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INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

JESSICA KREITZ |PORTFOLIO


Breezy Point

About Me As a designer, I am most competitive with myself. I’m in a constant battle to be the best I can be in every aspect and detail of my life. I believe that teamwork is just as important as personal improvement.

University of Wisconsin-Stout


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1 My Design Process

RESEARCH

IDEATE

- Who am I designing for? - What are the current products on the market? - What are the problems with those products?

- Brainstorm. - Sketch. - Throw ideas out there.


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MODEL

REFINE

FINALIZE

- Make those ideas come to life. - Create prototypes/models to test. - Solid modeling/renders.

-Push the previous ideas into the best they can be. - Move forward with an idea.

- Details. details, details. - Combine previous steps to create the final product.


2 HAND TOOL PROJECT

TREK

Project Overview

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LIGHTING

ROTOMOLDING


Hand Tool Project

ID2 Ergonomics | Fall 2015 Goal: To create an easy to clean garlic press that is both efficient and ergonomic.


Prototypes Stainless steel


1 User Testing

Prototype 2 was the most efficient among users, but garlic got trapped along the sides of the screen.

Prototypes

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Prototype 1 was often picked up and used incorrectly by users. Too much of the garlic clove was wasted from pressing the garlic through the main compartment.

Prototypes

Prototype 3 worked well among users, but the base slid around on the counter top. Garlic had a hard time staying in the pressing compartment, but users liked how the basket was removable for cleaning purposes.

Prototypes


Results

Prototype 2 received the best feedback through testing and was a favorite among users. It was the most efficient, fun to use garlic press, but had some room left for improvement within the handle and pressing area.


The Rocker


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TheRocker ID2 Ergonomics | Fall 2015


TREK TRACKER 1D3 interface design | spring 2016 Goal: To design an emergency response device for young bike riders. How can parents be more comfortable with sending their children off to ride?


ideation user testing


Users did not like taking off the helmet to press for emergency.

Power button was said to be placed in a convenient location.

Screens were easy to identify, but users had a difficult time pinpointing which buttons did what.

Users found it simple to identify what the different screens identified as.

The charging feature on prototype #2 was identified as a favorite amount users.

Users thought prototypes #1 and #3 were placed well, but not when helmet was on.


TREK TRACKER user interface

1. link device to app


2. attach device to helmet

3. ride safely

4. track safely


TREK TRACKER 1D3 interface design | spring 2016


battery level

Emergency

Sync to Phone

Go Home

toggle left

toggle right select

power on/off


peak OBJECTIVE

To design a light fixture for mass production. Safety, functionality, and manufacturability were also key concerns.


AESTHETIC


PROC


CESS


EXPLODED VIEW 3/4’’ MAGNETS

MANUFACTURING PROCESSES STEEL STRUCTURE

The outer structure of the lamp is to be assembled through the TIG welding process. All metal pieces can be sheared to size.

ACRYLIC (FROSTED) 1’’ STEEL PIPE

CANDELABRA CORD & SOCKET

ACRYLIC The initial shape of the acrylic is to be laser engraved, sandblasted, and heat treated to bend into its final shape. OFF THE SHELF ITEMS Off the shelf items include 3/4” magnets, rubber grommets, candelabra socket, cord, and bulb. RUBBER GROMMET

HOT ROLLED STEEL (12 GA)


peak


@the lake.


Winsell Rotational Molding Student Competition | 2016 OBJECTIVE To design a rotomolded object for outdoor living.


Outdoor Living Enjoying an energizing and fulfilling outdoor life experience based on wholesome and healthy activities that build the relationships which are most important to us.


Refinement


DOCK CHAIR This chair was designed for the dock side. It will not pop, float away, or sink below the surface. While the chair mounts to the dock, the hinge lets the chair adjust to the constantly changing water level, and the amount of weight it has to hold. The chair allows you to be right above the water, but not completely submerged. It also lets you enjoy the comfort of floating on the lake, but not floating away.


PLATFORM WITH HAND GRIPS

WORKING HINGE FOR CHANGING WATER LEVEL

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MOUNTS TO DOCK SIDE B

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VOLUME: 19.859 CUBIC IN ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES

APPROVAL

BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED

ANGULAR +2°

LINEAR

.X + .020

DRAWN BY:

NAME

DATE

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SWIM RAFT This swim raft was deigned for the lake environment. Most swim rafts on the market do not include chairs and are not very aesthetically pleasing. The raft and chairs are one large piece. The ladder is a separate mold. This raft allows seating within the front and back of the chairs and can be easily approached with the ladder.


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DROPS DOWN TO FIT INTO PLACE A

VOLUME: 93.915 CUBIC IN ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES

NAME

APPROVAL

DATE

BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED

ANGULAR +2°

LINEAR

.X + .020 .XX + .010 .XXX + .005 .XXXX + .0005

ASME Y14.5M-1994 APPLIES

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DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: DESCRIPTION:

COURSE:

Assem1

ENGGR2564

SEPARATE LADDER PIECE

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MATERIAL:

N/A

SCALE:

1:4

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SIZE:

A


WATER BIKE This water bike was designed for use in a lake or pool for children who’s age is appropriate. This item should not be used without a life jacket or without supervision of an adult. Most often water toys will pop or tip over easily. This product will provide kids with a fun and healthy activity to do on the lake.


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WATER PADDLE B

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VOLUME: 18039.720 CUBIC IN ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES

NAME

APPROVAL

DATE

BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED

ANGULAR +2°

LINEAR

.X + .020 .XX + .010 .XXX + .005 .XXXX + .0005

ASME Y14.5M-1994 APPLIES

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WIDE BASE FOR FLOATING ABILITIES

THREE FLOATING COMPONENTS

DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: DESCRIPTION:

COURSE:

Assem2

ENGGR2564

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MATERIAL:

N/A

SCALE:

1:24

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SIZE:

REV:

A

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SHEET:

1 OF 1


EXPLODED VIEW

HANDLEBARS

BIKE SEAT

FORK/PADDLE FRAME

PEDALS

PONTOON FLOATS

WATER PADDLE


@the lake.


THANK YOU

Contact Information

Email: kreitzj0848@my.uwstout.edu Phone: 218-831-7762


Jessica kreitz | Industrial Design