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TH E RE IS NOWHERE TO LOCK YOUR B I KE WH I LE HAVING LUNCH

NO SAFE PLACE TO LEAVE YOUR BICYLE

SOME PEOPLE LEAVE THEIR LOCKS AT THE STATION

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NOT EVERY SHOP HAS BICYCLE RANKS

NOT ENOUGH BICYCLE RAKS AVAI LABLE

VERY LITTLE SUPPORT BY THE AUTHORITIES

SOME PAVEMENTS GET VERY CROWDED SO CYCLISTS ARE FORCED ONTO THE ROADS

A LOT OF STOLEN REA WHEELS CATC H TH E EYE I IN THE CITY CENTRE

DRIVERS OFTEN TAKE OVER CYCLE LANES

CYCLE LANES ARE OFTEN BLOCKED BY TAXIS

VERY FEW ROADS I N THE C ITY CENTRE HAVE CYCLE LANES

MANY CYCLISTS CYCLE I N TH E MI I D D LE OF TH E ROAD

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HANSSON Human Factors A university project for Blackpool tramway Year 1


PHOTO ETHNOGRAPHY examining the process of making a toast

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on the setting 2, one side is toasted properly althought not evenly

after about 30 seconds, the toast started to burn

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there seems to be enough room for a medium-sized slice of bread

well-sized button on the side

the other side is far from being toasted

the toast had to be put back in

the slot is wide enough to toast

even pushing the side button up does not help

use an additional tool eg a fork

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HANSSON Interface Design A design concept for a toaster Year 2


Temperamental heating- only extreems Would like to feel more valued Enjoy working in an open plan office but noise still distracts No place to eat. People approaching and asking questions even though on a break Poor air circulation

In the other room, glass is not clear so no view plus less natural light coming in Room was going to be painted beige but employees refused and painted it pink/ purple instead Not enough storage Sometimes too noisy

More wall art Screen glare Harsh artificial lighting makes feeling tired and gives headaches Would like to be able to change chair into different positions because sitting in the same position for 8 hours tires plus not good for the back

A lot of plants around. Homey feel even though space rather dated Workers like the pipes in the ceiling Everything was previously boxed up and all desks had dividers -> were taken down as employees did not like Only have 1 printer. People constantly passing by to use it. Sometimes files get lost when sent to the printer Nice view with trees. Large window

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The RSA - Workplace 2030 Workhub of the future Year 3


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HANSSON The RSA - Workplace 2030 Workhub of the future Year 3


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HANSSON Human Factors A university project for Blackpool tramway Year 1


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HANSSON Human Factors A university project for Blackpool tramway Year 1


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HANSSON Interface Design A design concept for a toaster Year 2


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HANSSON Interface Design A design concept for a toaster Year 2


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HANSSON Batch Design / live project A picnic hamper concept for Bentley Motors Year 2


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HANSSON Batch Design / live project A picnic hamper concept for Bentley Motors Year 2


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HANSSON The RSA - Workplace 2030 Workhub of the future Year 3


MAKING THE FINAL MODEL working in the workshop

During the process of I decided to change the location of the push-down bottom and place it to the other side of the toaster. it leaves more space for setting buttons on the front panel. change the initial layout of the power and cancel buttons. Additionally, I decided to make the corners of the slots angular not round because the slots are slightly more spacious that way.

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HANSSON Interface Design A design concept for a toaster Year 2


3d modelling

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HANSSON Human Factors A university project for Blackpool tramway Year 1


SIMPLE 3d modelling

FUNCTTIONAL

STYLISH

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HANSSON Interface Design A design concept for a toaster Year 2


3d modelling

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HANSSON Batch Design / live project A picnic hamper concept for Bentley Motors Year 2


P R E S E N TAT I O N

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HANSSON Professional Design Frameworks A redesigned presentation board Year 2


P R E S E N TAT I O N

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HANSSON Research Strategies for Design An infographic I designed for a univeristy project Year 2


PICNIC HAMPER

A few possible colour combinations

for Bentley

Comes with...

All inner compartments are thermally insulated and keep one’s drinks and food cool for maximum 4 hours.

