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From Challenging briefs to innovative results, we teach our students the skills they need to design, test and manufacture industry standard solutions. Only at Loughborough Design School is Design Delivered.


DEGREE SHOW COMMITTEE

DEGREE SHOW BOOK

contents

2013

Left to right: Perry Burns, Tom Wood, Mark Gamwell, Daniel Dobson, Dale Harper, Thomas Elsmore, Ruby Allen, Sotiris Tsouris, Harriet Price, Chris Winup, Rupert Warries.

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Degree Show Committee Index of Students Infographic Message from Professor Tracy Bhamra The 2013 Finalists Module Introduction Final Year Design Practice Industrial Design Studies Mechanics & Electronics Dissertation Design Week CAMM Computer Aided Ergonomics Entrepreneurship Interaction Design Universal Design Notable Second Year Modules Student Portfolios

The committee would also like to give special thanks to Steve Summerskill for his hard work, dedication and the support he has given throughout the year.

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2013 finalists

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OUR STUDENTS

Alistair Gallaher

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Natasha Adebisi

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Ruby Allen

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Thomas Booker

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Daniel Dobson

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Ben Douglass -Lee

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Paul Endacott

Alastair Craig

Khashayar Faiz

Aaron D’Costa

Oliver Draper

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Joshua Dryden

Ryan Finnigan

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George Elliott

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Alex Fisher

Daniel Devereux

Charlotte Flemons

Henry Dewe-Mathews

Rupert Elliston

Thomas Elsmore

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Alun Freem

June Kimberly Lau

Colin Matthews

Amy Elizabeth Munford

105

Matthew Pack

100

Oliver Murphy

106

Christina Paris

Guy Newsom

Brigite Marques

Jamie Marshall

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Louis Michael O’Shea

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Sachin Patel

Oliver Knight

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Amy Parmenter

Lucy Kitcher

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Nathan Lyell

Ben Jackson

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Kristian King

Naomi Loo

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Ross Ingleson

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Daniel Henry

80

Kyle Dane Hudson

Edward Jones

Matthew Lewis

Rich Henderson

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Sophia Ogland

Sean Johnson

Jonathan Lees

Chris James Hunter Mason

Danielle Houlden

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Samuel Friskney

Will Jarvis

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Nicola Hinton

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Jonny Harris

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Emily Ruth Greenhalgh

Matt Greatbatch

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Dale Harper

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Ziggy Gray

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Thomas Hamilton

Liam Higton-Shirt

Ross James

Daniel Gayle

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Vivien Hernandez

Edward Couldwell

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Liam Halsey

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Thomas Gantzer

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Gregory Hale

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Maxwell Calsy-Harrison

Laura Coppeard

Steven Dennis

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James Blackman

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Perry Burns

Joseph Cooke

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Emily Bilbie

Barnaby Bromhall

James Cooke

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Rasandeep Bhamra

Jonathan Bree

Patrick Collett

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Daniel Bell

Christopher Brand-Barker

Daniel Cox

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Alexandra Bailey

Michael Chung

Stephen Cox

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Ellen Borrowdale

Thomas Carter

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Mark Gamwell

Benjamin Pearson

Amy Ogden

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Matt Peberdy

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Lucy Victoria Platt

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James Pope

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Charlie Pouget

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Harriet Price

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James Reynolds

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LOUGHBOROUGH

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Hana Rousova

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Loughborough Design School epitomises excellence in the three strands of its activity – research, teaching and enterprise. Design School staff have world leading reputations for their research, teaching and collaboration with industry, commerce and the public sector. Design School graduates are highly sought after, reflected in the excellent employability figures. The third strand - enterprise – is embedded in all our activity, including ‘live’ design briefs from industry, commercialisation of graduate projects, and knowledge exchange activities with the public and private sectors. The School comprises 50 academic staff; 35 researchers; 50 PhD students; 13 technical staff; and 12 administrative support staff.

DESIGN Luke Sanders

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SCHOOL

£24,000

KEY SKILLS TAUGHT

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Tom Webb

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Alex Webster

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Sam Trott

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David Weston

Sotiris Tsouris

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Suzanne White

James Stephenson

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Daniel Varney

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Chris Winup

Elliot Stones

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Charlotte Wray

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Tom Wood

Freddie Wotton

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Sophie Yates

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Rupert Warries

CAD SKILLS

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Matthew Thurstans

Ankisha Solanki

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Source: unistats.gov.uk

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work or further study

30% TOTAL TIME SPENT IN LECTURES, WORK SHOPS & SEMINARS

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of our graduates between CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

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Sam Thornton

Lucy Smith

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Oscar Thornton

Katie Smith

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SKETCHING

Matthew Skelhorne

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MODELLING & PROTOTYPING

Rob Seabourne

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A MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN OF LOUGHBOROUGH DESIGN SCHOOL

PROFESSOR TRACY BHAMRA

“ Here at Loughborough Design School we are privileged to have students who demonstrate an exceptionally wide range of talents – from developing creative and innovative concepts through to building and evaluating high quality design prototypes. Loughborough has become recognised for this high level of creativity and innovation, which has arisen from the unique way we are able to blend design with functional and engineering expertise. Research and Enterprise are also a substantial part of our School’s activities, providing the latest thinking and understanding as well as clear context and purpose to our student’s work. During their time here students have a number of opportunities to interact with our industry collaborators. Many of the final years work with industry partners for their final projects. Additionally, throughout the programmes, our students take part in different industry led projects, where they work intensively on industrial briefs. We also offer our students the option of an industrial placement. This adds terrific value to an already

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LOUGHBOROUGH DESIGN SCHOOL 2013 FINALISTS

Welcome to the 2013 showcase of the work of our final year Industrial Design and Product Design students.

renowned programme. Students who have selected this option are denoted in this book by +DPS on their individual page. Across all of our programmes our applied research informs our teaching practice giving students access to our cutting edge development work and making sure our programmes are always up-to-date. This development and evolution over many years ensures that we are internationally recognised as producing the best industrial and product designers for today’s challenging workplace and multidisciplinary. This is reflected in the very high proportion of our graduates gaining employment in design. This degree show book illustrates the hard work and dedication that our students have put into their studies over their time here at Loughborough Design School; I hope you find it as interesting, informative and inspiring as I do.

ABOUT THE PROGRAMMES THAT WE OFFER

needs, aspirations and product appearance. Whilst still retaining a focus on designing great looking products, the BSc in Product Design and Technology also develops capability in the underlying principles on which products operate by studying and applying mechanics, electronics and materials science throughout the course.

“I hope you enjoy this showcase of our student’s work and recognise the skill and dedication that it embodies”

The BA in Industrial Design has a bias towards product innovation through the integration of user

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Final year module

FINAL YEAR MODULE INTRODUCTION

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FINAL YEAR DESIGN PRACTiCE From user research and concept generation to design for manufacture, CAD, electronics and prototyping, this module is the culmination of all skills gained throughout university studies and work placements. The modules focus is the design and development of a product to meet either a selfgenerated or company sponsored brief. The initial stages draw on the students’ abilities to empathise with users, utilise new technologies and problem solve to create a range of different solutions. Refining these solutions requires the practical skills of the students in areas such as ergonomics, mechanics and manufacturing to

evaluate concepts for both innovation and feasibility. Detailed design for manufacture is undertaken with consideration of materials, processes and costs. Finally, by applying their skills of model making, students create a range of aesthetic and functional prototypes that can then be used as the basis for user evaluation.

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Final year module

industrial design studies

The final year IDS module follows briefs set by the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) and gives students the ability to diversify their current skills and explore industry standard briefs. The IDS module is undertaken by all final year BA students, and runs from the beginning of the year and throughout semester one. This years briefs were: Workplace 2030, Valuing Water, Change Makers, The Good Journey, Social Insurance. All the briefs required in-depth primary research, design ideation, development and the production of a final design. At the end of the module, students have the opportunity to submit their work to the RSA competition, and this year two undergraduate students have been short listed.

“This module provides a good opportunity for design creativity combined with extensive user interaction, research and experience prototyping.”

Final year module

DISSERTATION “Students undertake an in-depth study on a design topic of their choice through primary and secondary research.” This module allows students the scope to extend their knowledge on a design related subject of their choosing. Some students pick topics related to their major project and use the findings to feed into it, whereas others pick areas of particular interest to them. It allows students to undertake in-depth research which they normally wouldn’t have time to do in other modules. It extends their investigative, project management and writing capabilities.

Final year module

DESIGN WEEK Final year module

Mechanics & Electronics “A great module to show off students’ technical knowledge, it really encourages consideration of feasibility in conjunction with creativity” This module is undertaken by BSc students and is designed to put into practice the skills learnt in the previous two years of study. It brings together skills in both mechanics and electronics in two methods of assessment: a group design analysis & manufacturing project and an individual exam. The group project allowed students to combine their knowledge of programming, circuit design, mechanical analysis and manufacturing skills to produce a fully automated prototype.

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In teams of 3 over the period of 12 weeks, students were required to design, analyse, manufacture and evaluate an electromechanical can crushing device to meet individual mechanics and electronics specifications, resulting in a competition to see which design was the most effective.

“Students get to choose from a variety of live briefs and have a week to develop their concept into a fully defined design.” Design Week allows finalist students to select a brief from a range provided by a number of international companies and design consultancies. This allows students to have input into live commercial projects, generating both innovative and feasible design

proposals within the tight deadline of a week long project. The initial stages of the project require the student to define a design direction for the selected brief by performing user research and insight generation. Appropriate and innovative solutions are generated,

refined and developed leading to a final proposal where professional presentation is key.

