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ENARA AGIRREZABALA industrial design student portfolio


PERSONAL INFO I am an Industrial Design and Product Development Engineering Degree student at Mondragon University (Basque Country, Spain). I am an active, positive and cheerful person who loves learning new things everyday, team working, team learning and practising outdoor activities. I have been practising athletics for years and I enjoy being in contact with nature. Moreover, I am interested in the technical and creative sides of the product designing process. The aim of this portfolio is to show a selection of some projects I have developed since my first university year. One of them shows the whole process of our designing method, whereas the others show some interesanting decisions and steps made while designing as well as some of the skills I have achieved.

EDUCATION

TECHNICAL & PRACTICAL

SKILLS

In my third course of the iIndustrial Design and Product Development Engineering Degree I can say that I am able to join communication, use and technique for creating a product or a service. Skills achieved: -Design, redesign and develop products, services and concepts dealing with the user’s and society’s needs. -Identify and reduce the environmental impact of the product throughout its life-cycle. -Persuade users using communication strategies, working on the product´s aesthetics, etc. -Suggest technically and economically viable solutions taking into account the materials and the manufacturing processes.

2D and 3D modelling and rendering

Visual comunication: 2D rendering. I have received graphic design lessons for a semester.

Material selection:

Awards:

Eco-design metodology:

2nd prize at ESTIA’s (Ecole D’Ingenieurs, CCI Bayonne) 24 hours of Innovation contest with Beyeux (team work).

IHOBE

(+34 610 940 720

First Certificate English level since 2010.

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About me


For me is.... I believe that design is a powerful tool to give answers that our society needs

Creativity

Technique non-stop learning Team Working Communication Discovering Analysing Making things Patterns beauty Visual Powerful

questions another way of Fashion thinking positivism Shapes

DESIGN


ANALYSING CONCEPTUALIZATION DEVELOPMENT

Final Product Make questions

Find Answers

Execute Solutions

Define the context Analyse it Define the design strategy CUT*

Try to find the answer to the problem Define 3 possible answers 75%

Define the solution 100%

*Comunication, use & technique

Design approach


saver 4

Bilbao

BBK live festival

1

2

Saver

Keflora

5

FLYING FREE sunglasses

3

6

Beyeux

7

Wellbeing Society

Hobbies

Selected work


SAver Water saving tank TEAM PROJECT 5 weeks

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Team members: Enara Agirrezabala Maitane GarcĂ­a Nere Karrera Jon Lamborena David SantamarĂ­a


Project Brief Saver, a water saving tank that allows reusing the water of the sink in the wc making use of the pressure difference between the inside and the outside, is a viable, simple, easy to use and efficient product that allows saving 20 litres per user a day. The main goal of this project was to design a product to deal with the world’s water shortage problematic by 2020. This product is going to be used at home. Due to this, Saver has been design for being comfortable for everyone (taking in account its ergonomy and being easy to use), ecocare (sustainable lifeclycle and materials and non electric powered mechanism) and making society aware of the necessity of preserving natural resources. Although, this project is being directed to the Basque Country’s market Saver’s system can be implanted in all bathrooms.

university project


Water’s situation Nowadays

at HOME Where do we waste MORE?

Although world’s 3/4 is water, only the 0,3 percent of the resources are usable, the 97,5% is salted. Moreover, water which is a necessary resource, is the most used and vainly wasted one (water leaks, the effects of the climate changing, etc.).

18% sink

Near future situation It is said that water demand will increase 55% by 2050. Furthermore, the water needs will also be higher, creating impatience. Apart from that the extreme precipitation changes would surely decrease water level and the greenhouse effects would get down the drinkable water level.The prices will increase, giving the chance for happening a real catastrophy.

