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juan pablo farrĂŠ

Engineering in Industrial Design


Resumé

Academic Background

Awards & exhibitions

2012·2016 Degree in Engineering in Industrial Design and product development at Elisava Barcelona.

2014 James Dyson Award National Winner (Spain).

Work experience 2016 Research and development Intern, furniture and desk accessories. Resol. 2016 Freeelance UX Designer Mobile Web Design Symetria. 2016 Lighting and home accessories. Product Conceptualization. Icónico.

2015 'Algunos ejemplos de diseño sostenible' CentroCentro Madrid. 2016 Ventura Lambrate 2016 Milano 'Decoding Creativity'. 2016 Bienal Iberoamericana de Diseño, Madrid.

Tools Adobe Creative Suite · 3D Parametric Modelling · Autodesk · Sketching · Rendering (Keyshoot)


Skills & Habilities

Product Development

User Centered Design

Human needs approach to find key necessities.

From the ideation phase to the technical development, designing according to the industrial processes.

Interaction Design

Rapid Prototyping

Creating meaningful interactions through technology.

Prototyping and testing as a evaluation method.


Projects

timon

rĂŠmora

2016 Internet of Things & User Centered Design

2014 Internet of Things & Design for Cleanning

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vanpack

gota

2015 Packaging Solutions & New Shopping Trends

2012 Lighting & Recycled Materials.

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quicky

safestuff

2015 UX Design & Aumented Reality

2015 Internet of Things & Selfcare System

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timon

degree's final project


getting back to analog navigation.

Timon is a device which encourages the displacements by walk, based on user's momentary desires, disconnecting people with distraction and connecting them with environment along the way. IIn 2050, 75% of the world population will live in cities. How are those crowds of people going to move along it? Considering that most of the city shifts are of less than 2.5 km?

For example, in Barcelona, 4.400.000 shifts happen daily. The energy saved, by not using a car or a motorbike for distances of less than 3km, would be reduced at 60%. Besides, some reports, refer to the more efficient ways of moving along the city, as those lower of 3km done by foot. This project has been structured based on user centered methodologies, This research compiled

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two parts. First, a scientific investigation was realized and a human approach was defined. After, a design innovation framework was created to get a proper idea generation process, which served to transform the concept into a product technically solved.


user centered design architecture 1

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research goal and questions

Diaries

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Hypothesis

Interview guideline

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Interviews

Hypotesis validation

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Insight themes

Idea generation

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a design that goes unnoticed.

Timon works like a smart compass, which guides users from the start till the end. Enhancing them to freely enjoy the environment.

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SCALE 1:1

11 mm

75 mm

78g

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Method in action l creating insight statments

Design challenge How could crowds of people be encouraged to walk around the city for their daily shifts of less than 2.5 km?

interviews

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Method in action ll turning insights into trigger questions 'I use my mobile phone, it's easy and doesn't require much cognitive effort.'

'Sometimes, it seems I go faster walking rather than taking the tube.'

Facts and mind strategies

Emotional concerns and rituals

How can we bring new experiences to pedestrians while their daily walks?

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quick, memorable and concise


01 Top Case 02 Din Iso 2010 03 Litium 2.4 V

04 Din 912 05 Din 7991 06 Dial Pointer

07 Outer Ring 08 Motherboard 09 Stepper Motor

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HOW IT WORKS?

getting ready to go! The device is connected with pedestrans' smartphones via Bluetooth. A destination is set up from the App before departing. Afterwards, three 'tags' need to be introduced, such as relevant words. And finally, puting the smartphone away from one's sight. Hence, shifts are totally customizable in relation with the actual mood. Timon just shows the direction allowing the user to decide which turns to make.

Somewhere, 30-32

Greenary

to Somewhere, 30-32 BCN

125 kcal

Noiseless

Select your next destination

Costumizaze it according your mood

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Greenary , 125 kcal Noisless

Check out your progress before departing


USER SEQUENCE

Synchronize the device with mobile app

customize it the way you like it

Avoid any distraction

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HOW IT WORKS?

Technical Approach It has a magnetometer, accelerometer and gyroscope constantly recalculating the user's position, allowing the device to get updated constantly and to keep pointing to the right direction. A Bluetooth receiver is contained into the device to send GPS information from the App to the device.