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OPTIONAL module

CAMM

“In this module students focus on advanced 3D modelling techniques as well as the role CAD plays in industry and manufacture.”

CAMM stands for Computer Aided Modelling and Manufacture and is the module of choice for students who wish to develop their CAD abilities and learn advanced surface modelling. The core of the module involves the reverse engineering of an existing complex product in Creo with integrated adaptations for rapid prototyping. Students then use this model to produce high quality renderings. Further to this, there is an exam which extends student’s understanding of concepts such as virtual and rapid prototyping, advanced computer simulations, product lifecycle management and CNC machining.

OPTIONAL MODULE

entrepreneurship & innovation This module provides content on a range of issues Surrounding entrepreneurship and its influence on the development of successful novel designs and technical innovation. Through exciting and engaging lectures alongside multiple guest speakers, this module presents a range of topics; from small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), entrepreneurial abilities and proper business structure. Students gain insight into how a small simple concept or idea can grow into a global organisation and innovative success.

“Here students learn about entrepreneurship in the context of novel design and technical innovation.” OPTIONAL MODULE

INTERACTION DESIGN OPTIONAL MODULE

computer aided ergonomics Computer Aided Ergonomics gives students an insight into the process of user observation and in-depth task analysis as well as providing them with skills in virtual human modelling and software based ergonomics simulation. The module is comprised of a series of lectures, workshops and user observations that allow students to explore the concepts of varying human proportions and the effect these have on user interactions. This information is then applied to the evaluation of occupant accommodation

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and control layout within a car’s interior. With all research being independently driven, students find themselves observing driver behaviour, analysing the frequency and importance of tasks and evaluating such tasks in the digital human modelling environment. After this thorough evaluation, students are then able to make

informed design proposals based on the information found.

“It’s about creating great user experiences” Interaction Design provides students with insight into how to design useful and engaging digital products. Students are required to conduct research on targeted user groups, monitoring the users’ activities and recording the outcomes. From this, mind maps are developed to highlight key insights and opportunities, depicting information gathered such as, relevant task, perceptions, experience goals, photos and demographics. Interactive prototypes of concept designs are then created using Flash to demonstrate the usability and flow of the design.

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OPTIONAL MODULE

UNIVERSAL DESIGN “This module develops student’s understanding of design principals for the elderly and disabled in mainstream population.” The Universal design module provides students with a range of skills to help them better design for older people and those with living with disabilities. Students undertake empathic modelling and learn how to do interviews, observation and task analysis alongside co-designing and other design methods to produce assistive technology product

designs. This year students worked with a special educational school and worked with staff and pupils to produce concept designs that were judged within a ‘dragon’s den’ presentation at the School. This involved three visits to the School, with the pupils returning to the Design School to gain experience of using the industry grade facilities.

STUDENT PORTFOLIOS

second year

NOTABLE YEAR TWO MODULES

“Building the skill sets required for the final year.”

Design & Manufacture Technology

Design Communication

In this module, students design a widget which is to be injection moulded in the design school’s own machine. In groups, they machine their mould tools using a combination of manual and CNC machining. The final step is to use an injection moulding machine to create a number of widgets which are displayed on a point of sale unit.

The focus of design communication is to help enhance the industrial design modelling, communication and presentation techniques of students. Using a combination of Creo, Photoshop and Illustrator, a number of projects are completed including the creation of a design portfolio, various CAD models, renders and display boards.

Design Practice

Sustainability & Design

Design Practice helps prepare students for the Final Year Design Project. Throughout the module, students will have the opportunity to practice prototyping and manual modelling skills. Students create their own hand-held device through the use of manual processes to make a visual prototype which communicates what the final manufactured design would look like.

Sustainable design introduces students to issues associated with the subject. Students examine current sustainable design practice and are introduced to current tools and techniques used for successful sustainable design. They also have the opportunity to work on live briefs which have a focus on sustainability.

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rubyallen@outlook.com

n.adebisi@gmail.com

NATASHA ADEBISI

www.behance.net/rubyallen

www.nadebisi.wix.com/portfolio

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

+44 (0) 7969 257611

+44 (0) 7769 179077

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A portable waterproof audio system inspired by the revolutionary boom box design, which incorporates the flat panel technology in two removable buoyant speakers.

Personal Statement

Dissertation

As a passionate and intrinsic designer, I bridge gaps in consumer markets with interesting and elite designs. Due to my diverse cultural and academic background, I bring a different way of thinking to the table; a benefit or not, you decide.

Experience

1 Major Project: Compound Sound A speaker system that bridges the gap in the market between floating speakers, portable speakers and home audio systems.

An investigation into the ‘system overload’ in terms of overcrowding on the London Underground and proposing a possible design solution.

2012 - Trainee Architectural model maker at Unit 22 2012 - Intern Designer at MDM Props 2012 - Intern Model Maker at Hothouse IWG

Awards

Dissertation

1 Children’s Toothbrush A toothbrush designed to encourage better oral healthcare by exposing remaining plaque and changing user behaviour.

An investigation into how screen reading technologies impact the user experience of Internet use for visually impaired users.

Personal Statement

As an inquisitive and empathetic designer, design research is something I aim to pursue. I enjoy working on user centred design projects to create good user experiences.

2 Design Week Project: Hype 10 A subtle wrist device that uses lighting to warn potentially hypertensive users of an uncontrolled blood pressure state.

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An inclusively designed baby bathing and changing unit that is accessible to all parents, regardless of height or disability.

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RUBY ALLEN

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

2008 – Young Engineer for Britain National Finalist

2 Injection Moulding Project A Sellotape end finder and cutter, designed as a promotional widget. 3 Bebaño An inclusively designed baby bathing and changing unit designed to be accessible for all.

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danielbell1991@gmail.com

alexandrakabailey@gmail.com

ALEXANDRA BAILEY

+44 (0) 7889 363237

www.alexandrakbailey.carbonmade.com

BA Industrial Design and Technology

+44 (0) 7917 800373

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A children’s toy that encourages their learning and developmental skills whilst acting as a lighthouse nightlight.

1 Lighthouse Game Station Small lighthouse to act as a nightlight with interactive elements.

Vive tackles driver fatigue, by monitoring driver awareness and reviving the user through a range of multi sensorial stimuli.

Dissertation

2 Lighthouse Game Station Disassembles into a game station for children aged 3-6 with multiple games to aid motor and cognitive skill development.

Dissertation

An investigation into consumers’ perception and understanding of food packaging and its recyclability.

Exploring the affect branding has on Fast Moving Consumer Goods and a consumers purchasing decisions.

3 Portable Food Container For Office Workers Four tiered food container for transporting, storing and eating food - hot or cold.

Awards

2009 - 3rd in the ‘Young Inventor of the Year’ Competition

Experience

2011/12 - Reckitt Benckiser: R&D Design Assistant 2008/11 - Singer & James Ltd: Architectural Steel Worker

4 Modern Ergonomic Desk Curved desk designed to allow maximum workspace. Yang top promotes a calm and inspiring ambiance.

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DANIEL BELL

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

1 The Annihilator A team project to design an automated electromechanical can crusher. 2 Kooky A self-contained cookie maker designed to enhance and complement the cookie making process. 3 Vive Mind monitoring headset and multi sensorial docking station.

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RASANDEEP BHAMRA

BA Industrial Design and Technology

r_b1@hotmail.co.uk

emilybilbie@gmail.com

+44 (0) 7920 462884

+44 (0) 7921 527596

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Major Project

A discreet personal glucose monitor for diabetics which allows ease of use when on the go by eliminating the need for multiple products to check blood sugar levels.

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Dissertation

An investigation into the acceptance and usability of interactive touch screen technologies by older adults.

I am a target driven individual who is hard working and self-motivated. I have a keen eye for all aspects of design, with my strengths lying in conceptual sketching.

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Water Filtration System for Africa. Utilizing the kinetic energy of walking, 40 litres of contaminated water is purified through an ultrafilter, allowing enough clean water to support a family in rural Africa for a day.

Dissertation

Personal Statement

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EMILY BILBIE

BA Industrial Design and Technology

Water Purification Methods for sub-Saharan Africa. An evaluation of point-of-use water filtration techniques and products using a literature review, case studies and interviews with academics, designers and charities.

1 Industrial Design Studies Concept sketch work for the design of a chair based around the emotive keyword ‘Proud.’ 2 Major Project An all in one personal glucose monitor with integrated lancing device for diabetes sufferers.

Experience

2011/12 - Kinneir Dufort 2011 - ‘SAS’ for D&T in Secondary Schools

2 1 Handheld Electronic Recipe Reader ‘Ivy’ is an Art Nouveau inspired electronic recipe reader. The product uses an E Ink Triton touchscreen to allow the recipe displayed to be retained on screen during sleep mode. 2 Group Project: Promotional Give Away Product A one-shot injection moulded board comb and bottle opener for surfers. Manufactured using processes on the milling machine, centre lathe, CNC machines and water jet cutter. 3 ‘Aquamenti’ The all-terrain barrel contains two separate chambers. The collapsible concertina stores contaminated water which is forced through the ultrafilter into the clean barrel as it rotates.

