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Jackeline Gonzalez industrial design portfolio


Gardening trowel


back pain cause by length

wrist pain & blisters on hands

existent issues

Design a trowel following anthropometric and ergonomic data to alleviate back pain, hand blisters & wrist pain.


others issues

loose trowel in garden hot spots wrist flexion wrist deviatoion


initial sketches


no sharp edges flat surface for pushing not circular accurate finger shaping neutral wrist position reflect curves of the hand ideal arm posture: 100Ëš to 110Ëš

ergonomics


Min. handle length

Max. grip diameter

finger clearance 0.83”

4.33”

3.74” 2.09””

anthropometric data


6.5”

initial concepts

5”

4.8”

5.5”

5”

5.5”


rapid prototyping


unable to scoop

improvements Usability testing showed that the main issues have been addressed but the curvature of the handle needed to be redesigned to improve basic functionalities and minimize error.

not safe


orthographics WEIV EDIS

WEIV KCAB

side view

top view


packaging design


http://shop.materialsix.com/

New product

iPhone 5-5S case wooden case customized engraving exchangable backs


plain

design evolution Designing to appeal the user’s sense with both the aesthetics and also the experience of discovering the product then refining protection and graphics.

big + weak


task analysis


bespoke device


Riana Dawson GeorgiaTech student Bachelor in Industrial Design, home: Buckhead, GA qualities: creative, introverted, smart, responsible, dedicated hobbies: online shopping, watch foreign films and documentaries on laptop favorites: color:yellow, shape:triangle


40” 40"

desk 52” 5

free space

KSED

24”

bedroom

environment

research


straight backrest

hot spots

issues

Tailbone Buttock

wheel on carpet


cardboard chair


250 lbs 16”

requirements

cardboard

pieces

4’ x 8’

1 2 3


single wall

treatment

weakest

strong Force

flexible Force

liner

basic shapes most volume functional

corrugate liner

strongest middle volume most accurately

cardboard & geometric shapes research

strong low volume stable


inspiration previous project Displacement of a prism is an intriguing concept that inspired me when designing my chair.


initial sketches


initial concepts


study models


boring

design evolution Focusing on the functionality was the first step on my ideation process, then moving on to improve the strength and aesthetics of my final product.

weak

pointy


assembly


15”

15”

1’ 17”

1’

side view

back view BACK VIEW

LEFT VIEW

9.8”

orthographics 18”

top view TOP VIEW


usability


versatility


parking kiosk


drawings


perspective


thanks gracias


Jacky's Portfolio 2014