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Industrial Designer

Jordan J Ewart


Type of Living 2.08% Other

Project I Group Research Analyze pet owners to find out things they struggles and enjoyments they have with pets. Familiarize ourselves with existing products, their feature and functions. And discover where a target market lies.

62.50% House

29.17% Apartment

6.25% Town home

Living Situation 4.17% Other 15.63% Roommates

9.38% Alone 34.38% Family

36.46% Spouse


Number of Pets Owned: # of animals

11.46% No

Percentage # of owners voted

7

2%

2

6

4%

2

5

Living with Pets

6%

3

4

6%

3

3

13%

6

2

25%

12

1

44%

21

88.54% Yes

Type of Pets 6.80% Fish 8.74% Reptiles

53.49% Cats

3.88% Others 27.18% Dog


Shannon Ewart Age: 48 Lives in a Lake house in Minnesota Work: Sr Account Executive for UPS Owns: 2 Dogs

User Introductions

Phil Marchand Age: 37 Lives in a house in Iowa Work: Fire Fighter for Sgt Bluff, IA Owns: 2 dogs

Sally Spangler-Hammer Age: 41 Lives in a house in Virgina Work: Medical Social Worker for Mary Washington Hospital Owns: 2 puppies


How many dogs do you own?

2

2

2

What kinds of dogs?

Yorkie & Havanese

Bichon & Yorktese

2 Yorkie Puppies

How many hours do your dogs spend home alone?

4-6 hrs

3-7 hrs

3-5 hrs

What do enjoy about having pets?

They’re always happy to see you, Love you pretty much unconditionally, They make me laugh

What concerns you about having a pet?

Fun, Good companions, Great Cuddlers

Getting in to place they don’t Going into bed rooms and belong, Jumping on people down stair to our unfinished at the door, Coming upstairs basement, Jumping on people while we are sleeping Shannon Ewart

Phil Marchand

Brings joy to kids, Teaches them responsibility, Two little love bugs Potty training, Getting into things they shouldn’t, Kids teaching them bad habits

Sally Spangler-Hammer


Design Criteria


Adjustable Easy to Change Features Easily Transportable Easy to Change Appearance Adjustable Features Light Weight Simple

Minimal Functions Easy to figure out Clean Design Small Unobtrusive Design

Enforceable Guide lines Disciplinary

Icons: The Noun Project


Market Research: Pet Products Barriers and Restrictives Home and Care Individual Toy Interaction Pet and Owner Toy Interaction


Market Analysis PROS & CONS

+ Light Weight + Easy to Figure Out + Good Size

+ Light Weight + Easy to Transport + Easy to Figure Out

+ Light Weight + Easy to Transport + Simple Design

- Obtrusive Design -Small Transmission Signal -Unappealing to Look At

- Bulky - Hard to Get Around - Easy to Break

- Too Small - Small Transmission Signal - Easy to Loose


“I like that you can make it to fit any room in any house.”

“Scared dog might get a hold of it and choke.”

“This is something I would totally buy!”

“What Happens when you have to clean it?”

“This would be a great object for Junie (their dog).”

“How do I wash it?”

“How can I kid proof it?”

“What happens when the owners aren’t able to get to there phones?”

“What about when you’re on the phone with someone?”


FINAL- Prism Prism is an adjustable perimeter inside your home. With main homing device and smaller pod that can be placed in different shapes and sizes to create an invisible barrier for you dogs.


Home Device: With Call-outs Turnable/ Interchangeable Lid

Screen/ Interface

BodyHolds Mechanics


Project II Packaging Project A group of 3-5 students were given the task to collaborate with one another and design packaging out of chipboard, mat board, or heavy Bristol for an array of objects. While going through the ideation phase student must use at least 2 creative methods learned in class. Once narrowed down to a final design the group had to turn it into a laser cut file. To show the final product. Then present the your entire process to the class. As a group we decided to design for the average person going into a deli or cafe to pick up a sandwich. The criteria we need to design for was a sandwich, plate, flatware, and condiments.


Packaging Project The Final As a group we wanted our final product to something easy for you to use in a grab and go situation. So that after you order you would be able throw it in your bag or carry it to your destination. We also wanted it to be something be able to reseal if you decided not to finish your sandwich. The package is able to hold an array of sandwiches, flatware, and condiments. To help cut down on material our group decide to use the package itself as a plate.


Project II Soft Goods Ashley Stecker Female, 20 Business

Dylan Bueltel Male, 19 Industrial Design

Emmeline Nooren Female, 19 Industrial Design

Austin Ewart Male, 24 Pre-Med

Maggie Bermel Female, 20 Business

Luke Kuntz Male, 20 Marketing

In teams of two, INDD Juniors will pair up with two INDD Sophomores, and integrate insights from two more sophomores from outside of the college of design. Using co-creations the methodology, students will design a soft goods accessory for their target group: Sophomores.


How might we design a solution for active sophomores that can seamlessly promote active Lifestyles?


Bike Bag

Temp Bag

Clip Bag

Zipper Bag

Pocket Bra

Durable (3)

10.25

7.75

11.5

10.5

12.5

Portable (5)

25

21.75

25

20

24.5

Usage (2)

4.25

8

9

5.75

7.25

Aesthetics (1)

2.25

3.75

3.75

3.25

4.25

Versatile (4)

11.5

11.5

13.5

13.5

12

Average

54

53.75

62.75

53.5

60.75


Soft Goods The Final STRAPPACK helps promote active lifestyles by being a convenient, unobtrusive, and portable way to carry activity Accessories wherever you are.


Jordan Ewart

ewartj21@iastate.edu

issuu.com/jordanewart

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