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JESSALYN SALIM INDUSTRIAL DESIGN


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Title : Coffee Ground Fertilizer Bar Category : Eco Design Year : 2010


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The project is based on Sensory Lab, a Japanese inspired coffee shop in Melbourne. The project is sense-driven, where form, function, and the other design aspects follow the sense, not the technology. The project is looking at the usage of coffee ground and how can it give us a different sensorial experience. Through the exploration on what else can be done with coffee other than consuming it, I ended up with the hypothesis “How can we give a new sensorial experience throught coffee, but different from drinkinG/consuming coffee?” The project is explored through sketching, prototyping and experiencing. Techniques other than mass manufacturing or rapid prototyping were explored in this project to accomodate the materials which are “green”.


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Images on the right shows the exploration of the idea through prottyping and experiencing. The image at the corner rightbottom is the mould used to form the bar.


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Different materials were explored to create the packaging. The first two images are made of corn starch. After exploring other possibilities, finally the wrapper is utilizing paper mache technique. The last row shows how convenient it can be assembled in store. Pre-made wrapper will be supplied to the store while the store only needs to re-wet the wrapper and use it.


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WATER PLANT DAILY 2. PLANT PACKAGING 3. FERTILIZE WITH COFFEE

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WATER PLANT DAILY 2. PLANT PACKAGING 3. FERTILIZE WITH COFFEE

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SENSORY LAB

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COFFEE GROUND FERTILIZER BAR

COFFEE GROUND FERTILIZER BAR

COFFEE GROUND FERTILIZER BAR

It is available in three ranges: green for herbs and foliages (e.g. cress) red for fruits (e.g. tomatoes, strawberries) gray for flowers (e.g. azalea, roses) The packaging is made of recycled eggbox fabricated using paper-mache tezhnique.

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THIS FERTILIZER BAR IS MADE OF USED COFFEE GROUND AND CORN STARCH. PACKAGING IS MADE OF RECYCLED EGG BOX AND SEEDS MARKED AS ABOVE.

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THIS FERTILIZER BAR IS MADE OF USED COFFEE GROUND AND CORN STARCH. PACKAGING IS MADE OF RECYCLED EGG BOX AND SEEDS MARKED AS ABOVE.

CAUTION : THIS IS NOT FOOD, PLEASE DO NOT EAT!

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FINAL PRODUCT The fertilizer bar is a compressed coffee ground wrapped in bio-degradable paper that contains seeds. WATER PLANT DAILY 2. PLANT PACKAGING 3. FERTILIZE WITH COFFEE

SENSORY LAB OUT PACKAGED DOOR ON

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SEED IN DOOR

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THIS FERTILIZER BAR IS MADE OF USED COFFEE GROUND AND CORN STARCH. PACKAGING IS MADE OF RECYCLED EGG BOX AND SEEDS MARKED AS ABOVE.

CAUTION : THIS IS NOT FOOD, PLEASE DO NOT EAT!

CAUTION : THIS IS NOT FOOD, PLEASE DO NOT EAT!

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Title : aidsist Category : Medical Year : 2011 *project was nominated for GOTYA 2012


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aidsist is an innovative smart portable first aid kit system designed for schools. Managing a first aid kit to meet the complex state of student health conditions and the diverse range of excursions and activities in each school is a challenge. Ensuring that the first aid kit contains the right medication and health documents is critical. aidsist offers a solution where a first aid kit can be tailored to the particular activities and group efficiently. The system assists teachers in auditing the contents of the first aid kit using aidsist’s app in tablet technology. It ensures the safety of the students during excursions as all of the necessary items including the health documents will be available in the first aid kit.


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Project exploration through research, school visits, sketching and prototyping.


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aidsist is designed to meet the human ergonomics and usability. Some of the key features of the bag are: • Water resistant The bag is made of water proof and water resistant material to keep the medication and touch screen technology safe from liquid, especially when it is used for outdoor activities like camping. • Adjustable compartment divider The adjustable divider enables flexibility to the size of each compartment, as the first aid kit is used for various purposes that require different items. The adjustable divider ensures organized compartment that helps users to find items in case of emergency. • Removable iPad case The iPad case is not integrated into the bag, which makes aidsist future proof. It allows other tablets technology (e.g. Samsung Galaxy, Sony Tablet, etc) to be used as the platform in the future. • Health Database With the health database, users can have all information available in the iPad, including the anaphylaxis sheet and other important documents. The app allows the teacher to change the students data and update the health record efficiently. It also helps the teacher managing the first aid kit content proficiently.