73% 34% bath

19%

21% Wc

4% kitchen 5% dish-washer

10% washing-machine *INE(National Stadistics Institut)

Basque Country,


Saver’s Characteristics Components Outside components

Inside components Flower pot -the cover

Sink-Saver Tube connecting

Manometer. It notifies if Saver is available

Water level valve

Filter

Air introducing tube

Body

Foot pump

Base

Saver-WC connecting tube


Technical requirement

System

Ergonomy

MAIN COMPONETS For an easier and comfortable use.

Choosing materials

Charging Saver (available to use) Be careful

Casing Maximum service T : 50 C Supporting pressure: maximum 20kPa 3 Maximum density: 2000kg/m Supporting load: 100kg Water resistant Malleable Recycable Eco-care Coloured Insulating material Rigid As cheapest as possible

Textured for an easier use. A hole for each finger. Size:10 cm* Use of colours for an easier understanding Pressing button Size: 2cm*

Filter & tubes

Saver on Saver off Saver button

Air pump Air exit valve Air valve

Filter Water level limit valve

Non-returning water valve

Water selecting valve

Saver Button While stepping, the heel can be on the floor, (less tiring for users). pedal size: 6 cm*

Aluminium* * Material selector CES and perfomance index calculations for selecting the materials

Air entrance

Saver

PP* Maximum service T : 50 C Water resistant Ductil Minimum tenacity:10MPa Recycable Eco-care, if it is possible.

Sink

*KODAK PERCENTILES for calculating this sizes

WC tank


Saver Water saver for the bathroom Non-electric powered mechanism Easy to use Capacity of collecting 12 l Suitable for any house Maximum of 11 footstep needed for using Sacer (4 minimum) Maximum of 30 N in each footstep


SAVER

Save water at home

IF YOU BELIEVE IN +

+

USE IT

Colour options

*Combine them


kefLORA Yogurt machine TEAM PROJECT 4 weeks (20h)

Team members: Enara Agirrezabala Maitane GarcĂ­a Nere Karrera (+34 610 940 720

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Project Brief Keflora, a non electric energy needed yogurt machine, is Moulinex YOGURTEO� DJC1 41 yogurt machine’s redesign made by following the ecodesign metodology (IHOBE’s 7 steps*). The yogurt machines have not succeed in market, therefore the main objective of this project is to innovate the concept nowadays people have of those machines without forgetting the eco-designing process. In this way, this product reaches the usual yogurt consumer, specifially the eco-care ones, more effectively. The result of the eco-designing process is Keflora, an item for making yogurt from Kefir**, easy to use, dismantling and clean, aesthetically attractive and made by recycling plastics. Its whole lifecyle is taking into account.

University project Eco-Design subject *A flexible eco-design metodology where it is possible to apply quantitative an qualitative tools **Fermented milk drink made with kefir grains


Enviromental Aspects

Reasons for eco-designing not successful because...

Yogurt machine Lifecycle After analysing the enviromental aspects and the impact the product has during its whole lifecyling, using MET* matrix in each step of it, some improvement ideas have been made.

Focussed on families (does it need a user change?) Non effective integration in the kitchen Can be bothering to use it Buying yogurts is easier

Extraction and consumption of materials and components

Not enough publicity

Materials: recyclable and biodegradable plastic, recycling interior parts, cables without PVC, and material identification. Produce less material Select enviromentally friendly product techniques No serigraph

A lot of different components Factory production

Packaging: recycled materials, reduce weight Green transport

Motivating Factors

Distribution

Reduce environmental impact

External Factors

Internal Factors

Administration: WEE directive affects to the product

Consumer: Attract consumers, creating an attractive and successful product

Market: Necessity of changing the product’s standpoint, giving importance to the yogurts increasing price, advertising the product and changing the user profile

Environmental consciousness: innovate creating new product concert by applying eco-design

Use or utility

RECYCLING

Better material quality for increasing the product life. End-life system

New ideas

Innovation:Kefir New uses: make other products, easy cleaning, new forms of heating ... *M: used material in each step E: energy used T: toxic emissions


CREATING Keflora

Requirements Technical

In the creation of Keflora concepts importance is given to search for new aesthetic lines that will attract consumers, as well as to reduce the number of components and materials homogeneity.

