I N D U S T R I A L
D E S I G N
BRADLEY WILTON N O R T H U M B R I A
U N I V E R S I T Y
WHO AM I? Design has always sparked so many different parts of me, with a keen interest in every single sector of design from sketch, prototyping, interface to final business plan I have always wanted to be a part of providing the most suited final proposal for the consumer. Understanding what they really want is key, without that you’d be building on sand. There is nothing more satisfying than ensuring that what you design is 100% right and finished to the highest standard possible, I am always looking to develop my skills through and through to ensure that i can be the one to provide what is required.
DESIGN FOR INDUSTRY Bachelor second year Northumbria University
March ‘14 - September ‘14 UX Design Internship
ALEVEL Gusieley School
September ‘14 - Present Bartender & Waiter
GCSE Gusieley School
September ‘14 - January ‘14 Sales Associate
Photoshop Illustrator Adobe InDesign After Effects Sketchwork Microsoft Office
Foam Modelling Clay Modelling Plastic Card Card/Board
MACHINE WORK Metalwork Woodwork Plastics
Solidworks Sketch Up
CONTACT ME Flat 4, Dulcie House, 11 Stepney Lane, NEWCASTLE, NE1 6PE.
(+44) 7528 661284
WHAT CAN I SHOW YOU?
NON-LITERAL PRODUCT PAGES 1-2
BUS SHELTER PAGES 3-4
BUSINESS PLAN PAGES 5-8
MODEL MAKING PAGES 9-10
THERMOTHERAPY PAGES 11-12
NEAR HERE LOCATION PAGES 13-14
GOOD CLEAN FUN PAGES 15-16
TORCH EXPLORATION PAGES 17-18
NOVEMBER 2013 A project focused on developing an overall appreciation for semantics, form and aesthetics without having to consider functionality within the design.
COLOUR IDENTIFIES FUNCTIONAL COMPONENT
FEBRUARY 2013 The concept allows users to enter their destination/postcode or a point of interest and using GPS technology the system would locate the closest stop, work out all journey information and display it on the screen including any delays due to traffic. Commuters would be able to access the system on the Internet, their smart-phone or on the interactive screens at every stop.
MODERN POLISHED CHROME & GLASS SHELTER
‘This afternoon tea is so boring Ollie’
‘and you have nothing in your cupboards’
‘how about a hobnob?!’
Too expensive, not excit
B U S I N E S S
P L A N
JANUARY 2014 A group project developing a luxuary afternoon tea product & brand semantics alongside a business model & financial breakdown from scratch which could be easily enhanced to raise funds for our young designers final show in London.
ting enough, not unique.
‘lets order from ‘in a box’! they’re amazing!’
‘that was quick! Thankyou!’
‘this IN A BOX is so AWESOME!!’
• A variety of food packages designed for 5 different occasions • • Including hot and cold food • • priced between £10 and £15 • • Delivered straight to your door within an hour of ordering •
SOCIAL MEDIA PROMOTION
www.inabox.co.uk / twitter @ inabox / instagram @ inaboxnewcastle
M O D E L
M A K I N G
CONTINUOUS A range of different assignments focused on the development of personal workshop skills to produce prototypes/models using foam or plastic card.
WAKE AID THERMOTHERAPY
AUGUST 2013 Wake Aid is a product to soothe pain sufferers of various medical conditions have to deal with on a morning when waking up. The concept behind the design incorporates a dedicated smart-phone app which links to a heated blanket under the users bed and can be programmed in conjunction with their alarm.
WAKE AID T H E R M O T H E R A P Y
SET HEATED BLANKET TO WARM BEFORE YOU WAKE RELEIVING PAIN
SMARTPHONE APPLICATION ALLOWS YOU TO SELECT ALERT AREA AND VIEW THE MOVEMENET HISTORY OF USER.
JANUARY 2014 A live group project collaborating within industry developing a safety net device for parents keeping them updated on their childrensâ€™ whereabouts. The system links directly to a wristband via Bluetooth and GPS technology to alert the parents smartphone if the child wandered out of the specified radius.
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M O N T H
S T O P
T H E
T H E R M O P L A S T I C W H E N
GOOD CLEAN FUN
DECEMBER 2014 Royal Society of Arts submission focusing on reusing packaging. Thermoplastic toys are sold in wash-proof bags used to house and hold the toys whilst drip drying. Toys appear ‘dirty’ when dry/cold and change colour to appear ‘clean’ when washed/submerged in warm water to educate children focusing on keeping their toys clean.
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