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tom.booker90@gmail.com

james_1blackman@hotmail.com

JAMES BLACKMAN

+44 (0) 7927 810917

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www.coroflot.com/tombooker

+44 (0) 7837 583251

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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Brute Blend - A sports nutrition flask able to store, dispense and blend supplements with other ingredients, on the go for a smooth nutritious shake.

Dissertation

Does the way Design and Technology is taught at Secondary and University level adequately prepare pupils who choose to pursue a career in design? How can it be improved?

Experience

2011/12 - WSi-Signs Assistant Designer. I worked in 2D and 3D illustration Software to produce high quality graphic layouts of bespoke sign systems, for a variety of large clients.

THOMAS BOOKER

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

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TorQ- Human Powered Emergency Communication System and Disaster Preparedness Kit.

Dissertation

How is the lifespan of mobile phones changing and what are the biggest influences on replacement behaviour in 18-25 year olds in the United Kingdom?

Experience

2010 - Contract Design, Bluebell Communications Ltd 2011 - Design Intern, SIMTech, Singapore 2012 - Nemaura Pharma Design Competition Winner 2013 - James Dyson Bursary

1 TorQ Disaster Preparedness Kit Ripcord powered Radio handsets are stored in the TorQ HQ backpack kit that can be dissassembled and adapted as needed. 2 “Easy Breathe� Flu Mask Menthol inhaler mask to soothe Flu Symptoms and prevent spread of infection, whilst addressing the social stigmatism of wearing masks.

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1 Brute Blend - Major Project An exploded view of the powder dispensing chamber and the dual touch blending element of the product. 2 Design Week Project A concept chopping board design, with interchangeable bamboo surfaces, an accompanied hinged knife and food storage. Making cutting food safer and cleaner for the user. 3 Brute Blend - Major Project. A sports nutrition flask, designed to give athletes a smoother, easier and better post workout shake.

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ELLEN BORROWDALE

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+44 (0) 7443 416199

+44 (0) 7867 960348

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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‘Fluttr’ gives users a unique way to dispose of their unwanted cooking fat whilst also feeding the wild birds in their garden. Fluttr turns used cooking fat into nutritious bird food which stops fat being tipped down the drain.

Dissertation

How do UK retailers use design to create and maintain customer loyalty?

Experience

2011/12 - Tesco Format Planner 2010/11 - Student Associate Scheme

1 Meno Pause: Providing relief from menopausal symptoms A portable product to help women deal with the symptoms of the menopause discreetly and easily without drawing attention to themselves. 2 Coffee App: Allowing busy people to avoid queues in cafés A mobile phone app created using UX design techniques that allows the user to purchase orders at their local coffee shop via NCF technology. 3 Fluttr: A fat disposing bird feeder ‘Fluttr’ stores fat in the top container, when enough fat has been collected seeds and left over food waste are added to the fat to create bird food.

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bbchris@talktalk.net

ellenborrowdale@gmail.com

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CHRIS BRAND-BARKER

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

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A combination bicycle repair stand and car transport rack, for the cycling enthusiast who wants flexibility when travelling.

Dissertation

A study into how the evolution of material manufacturing technology has affected performance in bicycle frames.

Experience

2011/12 - Lawson Engineers - designing mechanical marine handling systems. Involved in the Lake Ellsworth Project.

1 Electromechanical Can Crusher Group project to design and make a fully functional automated can crusher. 2 Final Year Design Project A combination repair stand and car transport rack for the cycling enthusiast. Transport Rack mode shown. 3 Final Year Design Project Shown in repair stand position. Dual jaw clamps allow flexible holding options.

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bbromhall@gmail.com

hi@jonathanbree.com

Jonathan Bree

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

www.coroflot.com/bbromhall

www.jonathanbree.com

+44 (0) 7757 174050

+44 (0) 7597 930426

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Major Project

HIIVE: A wearable tactile indication, navigation and sports feedback device for cyclists.

Innovative hearing protection and enhancement for employees of the events industry.

Dissertation

A study into how mobile phones can be given more emotional durability in a consumer society.

Experience

2011/12 - Cosfibel Group 2010/12 - Stay Gold Co

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Dissertation

A study into the barriers opposing widespread adoption of additive manufacture in the domestic market.

1 Wearable Hand Strap Visio-haptic feedback device, providing safety benefits to cyclists.

Experience

2 Design Week An induction-based portable cooking pod for the modern workplace.

2012/13 – Product Engineer, Origin Live 2012/13 – Product Designer, Icon Styles

3 Rugged Phone Mount A modular and size-variable tough phone case for a bike.

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Personal Statement

I have a passion for everything that can be built and designed, with a key eye for innovation and creative thinking. 1 Kompact A compaction device using precision engineering and autonomous electronics. 2 Guardian A wrist worn device to help prevent deaths from strokes and heart attacks using ECG. 3 Axon An effective new approach to hearing protection and enhancement with critical user adjustment features.

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Barnaby Bromhall

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

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p3rryburns@googlemail.com

Perry Burns

+44 (0) 7807 116545

BA Industrial Design and Technology

A Carbon Monoxide detection system, improving safety through intutitive interaction and visual communication.

Dissertation

Can Additive Manufacturing technology provide a sustainable solution to customised consumer goods?

Personal Statement

Energetic, self-motivated, a new era innovator, words chosen to describe my passion for design.

Maxwell Calsy-Harrison

www.coroflot.com/calsyharrison

BSc Product Design and Technology

+44 (0) 7766 393855

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Major Project

mcaslyharrison@gmail.com

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Major Project

1 Design Week Slot Car Concept Purposed Slot Car Concept using Creo Parametics and Keyshot rendering software.

Dissertation

2011/12 - Junior Designer, SS Marines 2011/12 - Junior Designer, Emerald House

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The ‘Depth Charge’ promotes the aspect of water safety for Coasteering and cliff jumping activities. The device is thrown into the water measuring both depth and drop height to determine potential dangers.

The extent to which home 3D printing could alter the relationship between the consumer and designer.

2 CAMM Reverse Engineering Project Deconstruction and surface analysis of an Ergonomic Computer Mouse.

Personal Statement

I have been able to develop my passion in the design of products to provide a solution with both technical and aesthetic merits. I enjoy a highly active and sociable lifestyle; successfully maintaining a good work/life balance.

3 Final Year Major Project Innovative Carbon Monoxide detection system, improving safety through intuitive design.

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1 Automated Can Crusher A group project showing a fully functioning, electro-mechanical can-crusher. 2 Reverse Engineered Shaver for Additive Manufacturing A household branded shaver modelled in Creo using class-A surface geometry whilst maintaining G2 line curvature and strong Parent-Child relationships, rendered in Keyshot. 3 Major Project A final rendered image of the ‘Depth Charge’ submerged in action using sonar before indicating the beacon through its transparent casing.

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Tom Carter

BSc Product Design and Technology

tomcarter90@gmail.com

mcfchung@gmail.com

www.linkedin.com/pub/tomcarter

+44 (0) 7411 785736

+44 (0) 7590 380225

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Major Project

RC bait boat designed to reduce disturbance in the water and improved usability. Utilizing fabric hoppers to save weight and volume.

Dissertation

How Near Field Communication will become an increasing part of everyday life - Will Mobile Payments really be the catalyst for its success?

Experience

2012 CAD Designer, Stoneham Kitchens PLC

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Virtual Vocal Coach – Using Visio-haptic feedback to guide singers in the subconscious. 1 Design Week project- HotPod Self-heating travel food container with replaceable heating packs. Heating pack is reset when cleaned in a dishwasher.

Dissertation

Has designing predominantly single user products changed social behavior?

2 Up-rite walking stick Mechanical walking stick that reduces back pain from having to pick up a stick from the floor. Made from Aluminum with a hardwood handle.

1 Trillo headphone Wireless headphone with in-built microphone. 2 Brace Knife A knife designed to prevent cross contamination in the kitchen. 3 Trillo In-built exercises and warm ups deliver accessible and affordable expertise to singers.

3 Major Project- Remote control Bait boat for carp fishing. RC bait boat- designed to reduce noise that would disturb fish. Shown ready for use. The boat collapses for transporting saving volume and weight.

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Michael Chung

BA Industrial Design and Technology

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pcollett91@googlemail.com

Patrick Collett

jamesarchercooke@hotmail.com

+44 (0) 7743 378675

BSC Product Design and Technology

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A study into “The rise of app based devices & their effect on the design community, present and future” with close analysis on student and professional designers opinions.

Experience

2011-Present Freelance graphic designer – JLF Race Events Ltd 2012 Graphic designer – Smart Little Gardens

BA Industrial Design and Technology

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Major Project

An innovative and reusable modular transport box for electronic products consisting of inflatable internals, shock absorbing outer skin and an e-paper screen.

Dissertation

James Cooke

+44 (0) 7985 604598

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Osiris: compact, portable device to aid the location and removal of displaced contact lenses from the eye quickly and hygienically. 1 Pop’ Pill Dispenser - Design Week project A hygienic pill dispenser that helps users with limited dexterity to take daily pills using refillable cartridges.

Dissertation

Can a single advertisement or campaign significantly change the sales of a product?

2 Waterproof, rugged Sat Nav called NAV- BAND An armband Satellite Navigation for kayaking and canoeing that allows simple user interaction whilst on the water.

Experience

2012 McCann Health, London: Placement Student - Junior Art Director 2010 JP Hildreth Ltd, Amersham: Design Consultant

3 Modular transport box - Major Project CAD renders showing the modular expansion & inflatable airbags inside the box alongside the NFC programmable e-paper screen.

