Lauren Sebastian industrial design portfolio
University of Cincinnati | Cincinnati, OH College of Design, Art, Architecture, and Planning (daap), Industrial Design, Class 2016 ` Beavercreek High School | Beavercreek, OH Honors Diploma, Graduated June 2011
Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society | Winter 2012 - Present
skills Analogue | Communicative Sketching & Rendering, Computer Aided Design, Foam, REN, Corruaged Paper Board Prototyping Digital | Adobe Suite, Sketchbook Pro, Solidworks, Alias, Keyshot, HTML
Deans List | Quarters 1,2 2011,Fall Semester 2012,
work Hasbro | September 3, 2013 - December 20, 2013 Worked on the Nerf Rebelle Team. Created graphic decals, photoshop renders, storyboards, foam core mockups, concept work, image boards. Tomy | January 8, 2013 - April 26, 2013 Worked with the Boys Toys Design Team on Pokemon and Battroborg products. Created foam core mockups, graphic design decals, communication documents, concept work, market research, and visual assets for presentations. Target | August 5, 2012 - October 20, 2012 Target Cashier, Starbucks Barista, stocked shelves, worked the register
Lauren Sebastian email@example.com (937) 902-6517
Decibelle youth audio electronics
Inspiration PATTERN CUTOUTS
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decibelle Bluetooth speakers
graphics on cord
decibelle bluetooth speakers
microUSB port for battery recharge audio line input LED pairing indicator
dock for iPod/iPhone
graphics on side panel tuning wheel
decibelle iHome bluetooth speakers earbuds
aid for the visually impaired
Current visual aids can be clunky, obstrusive, or require extensive care and training
Eliminate white canes and seeing dogs to give the visually impaired independence
Bees have 3 eyes on the top of their head that detect light and motion to help them â€œseeâ€? in the dark hive.
How can we apply this to an aid for the visually impaired?
Honeycomb texture mimics aesthetics of bee eyes Faceted surfaces provide unique texture
3D camera analyzes surroundings
Clip on function
i Wear has a built in 3D camera that scans the userâ€™s surroundings for potential obstacles. The information is then sent to iGuide. i Wear is able to clip onto assorted frames. i Wear is made from extruded ABS
USB charger Inside texture expands and contracts to aler t user
Bracelets receive signal from glasses and alert user of any danger.
iGuide receives information from glasses. Honeycomb texture on the inside expands and contracts to guide the user left or right. Made of thermoplastic elastomer.
1. iGuide takes 3D images of surroundings
2. Locates potential obstacles. Sends info to iGuide.
3. iGuide squeezes left or right hand to guide the user.
Simple. Intuitive. Independent.
amera on glasses takes 3D images anning the area for obstacles. formation is transfered to the acelets which guide the user.
Embrace freedom. Seeze the day.
Walter the wear y whale
Sick kids are no fun. They â€™re grumpy, uncomfortable, and full of germs. Grody to the max.
Let â€™s design a stuffed animal to help them feel better!
Create a stuffed animal that â€™s cute and functional
Stuffed animal and a tissue holder. Woah!
With his bagg y eyes and weighed down fins Walter the W hale looks just as miserable as your sick child feels.
Walterâ€™s soft plush and unique personality will help comfort your child, while his Cr ypton Super Fabric and tissues will help prevent the spread of germs!
Comfort Creatures Sponsored By
sona blender | kettle | french press
Design a line of kitchen appliances all sharing the same aesthetics
continuous forms, neutral colors, minimalism, color accents
Products all feature a simple stainless steel band, rounded knob, and special grip texture
Single-Ser ve Blender
electric tea kettle
single serve blender
Pure. Modern. Beautiful.
powder printed pieces
Rebelle nike shoe mash-up
Rebelle is fun, fashionable, and empowering.
More than just blasters, Rebelle is a lifestyle.
Nike and Reebok have designed Nerf shoes
Whereâ€™s the Rebelle love?
fun. fashionable. customizable.
What style of shoe fits Rebelle best?
How can we merge the Nike swoosh with the Rebelle wings?
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