Simple Innovative identity Comfortable Easy

Cleaning

Different geometries have been searched to allow to reduce the neccesary space. Moreover, making the user comfortable while they are using the product has been an important point too.

Dismantling

Environmental Made by recycling materials Encourage recycling Recycle the materials in an easy way. Identification of the materials Energy saving

KEFIR*

Desired quantity of yogurt can be choosen

KEFIR

MILK

Yogurt


Strainer

Components

General dimensions 310

ø40

Keflora’s cone shape’s makes pouring the yogurt inside to a vase and the cleaning easier.

The material selected for all components has been recycled PS. Excepting the cone which is made of crystal PS, the others are made of HDPS.

ø120

This machine gives the opportunity of selecting the desired quantity of yogurt and does not need any energy source for working. Cone

150

The product in detail

250

Cover 2

*mm

The colours, green and white (nature and pureness), its simplicity and innovative shape make Keflora different from other yogurt machines, thus will be more attractive for consumers and it is likely to be successful in the market.

Cover 1

using PROCESS: KÉFIR

MI

LK

12-36h YOGURT turn

assemble the yogurt machine

Add milk + kefir

put the cover

turn

wait

open the cover

pour the yogurt and serve yourself


KEFLORA

easy to use

At home

easy to dismantle Smaller and easier to handle Reduced volume, material end weight no energy source need Innovative Kefir-> Better for your health

GOOD FOR ENVIROMENT GOOD FOR YOU !


BEYEUX Season 6

BIARRITZ (France) TEAM PROJECT

24h Promoted by

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Project Brief Beyeux is being created as an answer for Azimut Innovation company’s topic in the 6th edition of the 24 hours of Innovation challenge taking place in Biarritz, France. Beyeux was awarded by the second prize. The main objective was to build an attractive product for making vehicles that are not easy to see or perceive such as bicycles, perceptible. This objective was achieved, thanked to the little light or the noise that this product makes when someone is detected by the sensor inside Beyeux. This way, cars and pedestrians will be more careful and less accidents will happen. Eco-design has been taken into account in the way of achieving energy (moving charge system) and the product’s aesthetics.


Working process Team working is our tool for working better and achieve better results.

Creating the concept

Analysing

0h Brainstorming How can be done? What this item must do? For whom is it? It must be sexy, attractive for the user.

Developing the concept

4h Idea Eye

Showing the result

24 h

22h Storyline ideation how can be shown this product?

3D modeling

Making polyurethane model

Presentation of the created product


3D modeling

polyurethane model

Details

nails for joining the lights Component for adapting Beyeux to bicycles Beyeux casing

Green Led lights

Lights

After defining the shape, a primer was given to the model before the black painting. Beyeux adjustment

Color choosing Casing Beyeux painted

BLACK

Sexy, elegant.

GREEN

Ecological, easy to see.


Product main features Based on eco-care & eco-design

Sensor aided

security area of 10 metres

If there is a car or someone in the security area the sensor turns on

air passing from the holes

Music

SENSOR EFFECTS

Light

Optimized material volume Self-produced energy (while cycling) Organic shapes, mimeticked in the environment No ecological impact while using Beyeux Made of the same recyclable plastic Led lights


BILBAO BBK live music Festival

Creating a corporation identity TEAM PROJECT 4 Weeks 16h

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Team members: Enara Agirrezabala Maitane GarcĂ­a Elisabete EgaĂąa


Project Brief A corporate identity is being design for the Bilbao BBK Live music festival, which iis a rock and pop music festival annually taking place in the city of Bilbao, Spain Being the festival´s corporation identity of 2013 is the most successful and attractive one since the festival took off, the new one will develop having in mind the actual one. Moreover, the new one will increase the festival´s personality, showing the festival-s strenght, vitality and ability of transmiting euphoria, and let people connecting the festival to a determined identity.