Personal Statement

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Innovative designer, Creative thinker. Strong presentation skills.

1 Design Week Project – Innovative Kitchen Gadget Multi-functional, easy clean potato masher 2 Final Year Design Practice - Osiris CAD Model of Osiris made using Creo and rendered using KeyShot and photoshop.

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JOE COOKE

BSc Product Design & Technology + DPS

joecooke4@gmail.com

laura.coppeard@gmail.com

+44 (0) 7826 842327

+44 (0) 7890 540813

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Major Project

Experience

2011/12 – Unilever, Manufacturing Technologist

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A user-centred redesign of the white cane for the blind, moving the design into the twenty-first century.

Dissertation

Can fast moving consumer goods packaging design influence sustainable user behaviour?

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Major Project

Doppel - A refill system for shower soap products that helps to reduce packaging waste.

LAURA COPPEARD

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

Dissertation

An investigation into the importance of touch for online apparel sales.

1 MO – Electric Cable Helper A widget designed for promotional giveaways from Flymo.

Experience

2 Doppel – Concept Sketches Development sketchwork of internal components, external form and split lines.

2011/12 - Webb deVlam, Junior designer 2009/11 - Fruto del Espiritu, Freelance designer

3 Doppel – Major Project Doppel mixes concentrated soap with filtered water in one pump of the handle, dispensing into the user’s hand.

Awards

2013 - Creative Student Award

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1 Scope - Major Project A compact, easy to use system involving a telescopic twist locking mechanism and storage to shield the user’s hands and possessions from dirt on the cane’s tip. 2 Scope - Major Project Sketches and Photoshop renders of handle customisation options and LED illumination for increased road safety at night.

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e.couldwell@gmail.com

EDWARD COULDWELL

djdancox@hotmail.co.uk

http://ecouldwell.wix.com/start

BA Industrial Design and Technology

BA Industrial Design and Technology

+44 (0) 7966 351354

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2

Major Project

Dissertation 1 Foldaway Bicycle Helmet CAD Render- collapsing bike helmet.

An investigation into the emotional and behavioral responses to artificial lighting at work.

2012 - Design2Market: Product Designer 2006 - William Blake Reay Ltd. : Packaging Design.

2 Foldaway Bicycle Helmet Concept A bike helmet for commuters that can collapse for easy storage upon arrival at a destination.

Experience

Personal Statement

3 Coralla Work Station A workplace solution to create a more ambient and relaxing working environment with the use of mood lighting.

Experience

For me, real satisfaction and excitement lies in the journey from an idea or thought, to a physical product.

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A collapsible portable booth stand for mobile DJ’s featuring lighting and adjustable size.

Dissertation

Formula One Motor Racing And Its Impact Upon The Design Of Road Cars.

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Major Project

Collapsible Bicycle Helmet.

- Amusement Ride Lighting Design - Fairground Model Making - Bournside School Design Award

1 Mobile DJ Booth Expanding mechanism allows for varied set-up sizes. 2 Mobile DJ Booth Easy to erect DJ equipment stand, fronted with LED lighting panels. 3 Wild West Scalextric Modernising Scalextric with the introduction of interactive scenery. 4 Wild West Scalextic Interact with trackside objects. Shoot them with the InfraRed gun!

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DANIEL COX

+44 (0) 7970 896575

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STEPHEN COX

BSc Product Design and Technology

stephencox21@gmail.com

al_craig@hotmail.com

www.scoxdesign.com

+44 (0) 7796 442379

+44 (0) 7921 865059

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2

Major Project

Investigation into how technology and material innovations have influenced the design and safety of ski boots & bindings.

Sona – A rail mounted resonance system providing quality sound for all marine vessels.

Dissertation

1 Reverse Engineered Shaver Redesigned men’s electric shaver for rapid prototyping using complex surface modeling techniques.

How have changes in manufacturing technologies, processes and trends had an impact on the economics of manufacturing SME’s throughout the UK?

2 Medii – Medicine Regulator Medical device which controls doses and optimises medicine use in a variety of forms whilst preventing overdosing.

Experience 2011/12 – Princess Yachts Intl, D&M Designer

3 Major Project Portable piano with increased performance for learning without compromising the amount of functionality available.

1 Roll Point Allows you to take your wrap, on the go, so you can have it at your convenience using a new innovative heating method. 2 Sona – Part Configuration Exploded view highlighting integral components and casings in order to meet the demands of commercial manufacture. 3 Sona Marine grade rail mounted resonance system.

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Major Project

Compact, folding MIDI piano to give musicians a very functional and more portable device to aid learning and performing the piano.

Dissertation

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ALASTAIR JAMIE CRAIG

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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aaron.a.dcosta@gmail.com +44 (0) 7912 770540

AARON D’COSTA

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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FILLER PAGE Andre Custodio removed

Major Project

2

A modular acoustic percussion instrument for both individual and social performances, at home or at live venues. Additionally, modular drum tabs detach from the main structure, for a concise/multiple user playing experience.

Dissertation

‘Does Education stifle Creativity and can it be taught, particularly in Design?’– An investigation into the stifling effects the current design curriculum and education system has on the creativity of students’ design ideas.

Personal Statement

A focused and creative individual with a broad skill set, including proficient sketching and CAD abilities with a professional attitude to work.

Experience

2011/12 – Redd Europe Ltd. – Junior Creative Designer 2007/09 – Arkwright Scholarship for Engineering and Design (Sponsored by the National Grid).

1 Final Year Design Practice - TriBeat A modular acoustic percussion instrument for both individual and social performances, at home or at live venues. 2 Design Week – Twist-T Twist-T is a novel loose leaf tea spinner, with a universal fitting and pullback motor to infuse flavour in moments.

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daniel.devereux@owl-cottage.co.uk

stevenden@sky.com

STEVEN DENNIS

BSc Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

uk.linkedin.com/in/ddevereux/

+44 (0) 7921 626756

+44 (0) 7868 265413

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2

Major Project

The influence of technology and innovation on sport performance in athletics.

Experience

2011/12 – Aegis Shoes Ltd. 2012 – ShakeAway Worldwide Ltd.

Casual cycling garment incorporating removable, wearable circuitry and electro-luminescent wire to increase the conspicuity of student and/or commuter cyclists.

Dissertation

1 MiTab A personal handheld customization device for your home environment. 2 P.E.M Eco Monitor A morphing personal energy monitor that provokes an emotional response through anthropomorphic characteristics. 3 Chameleon by Ninety – Major Project Design development and Photoshop visualization.

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Major Project

Varying stability footwear with live weight distribution response. A modular heel and an interactive insole element provide feedback on weight lifting technique.

Dissertation

1

DAN DEVEREUX

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

The Design for Moulding of Sub-Sea Electrical Connector Parts; ensuring process capability from preliminary part design.

Experience

2011/12 – Manufacturing Engineering Internship at Diamould, a Schlumberger company. Experience in value engineering, lean process, mould tooling, assembly & test.

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1 BikeNav Handmade model of a conceptual socially networked sat-nav for cyclists. 2 CAD Modelling in Pro/Engineer Small audio amplifier reverse engineered to practise solid modeling techniques. 3 Electro-Mechanical Can Crusher A concept for a semi-autonomously operated can crusher for which a mechanical analysis was conducted. 4 Wireless Slot-Car Controller An F1 style steering wheel controller for HO scale slot racing cars.

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h.dewe.mathews@gmail.com

HENRY DEWE-MATHEWS

danieldobson9@gmail.com

+44 (0) 7766 017378

BSc Product Design and Technology

www.be.net/danieldobsondesign +44 (0) 7704 837412

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79 x 68mm

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Major Project

Personal Statement

A product that illuminates to warn the user their domestic noise is too loud for other occupants.

Dissertation

1 Major Project CAD render of domestic noise warning product, FYDP.

Personal Statement

2 Reverse Engineered Multi-tool Key-shot render of reverse engineered multi-tool, built using Creo 2.

Is the user over-looked in packaging design?

A technical mind paralleled to a creative side makes product design a natural career choice.

Studying at Loughborough University has opened me up to other areas of design that I would like to develop further in the next few years.

Major Project

‘FestiSled’ is a compact and portable method of allowing loads of up to 100kg to be easily and quickly carried across Festival campsites, reducing the usual hassle of having to carry equipment long and tiresome distances.

3 Personal Scuba Diving Aid Aesthetic model of proposed underwater electronic diving aid.

Dissertation

4 Slot Car Re-design CAD render of modernized slot car design.

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DANIEL DOBSON

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

An investigation into the graphic designers role in influencing brand and product success.

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Experience

2011/12 - OneIsMore, Creative Design Agency, London 2009/11 - Emma Bridgewater, Fulham, London 2009 - Clive Chapman Architects, Twickenham 1 OKLU Ingredient Dispenser Project carried out in response to a brief requiring a new and innovative kitchen gadget. Concept proposal combines the storing of fresh ingredients along with a way of measuring, dispensing and crushing these ingredients, combined into a set of user friendly magnetic dispensers designed to replace existing spice jars. 2 FestiSled, Final Year Project Render of mechanical prototype alongside sketch-work of final year project, a compact, easy and lightweight method of transporting heavy loads across festival campsites.

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oliverwsdraper@gmail.com

ben.benlee.lee@googlemail.com

BEN DOUGLASS - LEE

http://www.coroflot.com/oliverdraper

+44 (0) 7794 966553

BA Industrial Design and Technology

+44 (0) 7753 254604

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2

Major Project

Redesign of a Strength and Conditioning Sledge.

