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Fresco Objective Create a piece of equipment for hikers and campers.

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Community I was drawn to the idea of community, what defines a community, and how a community interacts. I was fascinated with the concept of paying it forward, random acts of kindness, and “trail magic�. And how individuals self-sacrifice for the greater good of the group.

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On the Market The market for coolers is very limited to individual lunch boxes or very bulky hard shell carriers. Nothing suited for a group of hikers.

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Persona Diego Munoz Age: 35 Family of 4 An active, outdoors husband regularly explores new campgrounds, forests, and National Parks with his family for their vacations. Diego is a professional chef, and an instructor atLe Cordon Bleu. Duality is very important to him for his busy schedule.

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Inspiration Ideas were derived from looking at what elements facilitate interaction among a community. What is valued and what is shared. While looking at the form nature takes as a life bearing vessel.

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Ideation I was struck with the idea that at a primal level, a community is connected by food. I took this notion and adapted it for a community on-the-go. User interaction was an area I wanted to focus on. I believe making the user interact with the backpack in an interesting and unusual way would make it stand out in the market. It is these little obscure interactions that are remembered and keep the users returning.

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Mock-ups Creating bags in half scale and full scale helped to learn a lot about their sewing patterns. Also which methods would work, and which were impractical.

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Materials Polyurethane coated ripstop is used for its extreme durability and water resistance.

Rip stop

Closed cell foam provides cushion without compressing

Closed cell foam Ripstop

Needle punched with polyester fibers and metalized film, reflecting radiant energy back to it’s source. Toxin free made of organic cotton coated in water based acrylic. Free of vinyls, BPA, PVC, latex, micro-ban and other toxic linings still on the market.

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Insulation Ripstop

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Features -Adjustable shoulder straps -Unique roll-and-click top -Enough water bottle space for the whole family -Internal pockets -Pull out liner for easy cleaning

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Fresco Day explorer Food storer

The Fresco food sac is an insulated, easily transportable, day cooler. Allowing a larger variety of food to be taken without spoiling, on your next hike out or camping trip. This light weight sac is made from durable, water proof, polyurethane coated ripstop. No need to worry about chemicals leaching into your snacks. The internal lining is toxin free, made of organic cotton coated in acrylic.

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Google Remote Objective Improve the TV remote.

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Users Tech savvy families and young couples who use their television to surf the web, play music, and watch Netflix. They own many touch screen devices and game consoles.

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Market Research Traditional remotes require a certain finesse to use and a mastery over an overwhelming number of buttons. Their skill to operate comes with time through trial and error.

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Remote Analysis

Hide and Seek

Antequated Style

A remote’s slim figure allows it to hide between couch cushions, in the shadows, or even in plain site.

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New Technologies

Missmatched buttons, small fonts, and obtuse grids create confusion for the simplest tasks.

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Gaming technology can be used to update remotes. Joysticks will ease on screen navigation while touch screens can create shortcuts.


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A compact form with girth is ideal for comfort.

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Offering the choice of color to your otherwise drab remote.

A touch screen and joystick make Combining technologies has it clear and easy to surf chanels, transformed the silhouette into a and the web. fun new device!

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SaWra-9A Objective Feminize the chainsaw for a matriarch home, using Deiter Rams’ 10 principles of design.

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Who’s buying homes? After married couples, single women are the largest demographic of home buyers; occupying nearly a fifth of the market. This niche market consists of women in white-collar occupations with a fast-pace lifestyle.

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Market Research

Expensive

The median price range is lacking in options for the average home user. There is a market opportunity for a straight-forward, and easy to use chainsaw.

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Specified Use

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Young Generation X & Old Generation Y This group ranges from late 20s to early 40s. They are the primary home buyers in the market. Coming from all walks of life, this generation is moving out of apartments and into the suburbs.

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Changes women said they would like to see Straight forward Light Weight Safe Easy to hold Obvious Comfortable Smart Durable Understandable Stable

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Deiter Rams 10 Principles of Good Design Innovative Useful Aesthetic Understandable Unobtrusiv Honest Long-Lasting Thorough Environmentally friendly As little design as possible


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Ideation Current chainsaws are ridden with superfluous forms and curves. My designs try to reduce the form to what is necessary for function. Therefor making the components used the only design elements.

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Form Development The evolution consisted of examining the handle to motor to body ratio. Eventually leading toa simple, practical, and ergonomic form.

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Color Study When asking women which colors they find most offensive, the universal responses were pinks or pastels. To contrast this, darker...more royal colors were explored. eventually leading to a deep purple.

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1. Lock Safety Trigger 2. Oil Gauge 3. Chain Adjustment Dial 4. Chain Access Panel 5. Hand Guard 6. Forward Facing Vents 7. Ergonomic Grip 8. Extension Cord Hook

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Flush Chain Adjustor An interactive way to tighten or loosen the chain.

Ergonomic Handle A 35째 angle works with the arm allowing effortless moveability

Front Facing Vents Intuitively blow away debris from the work area.