1x Leather Shoulder Strap 1x Bottle of Champagne 2x Champagne Flutes 1x Food Container 2x Miniature Porcelain Plates 1x Cutlery Holder

The cutlery holder has a machine washable removable lining

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Both the cutlery holder and the hamper have Birkin spot detailing (inner lining)

Zip Detail

Hamper material choices

RED

BLACK

GREY

BLACK

LEATHER

BEIGE

CARBON FIBER

BEIGE

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HANSSON Batch Design / live project A picnic hamper concept for Bentley Motors Year 2


for Bentley

W.O. Bentley and the Bentley Boys A twenty-two year old obsessed by speed and its potential for changing the world. An engineering genius with an intuitive grasp of the dynamics of the amazing new internal combustion engine. Put those images together with a precocious visionary who believed nothing was impossible and you have some sense of W.O. Bentley on the brink of creating a legend in his name.

He liked to win.

And just one more thing.

LEATHER AS PART OF HERITAGE RELENTLESS IN THE QUEST FOR QUALITY SPEED DESIGNED TO FIVE LASTING PLEASURE POWERFUL RELIABLE COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENT DEDICATION AND DETERMINATION

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PICNIC HAMPER PASSION + EXHILARATION

Batch Design / live project A picnic hamper concept for Bentley Motors Year 2

REFINEMENT + LUXURY


PROJECT UPDATES

- Display screens to be placed in buildings to give real-time data on the buildings’ energy consumption. These will hopefully be in place by October. http://www.estates.salford.ac.uk/ page/Energy_Efficiency - Currently as part of the University’s non-pay saving measures we are developing a furniture reuse scheme. The scheme will match the needs of departments with unused/wanted furniture already on-site. The scheme will consist of an interactive web tool with details of furniture available and a central store. - Increasing awareness of biodiversity on campus through further development of a tree trail, installing bird boxes, and the Artist on the Lawn project. http://www.estates.salford.ac.uk/ page/Biodiversity - Student accommodation clear out has been completed. This trial clear out has enabled us to reduce the amount of items going to landfill from Castle Irwell and the items have been donated to charities such as The Mustard Tree who work with homeless people. http://www.estates.salford.ac.uk/page/waste

RECENT EVENTS I hope that you all managed to attend the VC’s Thank You event. The Environment and Sustainability Team had a presence in the main tent giving staff the opportunity to come and ask us questions about what our team does, how we can help and about the Green Rep Network. We are more than happy to answer any questions that you or your colleagues may have in regard to green issues by emailing eps-sustainability@ salford.ac.uk.

As is with most departments we in Estates are getting ready for the new academic year in September and thinking up exciting new ways to engage students at Welcome Week.

o you have anything to share with the network? Any problems you are having or come across any solutions? Let us know and we can mention them in the next newsletter so the network can also benefit.

Here again for those of you who missed it is the information passed over by Sue Hughes at StudentLife about buying recycled content paper.

TIPS Sue contacted Premier Paper (a University supplier) who happily sent over several samples of recycled paper and they chose to try out two of these, loading the copiers up with a couple of reams of each. They haven’t had any adverse comments and have decided to purchase a paper that is 75% recycled and is 20p cheaper per ream than virgin paper from Lyreco. Lyreco £2.25/ream plus VAT (80GSM) Premier Paper Evolve 75 £2.05/ream plus VAT (75GSM) Chosen Paper Green Planet £2.04/ ream plus VAT (80GSM)

- The EST is starting a programme of presentations to senior managers and heads of departments to promote the Green Rep programme and the work done by the Environment and Sustainability Team. If you would like us to come and talk in your office or department please let us know. - Our Travel and Transport officer has been working with the finance department to look at a cycle to work scheme through salary sacrifice and also offering interest free loans for those staff members who want to buy annual/ season travel tickets. Keep a look out on the travel pages for more information. http://www.estates.salford.ac.uk/page/Sustainable_Travel

BEC BENNETT Environmental & Sustainability Officer r.a.bennett@salford.ac.uk Tel: 54071

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CLARE FALLON Assistant Environmental & Sustainability Officer c.e.fallon@salford.ac.uk Tel: 54166

ANDY BINDER Travel & Transport Officer a.binder@salford.ac.uk Tel: 55323

MATTEO LITTERA Energy Manager m.a.littera@salford.ac.uk Tel: 54233

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HANSSON Green Rep Newsletter A voluntary side project for the University of Salford eco newsletter Year 1


pa c k a g i n g

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HANSSON Kids Meal Deal packaging proposal A voluntary project for a packaging company Milk Design Year 2


B AT C H D E S I G N A N D P R O D U C T I O N 2 0 1 2

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HANSSON Batch Design / live project A picnic hamper concept for Bentley Motors Year 2


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