Dissertation

How the psychological effects of protective equipment in rugby union is greater than the physical effects.

Personal Statement

A hard working an enthusiastic designer. Loughborough Design school has given me the opportunity to develop my skills and understanding of the design industry, which I wish to take onwards in a career of sports design products.

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Major Project

OLIVER DRAPER

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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3

Wavegen; a watersport buoyancy aid with an integrated radio, allowing communication at distance in a watersport lesson. Bone conduction technology allows the user to hear the instructor and their environment.

Dissertation

Reviewing surface watersport wetsuit design from their creation in 1952, analysing the evolution to current designs.

Experience

2012 – Work Experience at Linley Head Office 2011/12 – Junior Designer at Artform International Ltd. 2011 – Graphic designer at Paradigm Threads Co.

1 Major Project: Radio components of Wavegen. The electronic parts that fit into the buoyancy aid: radio, push talk button & bone conduction headset.

1 Strength and Conditioning Sledge A redesign of a common strength and conditioning sledge with improved ergonomic and aesthetic features. 2 Portable Food Grill A food grill designed with desert environment in mind including storage compartments and eco fuel.

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2 Major Project: Development Sketches A Photoshop render of the buoyancy aid in use, alongside concept generation and development sketches. 3 RSA project: Glucose Tracker A diabetic blood glucose monitor incorporated into a phone case, results upload straight into the phone. Also reduces the need to carry separate devices and test strips.

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joshdryden91@gmail.com

JOSH DRYDEN

george.elliott@hotmail.com

+44 (0) 7864 180400

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

+44 (0) 7805 375836

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2

Major Project

A domestic, user friendly fire suppressant device that automatically transforms from a lamp to a fire extinguisher in the event of an emergency.

Dissertation

A study into people’s emotional responses towards branded products, with a particular focus on desirability.

Experience

2011/12 - Packaging & Dispense Technician at Diageo 2011 - Student Associates Scheme 2010 - Freelance Graphic Design

Awards

2013 – James Dyson Foundation Bursary 2013 – Creative Student Award

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Major Project

GEORGE ELLIOTT

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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3

Nuclean is a compact motorised hard surface scrubber, solving problems faced by cleaners when tackling difficult to access vicinities. The product can be used both hand held and upon a fully adjustable telescopic wand.

Dissertation

An investigation into the benefits rapid prototyping provides designers and how opinions differ on its importance.

Experience

2011/12 - Numatic International 2009 - Cronite Castings Ltd 2008 - Omlet Ltd 2006/13 - Elliott Engineering

1 Design Week : “chop ‘n steam” An intuitive kitchen greywater recycling system for suburban homeowners to encourage water conservation.

1 Major Project - Extinguish Extinguish: Renders and sketch development of extinguisher, reload mechanism and docking station. 2 Industrial Design Studies - Hydro Botanicus Water metering plant pot that utilizes interactive botanical technology to turn plants into gesture controlled interfaces to help encourage sustainable water consumption.

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2 Major Project Double tiered and dual purpose chopping board and steaming unit designed to enhance and streamline the food preparation experience, increasing efficiency and encouraging healthy eating. 3 Major Project Product touch points: telescopic wand adjustment, overmoulded handle grip and inclusion of magnetic colour coded fascias, limiting risk of cross contamination.

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rupertelliston@gmail.com me@hotmail.com

MY NAMEELLISTON RUPERT

BSc Product (Hons) Industrial Design and Design Technology and Technology + DPS + DPS

http://be.net/RupertElliston www.mywebsite.com

‘PapBo’ turns waste paper into a cheap alternative material for home 3D printers. The build material is strong and easily reusable once the printed product is no longer needed.

Dissertation

The feasibilities and limitations of 3D Printing becoming ‘The Home factory’.

Experience

2011/12 - Bristan Ltd., Design Engineer

www.thomaselsmore.co.uk

+44 (0) 7919 1234567890 554777

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Major Project

thomas@elsmore.com +44 (0) 7789 680634

2

Major Project

1 Close Up Render of PapBo’s Controls PapBo prepares then extrudes a paper paste into a 3D printer, as an alternative to plastics such as ABS or PLA.

Dissertation

‘Lux’ is an exciting new hybrid solar lighting system that allows products to utilise direct sunlight, from a solar concentrator and fibre optic network, for illumination.

Home Lighting, an investigation into consumer behaviours and habits with lighting in UK households with the aim of identifying outlines for designers to reduce consumption.

2 Electronics / Mechanics Final Year Group Project Within a group of 3, we were tasked to design and test a fully functioning electro-mechanical can crusher.

Experience

3 Siku - Pill Dispenser, Biometrics and RFID Labels Controlled Siku prevents the abuse of prescription medication by giving remote control to guardians of when pills can be dispensed.

2012 - Elsmore Design - Architecture Consultant | Director 2011 - HJC Design Ltd. - Product Designer 2008/11 - Darwin Developments

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Awards

2013 - James Dyson Foundation Bursary 2013 - Loughborough University Creative Student Award

Thomas Elsmore

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

Awards

2013 - James Dyson Foundation Bursary 2013 - Reckitt and Benckiser Design Week IP Retained 2008 - Young Engineers - Best Design and Innovation SE

1 Pinewood Care Home - Darwin Developments Four storey eco-conscious Care Home designed to contrast, yet complement, the existing Victorian Manor on site. The project successfully gained planning permission. 2 Major Project - Lux An universal solar socket and task lamp that creates a new market of products that utilise daylight, reducing energy consumption.

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khashayarfaiz@gmail.com

paul_endacott1104@hotmail.com

PAUL ENDACOTT

BA Industrial Design and Technology

+44 (0) 7856 906668

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KHASHAYAR FAIZ

www.coroflot.com/khash

+44 (0) 7796 172775

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

2

Major Project

An innovative ice cream maker which allows users to instantly make fresh, homemade ice cream on demand, using dry ice as a freezing agent.

Dissertation

To what extent should performance enhancing swimsuit technology be allowed to infiltrate competitive swimming?

Experience

2011/12 - Dynamic Merchandise Ltd., Junior Product Designer

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Major Project

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3

An easy-to-maintain, high-end toaster with a premium look which can automatically adjust settings via scanning barcodes on bread bags and also can dispense topping on the toasted breads which are released from the bottom.

Dissertation

An investigation on the use of the ‘golden ratio’ in the making of aesthetically pleasing forms and shapes.

Experience

2011/12 - Entekhab Industrial Group, Industrial Designer

Awards

2011 - Silver Award Winner, POPAI Student Design Award

1 Petal Air Freshener Solar powered sustainable redesign of existing ‘plug-in’ air fresheners. Creating desirability through form and function. 2 Scalextric Air Futuristic cars float above the track using magnetic levitation. Redesigned controllers provide added game-play features. 3 Major Project - Rapid Ice Cream Maker Visual communication rendering of the rapid domestic ice cream maker.

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1 Mouse CAD Modelling With a range of sketches. 2 onCloud A portable gaming console based on ‘cloud gaming’ (online streaming) which enhances user’s gaming experience. 3 Mitra A premium toaster which provides more convenience and a better user experience.

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RYAN FINNIGAN

BA Industrial Design and Technology

r_finnigan@hotmail.com

alex.dominic.fisher@gmail.com

www.ryanfinnigan.co.uk

+44 (0) 7511 466869

+44 (0) 7792 648218

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2

Major Project

Thermal coffee mug & alarm clock. Alarm goes off & internal heat element boils the water as coffee & sugar are released.

Dissertation

The development of social communication through social media over the last 10 years.

Experience

2012 - Summer Placement in USA, Graphic Designer for GPS Boston. 2008/10 - Full time job Design Eng. at MAHLE Automotive.

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Major Project

ALEX FISHER

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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3

‘Jack The Lamp’ is an affordable, flat pack task light, aimed at people with transient lifestyles such as students and young professionals. ‘Jack’ packs away into a convenient, portable format for easy transportation.

Dissertation

To what extent does customisation improve consumer product attachment?

Experience

2011/12 - Artform International - Experience in the POS industry, working with clients to achieve stylish, cost effective merchandise units for the retail environment. 2009 - Internship at Mike Hill Graphic Design Studio.

1 Design Development through Sketching and Modeling. Considering aspects of the lamp design such as: styling, functionality, ergonomics, manufacturing costs, and sustainability to ensure the product has commercial potential. 1 Thermal Coffee Mug & Alarm Clock All those who require that caffeine fix in the morning. Alarm goes off, water boils & coffee gets made. 2 Portable Cooking & Dinning Set An induction based cooking unit to be powered from a car charger that comes with dinning capabilities. 3 Space Maximizing Chair A contemporary piece of furniture for those living in homes where space is at a premium.

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2 Packaging Prototype for Jack The Lamp. Considering aspects of the lamp design such as: styling, functionality, ergonomics, manufacturing costs, and sustainability to ensure the product has commercial potential. 3 Jack The Lamp - Keyshot Rendering & Photoshop Editing. One stage of the assembly process involves the fastening of the on/off switch with a felt & leather strap, allowing for the separation of components for recycling at the end of Jack’s life.

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charlie_flemons@msn.com

CHARLIE FLEMONS

alunfreem@Googlemail.com

+44 (0) 7813 301224

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

1

+44 (0) 7858 972743

2

Major Project

2

Major Project

A water filtration and transportation device for people living in developing countries.