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Vinyl Hand Gaurd A durable shield protects against debris from kickback.

Safety Trigger Hand strain is reduced by butting the safety and start trigger together.


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Flat-Pack Objective Design a piece of childrens furnature

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A rocking chair built from a single sheet of plywood can keep up with a toddlers boundless energy.

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Tape Measure Objective Create an ergonomic handtool.

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Ideation

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Colors were chosen to broaden the market to include parents with young children.

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The bulbous grip makes it easier to hold.

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Materials and Process Objective Material exploration through chair design.

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Machined Aluminum

Bent Acrylic

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Pressure Forming

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Extrusion Mold

Sand Cast Mold

Rotational Mold

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Reaction Injuection Mold

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Plastic Injuection Mold

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Bicycle Objective Design a bicycle in SolidWorks

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Create an ergonomic handtool.

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Rocket Car Objective Design and race a CO2 powered car.

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Inspiration I looked at different ways to cut wind resistence, both manufactured and natural methods. For aesthetics, I wanted to break as far away from traditional cars as possible. For this thing to be fast, I knew it had to look otherworldy. Daniel Chaffee


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Ideation The rocket car is a synthesis of different inspirations. To increase acceleration, the body must have a protruding center spine similar to that of car spikes. This spine lent itself to new instectoid shapes. chaffeedaniel@yahoo.com


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Plaster Mold Objective Design a perfume bottle and create a mold.

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A diamond shape is finally chosen for its’ juxtaposition of angles.

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Curvilinear Objective Take two profiles and cross them as a single form.

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Testing reveals which forms are inherently stable.

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Rectilinear Objective Compose a structure representing an aesthetc balance between rectilinear shapes.

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Models reveal the most alluring expression of the dominate, sub-dominate, and subordinate.

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Typography Objective A collection of type exploration.

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Discover Jazz: History and Appreciation Course

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SF JAZZ Gala 2011—Honoring the SF JAZZ Collective “21st Century Jam”

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st. regis hotel 8pm Tables of 10: $10,000 & $5,000 | Individual $300 | Benefactor Tickets $500 & $1,000

Grace Cathedral 8pm VIP $44 | GA $25

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Keith Jarrett “Solo Piano” war memorial opera house 8pm $100 | $75 | $55 | $40 | $30 Chris Botti; David Sanborn masonic center 8pm $77 | $62 | $47 | $37 | $25 6/22 Elis Marsalis Quartet “New Orleans Patriarch” herbst theatre 8pm $65 | $50 | $38 | $25 6/16

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6/23 ICP Orchestra “The New Dutch Masters” great american music hall 8pm $36 VIP | $25 GA Irvin Mayfield and the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra “New Orleans: Now and Then” palace of fine arts theatre 8pm 6/29 Henry Threadgill’s Zooid palace of fine arts theatre 8pm $53 | $38 | $30 | $25

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Discover Jazz on Film Course: “A Survey of Jazz/Noir” 7/12:

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Pharoah Sanders, solo “Sacred Space II”

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grace cathedral 8pm $44 VIP | $25 GA

Randy Weston’s African Rhythms & The Gnawa Master Musicians of Morocco “80th Birthday Tribute” herbst theatre 8pm $53 | $38 | $30 | $25 7/27 Maria Rita masonic center 8pm $75 | $60 | $47 | $37 | $25 7/28 Dewey Redman Quartet “75th Birthday Celebration” herbst theatre 7pm $53 | $38 | $30 | $25

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João Bosco herbst theatre 8pm $59 | $44 | $36 | $25 8/3 Kenny Barron Trio; Danilo Pérez Trio “Generations of Piano Trio” 8/4

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Jimmy Scott “Mother’s Day Magic” herbst theatre 7pm $59 | $44 | $36 | $25 8/9 Gonzalo Rubalcaba “Solo Piano” herbst theatre 8pm $65 | $50 | $38 | $25 8/10 Ray Barretto “Latin Jazz Master I” herbst theatre 8pm $53 | $38 | $30 | $25

Phil Woods Quintent with Bill Charlap, Brian Lynch, Steve Gilmore and Bill Goodwin “Bebop Legend” herbst theatre 7pm $59 | $44 | $36 | $25 8/16–18 Jazz/Noir Film Festival balboa theater $10 Individual Film $45 Festival Pass (good for all screenings) 8/17 SFJAZZ All-Star High School Ensemble w/special guest Joshua Redman “Fat Albert: Live Jazz + Classic Cartoons” palace of fine arts theatre 8pm $15 GA | $10 GA (ages 18 and under) 8/18 Savion Glover “Jazz Tap: Up Close & Personal” herbst theatre 7pm & 9:30pm $75 | $55 | $40 | $25 8/11

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florence gould theatre, legion of honor 2pm $25 GA

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John Pizzarelli; Taylor Eigsti and Juilian Lage Duo 7/7

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Industrial Design Portfolio  

Second year student work at San Jose State University.