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aidsist is designed to the detail. There is a clean preparation sheet that protects the from the medication as well (image 1&2). There is also a back pocket that can be used to keep belongings or waste (image 4) and side pockets where you can keep the shoulder strap when it is not in use (image 7-9).

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STUDENT’S DATABASE aidsist makes the student’s health data available at the point of injury. You can search for the student, edit the information and use the information to assist you in tending the student.

Because important health documents can be kept in the iPad, there is no need to prepare all of the documents before the trip. Parental concent can be automated.


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FIRST AID 101 When the data is updated from the iPad, it updates the inventory list at the school (if an item is used it will be recorded and reordered). This will help nurse/teacher to keep on track of the items in the kit.

aidsist’’s app is equipped with basic first aid instruction that can assist user in emergencies.

STOCKING UP THE KIT Different kinds of activities and group will need different items, the database that lists the first aid content will assist you in packing the necessary items, e.g. snake bite aid is needed for camping; if a student in Year 12 who is going to the camp has anaphylaxis, an Epipen is crucial.

The diagram of the student’s database


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Title : Glowb Category : Lighting Year : 2008


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Glowb is a light designed for students who needs a practical and space-efficient light. Itis inspired by the flexibility of snake/worm, and by the beauty of flower buds. The concept is to make a light that can be used for both, studying and a nice bedside lamp. Easy To Asemble Glowb is designed to clip together. It is made of polyetylene using injection molding. There is no bolts, screws, and nuts used in the product. Therefore, the assembling process will be easier and faster. This contributes to less man power needed.


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The Glowb’s prototype was made by 3D printing technology, Z-Corp printer. The 3D printed plaster model was coated with epoxy resin to harden it. The lens is made of vacuum-formed PETG. The prototype has two 1 watt cool white CREE and one 1 watt warm white LUXEON LED. It is operated by one tilt switch that turns on and off all of the LEDs.

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Glowb is powered by three 1 watt CREE LED that are operated by tilt switches. One bright white placed on the top shining through the opaque lens, will help to light up the room, and the bright white and warm white LED placed at the bottom shining through the curved holes underneath, can be used for reading or studying. The CREE XP-E that is used in this design has a wide angle, therefore, reflector and with lenses are not needed. The tilt switch itself is using mercury that cuts off the electric flow when it does not touch the pin. Therefore, it can “read” the movement and turn the light on.

ALLUMINIUM CIRCUIT BOARD

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TRANSFORMER 12 V, 2A TILT SWITCH TRANSFORMER 12V, 2A A

350mA BUCK PUCK

COOL WHITE LED TS

DIMMER/POT BUCK 350mA

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BUCK 350mA

BUCK 700mA

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Circuit Diagram

Driver takes 2V 3.4V

Notes : Tilt A is connected to the top LED, tilt C is connected to cool-white LED at the bottom, and tilt B is connected to the other LED (warm-white).

Components of the light


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RMIT DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN GRAP1033 DESIGN STUDIO 3

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FLEXIBLE METAL 350mA BUCK PUCK TILT SWITCH

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Whitelight - GLOWB

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Title : two Category : Jewelry Year : 2010


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two is a range of necklace designed in Rhinoceros and 3D printer. The technology of 3D printing allows fabrication of high complexity objects (e.g. creating an object within an object). The design was originally inspired by the texture of pumice stone. The red/white was printed using Z-Corp powder printing, while the white/black was printed using resing object printing which was finished with white and black spray paint.


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Title : Visual Future Category : Concept Design Year : 2010


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Quadron The concept is suggesting Victoria as a very dry land in the future, therefore the government would be trying to use it as an asset by creating a vehicle to explore the hills for leisure purposes. The climber has four legs that is controlled both by user and sensor. When it is climbing the hills, legs will “chase� one another, they will touch the hill alternately. The climber’s legs will be folded down 45 degress during emergency and act as propeller. This makes Quadron a safe rock climbing vehicle.


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Hoveren A hover board that is driven by cycling movement. The scene is on Swanston Street at night with a group of people using it as sports equipment, while it can be used as normal commuter as well.


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The hover board is powered by electric fan. Hoveren is made for city commuter. It is made of light-weight alluminium. Its foldable design makes it easy to carry it around when it is not in use. Hoveren is driven by our leg movement. There are two possible movements for each foot pad. Users can direct their legs just like when they skate to turn to the left or right. The other movement is stimulating cycling, which is used to determine the speed.


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Jessalyn Salim, B. Des (Hons) Industrial Designer m 0430106922 e jmsalim2@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/jmsalim2 jmsalim2


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