An extreme sports filming aid for amateur videographers which encourages creative filming.

Dissertation

An exploration into how packaging design and trends have changed from 1945 to present day.

Experience

2013 - Media & Publicity Team 2011/12 - Benson Box Packaging 2011/12 - Jewellery Silversmith

Dissertation

1 Quench A water filtration and transportation device.

How does computer-aided design (CAD) inhibit or advance creativity in concept generation?

2 Concept Generation A sample of sketch work.

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2 Bicycle Lock & Alarm. Bicycle lights that are also a bicycle lock with an audible alarm to help improve the safety of the rider and the bicycle.

Personal Statement

3 Extreme Sports Filming Rig. A rig designed for use by amateur extreme sports videographers which encourages creativity.

I like to design and produce equipment for outdoor sports in my own time.

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1 Electronic Climbing GVuide Lightweight and rugged electronic guide book specifically designed for rock climbers.

Experience

2011/12 - Binatone, Industrial Designer

3 PlastEASE Colour change plasters that can be applied single handedly. 4 Sink Bubble A refillable solution to bottled washing up liquid.

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ALUN FREEM

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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Sam.Friskney@gmail.com

SAM FRISKNEY

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

A.Gallaher.Design@Gmail.com

+44 (0) 7816 940729

www.behance.net/GallaherDesign +44 (0) 7930 427993

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2

Major Project

Phase - Elite Rowing Training Aid. Records data on an oarsman’s performance in the boat with a retrofit system that displays clear feedback to the user.

Dissertation

Dissertation

How the use of high tech materials has advanced tennis racket design over the last 50 years.

2011/12 - Disruptive Innovation Design Consultancy, Leeds, Product Designer

Awards

2009 - Sainsbury’s Award for D&T

1 Smartphone Journal App Record and discretely share information on attractions with friends. 2 Design Week Project Holder to carry and prepare tortilla wraps ‘on the go’. 3 Major Project An iron for Osteoarthritis sufferers to facilitate pressing clothes.

Alistair Gallaher

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

2

Awards

2006 - Mclaren Racing Technology Centre

A study into the need for design improvements in public transport systems for the visually impaired.

1 Scalextrics - Pitstop Portable easy-assemble modular play set with leader board app. Car chassis redesigned to pop off in collisions.

Experience

2 Oyster - public transport aid for the visually impaired Oyster - public transport aid for the visually impaired.

2011/2012 - V2 Studios (Design consultancy) 2011/2012 - Vitamin, A Life Less Ordinary (Design Brand) 2008/2009 - Inside DB & Squarefoot Magazines

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Major Project

Reducing discomfort but increasing the convenience of ironing for Osteoarthritis sufferers.

Experience

3 Phase - Elite Rowing Training Aid Stroke length and output force exerted are measured by a pair of load cells and a draw wire transducer.

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tomgantzer@gmail.com

m.a.gamwell@gmail.com

Mark Gamwell

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

BA Industrial Design and Technology

+44 (0) 7791 508046

1

Major Project

1

2

Major Project

Ionex: A user centred Iontophoresis machine to treat excessive sweating in the hands and feet, caused by Hyperhidrosis

SkateBoy: A skateboard device which detects successful tricks and logs achievements to a user profile.

Dissertation

The evolution of Rapid Prototyping into Rapid Manufacture and does this represent a new Industrial Revolution?

Experience

2012 - Engineering Education Scheme 2011/12 - Cressall Resistors, Design Engineer

1 Ionex A user centred design focused on comfort and support during treatment, with special consideration for low batch production. 2 CAD/CAMM – Hand Drill Reversed engineered in PTC Creo using advance surface modeling, redesigned for additive manufacturing.

Dissertation

How is Gamification changing the way people use products and services, and how might this develop in the future?

Experience

2012 – General Electric: UI Designer 2012 – Jam Tree: Junior Web Designer 2011 – Paradigm Threads Co: Designer

3 Crackshot A coaching aid for target rifle shooters, at a beginner to intermediate skill level. Records the fall of shot and provides sight corrections in real time.

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Tom Gantzer

www.tomgantzer.com

www.mark-a-gamwell-design.com

1 Luxury Outdoor Cooking Device A design for a portable, outdoor cooking device. 2 Coffee Shop Smartphone App UI design for a smartphone app which allowed NFC payments. 3 SkateBoy Session Tracker A small trick detection device that attaches to a skateboard.

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Siegfried.gray@gmail.com

Daniel.j.gayle@gmail.com

Daniel Gayle

+44 (0) 7702 130688

www.coroflot.com/daniel_gayle

BA Industrial Design and Technology

+44 (0) 7767 447835

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2

Major Project

An investigation into the impact technology has on the design of world class footballs.

Experience

2011 - Project Manager, Inn Gear LTD.

A smart phone accessory, coupled with an App, designed to dispense the oral contraceptive pill and encourage perfect use. 1 Concept Development Sketches Sleek musical ‘tweeter horn’ designed to bring high quality sound to large open spaces.

Dissertation

Investigating the nature of emotional attachments to smartphone technology.

2 CAD/CAMM – Creo Parametric Reverse engineered power drill - Modified for additive manufacturing to enhance aesthetics and enable user customization.

Experience

2012 – Graphic Designer for Charles Perrett Property 2011/12 – Junior Designer at Jam Tree ltd

3 Skill Shell Training Markers Electronic football markers designed to make solo training more interactive to encourage longer periods of concentration.

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Major Project

Skill Shell: Portable football markers that enhance the solo training experience by providing users with interactive responses.

Dissertation

1

Ziggy Gray

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

1 Major Project: Luna – Packaging Design Prototype packaging design for the case and bumper designed to fit to the user’s phone. 2 Major Project: Luna – App Design Screen shots taken from the prototype app designed to be used in conjunction with the physical product. 3 Major Project: Luna – Physical Prototypes A smartphone with the bumper fitted to which the pill case can magnetically attach. The case can be uniquely customised.

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m.j.greatbatch@gmail.com

Matt Greatbatch

+44 (0) 7584 168753

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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em_grem@hotmail.co.uk

Emily Ruth Greenhalgh

+44 (0) 7597 439416

2

Major Project

‘Mow’ is a compact and efficient lawnmower for small urban gardens, which requires little storage space. Achieved through an efficient use of parts and innovative space saving design, enabling users to enjoy their garden.

Dissertation

An investigation to identify the most effective ecodesign tools for use by undergraduate design student, in order to improve the sustainability of design work.

Experience

2011/2012 - Artform International, Development Designer

BSc Product Design & Technology + DPS

1

Major Project

2

A new attachment to manual wheelchairs, allowing parents with disabilities the freedom and independence to carry their child around with them safely.

Dissertation

An investigation into ICT advancements and toy design, considering their effects on the development of young children and the impact on society in the future.

Experience

2011/12 - SIMTech, PID, Singapore 2011 - Work Shadow Scheme, Atkinson Design, Leicester 2011 - Student Associate Scheme 2010/11 - Chair of the Design School Student Committee

Awards

2013 - Dyson Foundation Award Bursary 2013 - Loughborough University Employability Award 2011 - Design School Outstanding Student Award 1 Mow – Major Project ‘Mow’ folds down for compact storage and easy transportation, and can be stored in innovative ways such as hanging on a wall. 2 Eat. – Hot food for outdoor workers ‘Eat’ heats pre-cooked food for people working outdoors with no access to cooking facilities, providing hot and nutritious food to be enjoyed by users anywhere. 3 Mow – Major Project ‘Mow’ is a compactable lawn mower for small urban garden owners that want to enjoy their garden but do not have the storage space for a conventional lawnmower.

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1 Final Year Major Project A clamping and lever mechanism is used to lift the wheelchair castor wheels, providing easy mobility for the user with adjustable positioning of the child seat for easy reach to your child. 2 Final Year Design Week Project New proposed product range to encourage working people to eat healthy homemade food on the go, without the need for other facilities that would restrict choices.

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Greg Hale

BSc Product Design and Technology

g808hale@gmail.com

lahalsey11@gmail.com

www.behance.com/greggless

+44 (0) 7972 033519

+44 (0) 7581 787775

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2

Major Project

Major Project

A drawing table for children that encourages the use of traditional drawing media yet can instantly be shared to a parent’s smart device.

Dissertation

How are traditional methods of DJing and emerging technologies impacting on the design of DJ products?

Experience

2012 - Engineering Education Scheme

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A portable measuring unit allowing school nurses and other mobile health professionals to take a child’s height and weight, and provide a Body Mass Index (BMI) in one simple process.

1 ScRoll Bridging the gap between traditional and digital creativity in youngsters.

Liam Halsey

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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3

Dissertation

2 The O2 Pocket. The ‘pocket’ is aimed at creating an emotional connection between the user and their smart device through the use of nostalgia and memories.

An investigation into the recognition of adult brands through the eyes of a child.

Experience

2011/12 - Benson Group, Student Designer

3 Praesidio This high end product is an executive quality hand sanitizer to deal with the problems caused by increasing urban populations.

3 1 Sustainable Design: Food Waste Monitor Using RFID technology, the monitor records ‘use by’ dates of food products and alerts the user when it is approaching, helping to reduce the amount of food wasted in the home. 2 Design Practice: TIG Presentation model - A device that uses GPS to provide direct and useful information to travelers about new countries and cities they are visiting. 3 Major Project: Metrum Provides school nurses and health visitors with an accurate, efficient and simple process of taking important measurements to assess childrens’ growth.

