own unique emblem. This also made the rebrand quite literal as the old pac
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