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01 Top Case · 02 Din Iso 2010 · 03 Litium Battery 2.4 V · 04 Din 912 · 05 Din 7991 · 06 Dial Pointer · 07 Outer Ring · 08 Motherboard · 09 Stepper Motor · 10 Starter Button

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TECHNICAL FEATURES

drawings

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rĂŠmora James Dyson Award 2014

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Looking after the common goods Remora is a system which uses smart materials and the internet of things to reduce the volume of plastic soup floating in our seas due to the ghost net phenomenon.

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cheap, simple and easy manufactured.

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REMORA

a system aimed to:

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find ghost nets

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repair them rapidly

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to reduce the impact

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HOW IT WORKS?

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bionet

tags

rdfi reader

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REMORA

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app

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REMORA

A more significant impact with less technology

(both surfaces are joined by thermal welding).

Surface 01

RDFI printed

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Surface 02

Biodegradable pin

2g

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Vanpack New products for new habits.


The first box with no flaps. This project was required to meet Ecomerce’s customers' needs in means of cardboard packaging. VanPack was developed together with Saicapack, a Spanish company focused on creating sustainable solutions using paper and board packaging.

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Made it by just a piece of cardboard Items rolled up inside the box, to take up as little space as possible and to avoid wrinkling. From the outside, the box provides an austere design aiming to not to draw the attention, but the inside can be customized according to brand aesthetic, to give a colorful and surprising experience to costumers.

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Roll me Up! New packaging concept for ecommerce clothing shipping. The article inside the box is roll up to take up as little space as possible and to avoid wrinkling over its shift.

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details do matter.


VANPACK

get your items & return them by simple steps.

Stretch the strip

Open box to get your items

To return it, put them inside and close it.

Press on flaps to close the box again

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USABILITY

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gota family Illumination & Recicling

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Providing a new life to old stuff. Gota family lamps are a minimalist design created from old PVC pipes, molded through heat. Lots of pipes are wasted in old buildings, which will finish in landfills for their difficult characteristics to be recycled. This project wants to show how easy and cheap could be, manufacturing your own lamp at home with useless materials.

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GOTA FAMILY

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LIGHTING

As simple as posible. Inspired in raindrops, following an organic and minimalist shape aimed to be in large desktops, studios or even wider spaces.

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GOTA FAMILY

Get it for just 14 Eur Drop is easily fabricated, which directly affects its price. It has a few components: PVC pipe (with translucent body), text cable, a led strip, and an electricity transformer. The body is bent with heat, using carved wooden molds. Once done, a hole is made at the bottom allowing the cable and the led strip to entry. Finally, the lighting is covered with a piece of tape, to get the other parts painted.

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LIGHTING

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quicky Video here!

get a hand with assembling your purchases


A system aimed to help The goal for this project was to create an interactive instructions by using Augmented Reality, as required, for reducing the stress of Ikea customers during the furniture assembly process.

Prepare Items

Scan them one by one

Compilated with:

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Follow in real time


QUIC

before taking th

Login screenshoot

Get ready before start

Scan p Packa

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Get in introducing your p you might recalibrate au Once finished, scan the product packaging to g instructions. A confirmat product will appear w about your

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CKY

he screwdriver

product aging

Loading screenshoot sample

Purchase review

ady to start

profile data. Befora start, udio instructions volume. barcode placed on the get the specific assembly tion information of your with some relevant stuff r purchase.

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UX DESIGN

assembly instructions

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step by step Numbered stickers(1) are placed on each piece. 3D animated illustrations(2) show specific instructions. By scanning them one by one, a visual and audio guidance(3) appear. Completed steps are shown graphically in a bar(4).

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QUICKY

Main Profile Menu

Costumer Service Sample

profile screen All assembled furniture is stored for any further issues. In case you need to check some products bought, change your currently information or communicate some issue to Quicky team, you might do it through this main menu.

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safestuff

Whole Project Cooming Soon!

A system that allows you to transport the necessary equipment to practice sea sports in urban environments, moreover, undertaking the activity safer.

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Thank You joanfarrep@gmail.com +00 607 338 947

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