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Thomas Hamilton

+44 (0) 7521 739850

+44 (0) 7577 477754

1

Zebro - An emergency trauma splint for mountain rescue teams that is highly adaptive, lightweight and strong.

www.behance.net/dharpo

www.thomas-hamilton.co.uk

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

Major Project

daleharper@gmx.com

tomhamilton5@hotmail.co.uk

2

Experience

2012 - 5or6 Design and Marketing

Awards Finalist in the Innovation in Plastics Competition 2013

2

An SOS device for injured or lost walkers that utilises multiple forms of communication to help locate victims more quickly.

I am a highly driven and professional designer with strengths in problem solving and intuition.

Dissertation

Is creating a brand a worthwhile investment for companies?

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Major Project

Personal Statement

Dale Harper

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

Dissertation 1 RSA Brief – Valuing Water Transforming basin and faucet that encourages water preservation. 2 Food on the Go A lunchbox design that makes lunchtime easy and enjoyable.

An investigation into the frameworks, tools and methodologies available to designers that help to improve consumers’ emotional connections with products and why such approaches are important.

Experience

2011/12 - Binatone, Industrial Designer

3 Żebro An emergency leg trauma splint for remote rescue and retrieval.

Personal Statement

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I’m a highly inquisitive and creative individual, interested in multiple aspects of design, in particular aesthetic and emotional product design.

1 Vivo - Major Project ‘Vivo’ uses light and sound and where possible, SMS messaging, to alert fellow walkers and the emergency services when a user is in distress. The device has manual and automatic modes, using accelerometers, meaning users can call for help when incapacitated. 2 Portable Outdoor Food Preparation Device The device slowly cooks and insulates food using aerogel to minimise energy useage, giving campers wholesome, tasty meals, with minimal effort.

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jonathanmcharris@gmail.com

JONNY HARRIS

+44 (0) 7877 708525

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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Experience

Hockey Keeping Aid that emulates temporal cues exhibited by a striker during a game. This is achieved through the recognition of the stick angle and elevation of the shot.

2012 – CAD Operator at MDM Props

Dissertation

1 Marker Rendered Sketches Photograph of quick thumbnail sketches to marker rendered proposals of cameras using Sketchbook Pro and marker pens.

Personal Statement

An intrepid designer who is excited by all aspects of the design process, especially the research and concept development phases.

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BA Industrial Design and Technology

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Major Project

Hybrid Utility Barbecue (The HUB), a portable, durable and versatile barbecue system.

Dissertation

Digital development: The impact of additive manufacturing on the conceptual design stage.

Experience

2 Reactive Bike Light Uses an accelerometer and motion sensors to communicate a cyclist’s intentions to drivers, alleviating unnecessary tension.

2010/2012 – Freelance Designer

3 Final Year Design Practice Form development with digital mediums of various concepts alongside a rendering of the final design using Keyshot 3 rendering.

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Rich Henderson

+44 (0) 7717 258796

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Major Project

Does packaging that is out of the norm or more eccentric generate greater consumer attention and ultimately increase purchases?

richardhenderson1989@hotmail.co.uk

1 Injection Mould Ski Pole Clip Designed and manufactured an injection mould to mass produce a clip. 2 Portable Food Heater A portable food container, able to heat contents on demand. 3 HUB (Hybrid Utility Barbecue) Flexible barbecue system, utilising gas, coal or wood as a fuel.

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Daniel Henry

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

dan@danhenrydesign.co.uk

vivienhernandez@gmail.com

www.danhenrydesign.co.uk

+44 (0) 7956 605010

+44 (0) 7783 080644

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Major Project

A modern unisex helmet for the UK police force, incorporating advanced lightweight protection, through the use of D3O impact protection, and improving practicality.

Dissertation

3D Printing in the Household – The Opportunities, Challenges and Other Possibilities

Personal Statement

An energetic, ambitious, and hard-working individual with proven ability to deliver projects to tight timescales.

Vivien Hernandez

BSc Product Design and Technology

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Major Project

1 Global - Virtual Conferencing Device A conceptual design for the future workplace, providing virtual conferences that create memorable experiences.

Dissertation

2011/12 – Boots UK 2011 – Students Associate Scheme

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Tooth Tracker: An interactive children’s tooth brushing aid. This product instructs where the child should brush and by tracking where is being brushed then provides feedback on which teeth require more attention.

The Mobile Phone Design Evolution: What it was, what it is now and where its heading. An investigation into phone design since 2000 and what current trends & technological advancements suggest future mobile phones will be like.

2 Adapt - All-In-One Spoon and Tong Utensil Designed for the modern kitchen where efficiency and ease are essential, developed in a week long design task. 3 Pharos - Modern Unisex Police Helmet CAD Render and concept development sketches of Pharos.

Awards

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2008 - BA Gold Crest Award Awarded for an Engineering Education Scheme project: Hospital design which allows for natural ventilation

Personal Statement

At the forefront of my design work is the desire to create products which enhance the users’ experience. The intent is to produce items which people will enjoy using.

1 Memo-Man - Injection Mould Tool and Plastic Widget Let him take a load off your mind! An Injection mould tool design including the inserts required to produce the Memo-Man widget. The widget holds sticky notes and a pen. 2 Tooth Tracker - Major Project A product to help children maintain good dental hygiene by making it an enjoyable experience, whilst being able to detect the efficiency of their tooth brushing.

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MY NAME Liam Higton-Shirt

BScIndustrial BA (Hons) Industrial Design and Design Technology and Technology + DPS + DPS

liamhigton-shirt@hotmail.com me@hotmail.com

info@nicolahinton.co.uk

goo.gl/HdhGp www.mywebsite.com

www.nicolahinton.co.uk

+44 (0) 7403 275904 1234567890

+44 (0) 7896 016088

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Nicola Hinton

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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Major Project

Major Project

Dissertation

Dissertation

An “all in one” black coffee maker, uniquely designed to produce the quickest, freshest and tastiest black coffee. This is achieved by directly grinding and infusing coffee beans, via an innovative, reversible silicone infuser, providing fast and easy cleaning.

Factors influencing purchasing decisions of kitchenware products.

Experience

2008/9 - Gripple Ltd - Design and Innovation Department 2011/12 - Reckitt Benckiser – New Technologies Dept.

Personal Statement

I’m an enthusiastic designer striving for innovation and achieving it with creative unconventional thinking, whilst ensuring feasibility, simplicity and the users’ experience. I have design experience in several markets and across multiple power brands.

1 The Grind – Snapshot of the development and the final solution. Through research, testing and design development the grind was made to make amazing coffee, in a unique and interactive way. Embodying the coffee culture, whilst helping anyone make great coffee anywhere! 2 CAD Models and Scand Reverse modelling of the Nintendo Wii Nunchuck and Philips Shaver using Pro Engineer, Solidworks and Keyshot. Along with Scand, a hand held large area scanner.Shaver. Along with Scand, a hand held large area scanner.

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“Milki”- An “on-the-go” baby bottle system for bottle fed babies. For parents who lead busy lifestyles. This bottle includes UVC to sterilize, a heater to warm up, and powder container within the lid. LED user feedback tells you when it’s ready to go.

Discussing the increase in helmet wear in snow sports and its potential to translate to climbing and mountaineering.

Personal Statement

Optimistic and full of new ideas, I enjoy challenging the way things are done to improve them for the future.

Experience

2012/13 - Boots, Packaging Technologist

1 Milki bottle and base Ergonomic, easy to hold bottle shape, with clear user feedback in the LED strip in the base, and a simple 2 button interface for UV and heat. 2 Milki formula container and lid This combination of teat cover and formula container has magnetic strips to attach it to the teat ring, and to keep the lid on the container. The flexible bung can be rotated to the section needed. 3 Milki CAD render Shows the thermal cover over the bottle which will help the milk retain its heat once it reaches 37 degrees centigrade.

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daniellehoulden@hotmail.co.uk

Danielle Houlden

k.d.c.hudson@gmail.com

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Major Project

A food preparation device suited for one handed use, with the emphasis on quick food for the family.

Personal Statement

Medical respiratory protection for use during influenza pandemics.

Dissertation

How has computer technology benefitted Design and Technology within the compulsory education system?

2010/11 - Experience: 2010 3Di Design Consultancy

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Major Project

I have a passion for inclusive design, wanting to ensure that everyone can benefit from new products and ensuring that no-one is designed out.

Dissertation

Experience

The importance of early phase concept iteration and influencing factors within the consultancy environment.

Experience

1 Self service checkout An ergonomic re-design of a self service checkout, tested and evaluated through the use of SAMMIE.

2011/12 - Designer, Design Reality 2010 - Electronic Design Intern, Qioptiq

2 Scuba-Do A scuba diving aid that allows the user to re-live the scuba diving experience.

1 Concept development sketches Quick concept generation through the use of hand sketches, Sketchbook Pro and Photoshop rendering. 2 Final Year Design Practice CAD development, 3Ds Max rendering and finalised in Photoshop.

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Kyle Dane Hudson

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

BA Industrial Design and Technology

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Ross Ingleson

BSc Product Design Technology

rossingleson@live.com

ben.j.jackson@hotmail.co.uk

+44 (0) 7554 007821

+44 (0) 7959 436 803

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Major Project

Atlas, a travel security device that secures personal, high value items against opportunist theft

Dissertation

Dissertation

To what extent can mobile applications assist the design process?