BILBAO

BBKLIVE

University work Graphic Design Subject


Brand´s objectives & key values

MOODBOARD

The moodboard on the right was made for showing the brand´s main objective: TRANSMITING the ESSENCE of Bilbao BBK Live music Festival. Three key values have been chosen for the brand: Strenght, Euphoria & to Live. All of them are closely linked by the festival, people going to there and the place where the festival takes place, Bilbao.

KEY VALUES

Ever yone has to know about bbk live. The brand has got the power to attract the attention of anyone by using aggressive triangular forms and strong colors Strength is also associated with the music of the festival that have the strength to bring near The thousands of people and make base of any them enjoy. other value is to Live. Concerning that, sensations as feeling alive, forgetting all the problems, enjoying the live and direct music are shown in the brand.

STRENGTH

Furthermore, the three key values mentioned are related to some defined colours, red, blue and green, that are also connected with the brand´s objective.

The pride of Bilbo´s citizens, the illusion of being in front of the group of music that fascinates you, or the excitement of leaving home and spending a few days in a festival. Euphoria summarize all this feelings.

* almost all pictures are related to Bilbao

To LIVE

EUPHORIA COLOURS Pantone-2935Coutdoor (skies colour), coolness, strenght

Pantone-1797C Pantone-355C

Agressiveness, euphoria, energy attractiveness, vitality, power Live, nature, joy.


Creating the Brand WHY TRIANGLE SHAPE? The logo´s creation starts from mixing triangle shapes, the new logo´s aim which is transmited by the combination of the shape mentioned before, the colours selection, and the B, B & K consonants.

WHY THOSE CONSONANTS? most important reasons

*This festival is colloquially known as BBK *BBK easy to remember, short and catchy. *Possibility of using triangles or pieces of the triangles shape for creating them

POWER Pressence Connecting people

CREATING PROCESS

Agressiveness f)

Brand’s ELEMENTS JOIN the consonant TOGETHER

a)

b)

c)

d)

e)

AGENCY FB

BILBAO

BBKLIVE Development: a) turn one of the B consonants b) Move the highlighted edge through the arrow c) Join the other two edges together d & e) Fill the gaps f) take out the structure made by the consonants.

Pantone-1797C Pantone-355C Pantone-2935C

Black PantoneCool grey 4


Dimensional definition

BILBAO

BBKLIVE 10

BILBAO

BBKLIVE 4

12

0.5/12 a

PROPORTIONAL SIZE*

BILBAO

7b

5b

BILBAO

BBKLIVE

BBKLIVE

7/12 a

17/12 a

3b

BILBAO

BBKLIVE 5/6a

a

RESPECT AREA

7

17

0.5

MINIMUM SIZE*

5b BILBAO

BBKLIVE

1/3 a

BILBAO

BBKLIVE

*mm


Brand Applications Corporate applications

Merchandising

The signage Sweatshirts and t-shirts CAMPING AREA

WELCOME!!

YOU ARE IN THE BBK LIVE

_________STAGE

_________STAGE

_________STAGE

W.C

COMMON AREA

EMERGENCI NURSING

INFORMATION POINT SHOWERS CHANGING ROOM

i

WIFI ZONE

1

BAR

Web pages

Papers BILBAO

BBKLIVE

Dear Mr or Ms asidjfaklshdflkasjdñklfjañsdkjfañklsdjfñkaljsdñfklajsñdklfjañskldjf ñadksjfaksjfio asdifja namnlkjannvljkcnbaljkfnjkannalkjflkajñlkajñlkañkljakj akjdflkajdsñklfjañlsdkça kjgñakljdflñkgja kfjgalkñjdflkgjañdjofialkdfñalkd`poakclñka´sñdlfájdfgkj

akjdglkajdkñlfajñlks kajdskjfañklsdjfa kjdfñklajñsdklfjñalksdjfñakjsdfñkajsdk jkdjkjkjç kgjañkljdfñkgl

kadjgkaljflkgjañlkdjf

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BILBAO

BBKLIVE

Yours sincerely

BILBAO

BBKLIVE

Bracelets, lighters, plates, keychains


Flying Free sunglasses design PERSONAL PROJECT 2 Weeks

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Project Brief Flying Free, FF, is a range of five sunglasses for summer 2013. They have being design for trendy consumers that love looking fashion, gorgeous and irresistible. Although one of the objectives was to attract a detemined consumer profile, the goal of this project was to design sunglasses for modelling after in 3D (using Rhinoceros) and printting in a 3D printer. After printing, several models have been renderized. As a result attractive and fashion sunglasses, with stylize and sophisticated line have been created.

University work + development made by own decision


From Sketches to 3D printing

Fast sketch (Illustrator)

3D model (Rinhoceros)

Printing material ABS

printed using stereolitography

3D printed model

Wearing the printed Sunglasses


Different options

Details

Gold side piece

WATERBALL g Free yin fl

g Free yin fl

Side view

g Free yin fl

Printed name

Side view detail

Swallow pattern

ETHNIC

Gold details

Back view

Front view detail SPRINGhasCOME

FLYINGSWALLOWS

Front view

LOVE


flying FREE sunglasses

Feel GORGEOUS, wear FFs


Wellbeing Society COLOR & TRIM PERSONAL PROJECT 5 weeks

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Project Brief Nowadays, stress is known as one of the main characteristics of our society, as well as the desire or the necessity for living fast or the pressure we have to cope with. While driving, we also feel like this. Therefore, the aim of this colour and trim design for Maier´s Color&Trim challenge is to deal with this problem and make the driver feel well, comfortable and relaxed while driving. Focussing in the different effects materials, colours, textures or smells can have in the senses, it is being looking for transmit warmth and calm feelings. This project has been developed for Maier Company’s 5th edition of the Color & Trim contest.


Working process Wellbeing trend Searching How can we achieve wellbeing? Can senses do something?

Relax

Warmth

Pantone 263C

CALM Sight Smell Touch

Pantone 257C

Pantone Hexachrome Orange M

Detailed Pantone 161 C

Pantone 4685C

WellBeing Society

Comfort


Material Searching SMELL

SIGHT

Material searching result

TOUCH

making little FLOWERS (SEAMS)

LAVENDER

Wood

CORK

Smell

TOUCH ME

Seams LAVENDER oil

Relaxing smells

Detailism Natural fabrics Conbine Cork & wood trasmit warmth

warmth touch

Cork

Material board


Final Result The indoor is being designed having in mind to creat a relaxing, natural and warmth atmosphere for the driver through sight, smell and touch. For achieving this, wood and cork have been joined with natural fabric, neutral light colours with lavender and orange touches and the seams, which seem to be little flowers, have been treated by an aromatic process. Moreover, lavender has the power of uplifting and calming whereas orange, transmits energy and warmth. On the other hand, the outdoor aesthetic, white matte finishing, lavender coloured cork and wood and metallic chrome touches, follows the indoors one. All in all, this car colour and trim design, turns the car into a place where the drivers would feel as theirs and would help them getting away from our stressful society


Inside the car Feel calm, feel relaxed

natural fabric

Door detail

Aromatic treatment will be given in the seams.


Outside the car

Side view

Front view

Side view detail

Front view detail


HoBBIES

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DIGITAL ART


Fears our own barriers

The aim of this was to show that the we are the ones who creates our worst fears.

Let’s overcome them.


Illustrating

Amaia

Ali


Toaster+Coffe machine

BLUSH

Oxford shoes


Thankyou! I hope you enjoyed my portfolio Contact me if you want more information or details from any of the projects I’ll be pleased to answer you.

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