2012 - Queenswood Puzzles Ltd. 2011 - Business Enhancement Solutions Ltd. 2011 - Product Design Resolutions Ltd.

Awards

2012 - 1st Prize Loughborough Design Week

What factors enable a brand to become dominant and successful? 1 Highchair Redesign Design Week 1st Prize. Sustainable redesign of a child’s highchair.

Experience

2011/12 - Worked for The Technology Partnership (TTP).

2 Reusable fast food soda cup A sustainable redesign of the fast food soda cup.

1 Final Year Major Project: ATLAS Render of final design accompanied by some development stage sketch work. 2 RSA Project: Social Insurance - making driving safer

A real time in-car feedback display that alerts drivers on their driving performance to encourage safer driving behaviour.

3 Major Project An interactive training aid for the sport of fencing.

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Major Project

An interactive training aid for the sport of fencing.

Experience

Ben Jackson

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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Ross James

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

rcjames91@gmail.com

wjarvis420@gmail.com

+44 (0) 7854730235

+44 (0) 7709 799290

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BSc Design and Technology + DPS

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Major Project

Personal Statement

Major Project

Personal Statement

Dissertation

Dissertation

1 Xplorer A hand held GPS for students travelling on their gap years with built in personal locator beacon if they get into trouble.

1 Design week: Oc-tack The product assists in the preparation and storage of food, on the go.

2 Reverse engineered mouse A computer mouse modeled using surface modeling and redesigned for rapid manufacture so it can be customized.

Experience

2 CAMM: Cordless garden secateurs Reverse engineered secateurs, created within Creo, for additive manufacture.

A way to monitor the fluid intake for people in a care home environment. The cup sends information about how much has been drunk to the care givers, thus reducing the risk of dehydration.

Investigating how virtual prototyping is used in evaluating a new design. Comparing the use of physical and virtual prototypes with in the design process.

Experience 2011/12 - RGK Wheelchairs Ltd.

Motivated designer with experience in industry and a wide skill set to solve problems.

Powered nail clippers to reduce the incidence of repetitive strain injuries in Podiatrists. The clippers are powered by a direct current motor to assist the user.

2011/12 - Bosch Lawn & Garden Ltd. 2005 - Securon

3 Major Project: Powered nail clipper Electronic assistance provided to remove material, in order to reduce RSI.

3 Major Project A cup/mug that measures the amount dunk by a patient and is stored in the pouch for nurses to collect as a digital record.

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Are constraints a help or hindrance to design innovation?

A conscientious problem solver, with valuable experience gained in industry.

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contact@edjonesdesign.co.uk

seanjohnson700@gmail.com

Sean Johnson

www.edjonesdesign.co.uk

+44 (0) 7854 128392

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

+44 (0) 7816 863350

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Major Project

A wearable altitude simulator which creates a separate breathing environment for a user to respire from. Allowing athletes to simulate training at altitude as they please.

Dissertation

The effects CAD based systems have on a designer’s creativity at the conceptual design phase.

Experience

2011/12 - Ambient Pressure Diving /AP Valves - Product design Intern

AWARDS

2013 - James Dyson Foundation Bursary

Edward Jones

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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Major Project

Child’s helmet offering improved fit and comfort to enhance safety in watersport activities.

Dissertation

Key design factors promoting behavioural change when designing products for children.

Experience

2011/12 - Sheffield Forgemasters Int Ltd.

Personal Statement

Committed, creative designer. Client focused and adaptable. Team player with wide skill set.

1 Major Project- Development Concept generation and development explored through hand sketching and digital rendering using Photoshop and Sketchbook Pro. 2 Major Project- Final Design Final design produced using surface modelling techniques in Creo 2 and rendered in Keyshot.

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1 Concept Sketchwork & Food Steamer Sketchwork towards Major Project & A USB powered food steamer designed for healthy eaters ‘On-the-go’ which combines the food transporter, steaming chamber and bowl into one part. 2 Vespire A photographic image demonstrating the way the product is worn and used.

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me@hotmail.com Lucy.kitcher@hotmail.com

Kristianking465@gmail.com me@hotmail.com

MY NAME King Kristian

BScIndustrial BA (Hons) Industrial Design and Design Technology and Technology + DPS + DPS

www.coroflot.com/kristianking www.mywebsite.com

www.mywebsite.com +44 (0) 7757300860

+44 +44 (0) (0) 7870 1234567890 910305

+44 (0) 1234567890

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2

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Awards

Major Project

Dissertation

1 Karbo. A self-heating food and drinks flask When activated the renewable PCM technology keeps food or drinks hot during a mountain biking exploration.

Dissertation

The return of the Nokia mobile phone design evolution

Experience

2011/ 12 - Instinct Laboratory 2011 - Bangkok Burger Co. 2010 - Scanstrut

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Major Project

Munchee; An interactive food tray and a cutlery set that encourages and rewards young fussy children to finish their healthy meal.

LucyMY Kitcher NAME

BSc (Hons) BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

2010 - James Dyson Master Class Winner

N.B. Your images could be on either side so consider bleed

Spritz, an Airbrush Makeup Kit, aimed at young women to allow the application of airbrush make up at home.

How to develop and run a usability workshop: A practical example looking at a Usability Workshop for Design Tools.

2 Hydro; A professional sailing tactic. Sketch concepts, mockups, blue foam modeling and a final appearance model provided consistent design communication. 3 Munchee; Healthy eating for young children. 7 LED stars illuminate as a reward as the weight of the meal falls and the Munchee Monsters encourage healthy eating habits.

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2011/12 - Boots, Packaging Technologist 2012 - Research Assistant, EPSRC Vacation Bursary

1 Spritz Airbrush Stylus Redesigned to be more aesthetically pleasing and ergonomic than a traditional airbrush stylus. 2 Spritz Airbrush Makeup Redesigned to be more aesthetically pleasing and ergonomic than a traditional airbrush stylus. 3 Frozen Yogurt Lolly Stick Injection molded promotional widget to create frozen yogurt lollies 4 Pathway Hand-made model and sketches of an interactive audiobook player

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June3003@hotmail.com me@hotmail.com

contact@oliverjknight.com me@hotmail.com

MY NAME Oliver Knight

BScIndustrial BA (Hons) Industrial Design and Design Technology and Technology + DPS + DPS

www.oliverjknight.com www.mywebsite.com

(00852) 97184765 www.mywebsite.com

+44 (0) 7905 1234567890 374886

+44 (0) 1234567890

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1

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Major Project

Personal Statement

Major Project

Dissertation

1 Outdoor Cooking Device for Expedition Kayaking Rendering of the cooking device with engineering drawings allowing manufacturing design to be considered during the process.

Dissertation

Inclusive Sailing Aid for Novices: Making sailing available for all. Mounted to the mast, wind direction is detected which allows key sailing instructions to be displayed.

A qualitative research study: What reasons contribute to sport and exercise participation for individuals with a disability: Can Industrial Design be a determining factor?

Experience

2011/12 Diam UK – Point of Sale Development Designer. 2008/9 Rolls-Royce – Manufacturing Engineer. 2006 Mira Car Testing Facility – Short term placement

I have a bias towards engineering, design & technology. National & BUCS Track & Field Athlete for Loughborough.

Cura adopts positive conditioning theories to medicate eczema patients. Scratching is detected whilst the user sleeps, causing an alarm to sound to prevent skin damage.

Awards

2013 - James Dyson Foundation Bursary 2009 - Loughborough University, International Scholarship

An Investigation of how branding affect consumer’s demand for luxury products.

2 Reverse engineered Wireless Bluetooth Headset CAD model and rendering of a Bluetooth Headset. Illustrating surface and solid modeling using Creo & Rendering with KeyShot.

Experience

2012 - Debolic, China. Graphic design. 2011 - Adidas, Germany. Product development 2010 - LRF designs, Hong Kong. Interior design 2010 - Rebook, Hong Kong. Product development

3 Navi: An Inclusive Sailing Aid for Novices Final year major project. An exploded view of the prototype device including manufacturing features and internal components.

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June Kimberly MY NAME Lau

BSc (Hons)BSc Industrial Product Design Design and & Technology + DPS

1 Octostir, automatic risotto stir A kitchen gadget used to enhance the process of making a perfect risotto in a fun and easy way. 2 Cura, Eczema monitor Scratching movements are detected in the ring and the base unit will emit a low frequency sound when signals are received.

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MY NAME Lees Jonathan

BScIndustrial BA (Hons) Industrial Design and Design Technology and Technology + DPS + DPS

www.mywebsite.com www.jonathanlees.co.uk

www.mywebsite.com +44 (0) 7969121875

+44 +44(0) (0)1234567890 7748767079

+44 (0) 1234567890

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me@hotmail.com mattnlewis1@gmail.com

me@hotmail.com contact@jonathanlees.co.uk

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Major Project

Dissertation

Dissertation

A counter-top, steam cleaning dishwasher, ergonomically designed to assist arthritis sufferers

2011/12 – Junior Designer at j-me original design

Personal statement

My drive for creativity has enabled me to advance my design abilities and work ethic

Do graduate designers have the entrepreneurial skills to be successful in business? 1 Folio A portable sketch tablet for designers and artists on the go

Experience

2011/2012 - Reckitt Benckiser, Innovation Team Designer

2 Wii Nunchuk Controller A reverse engineering CAD project

N.B. Your images could be on either side so consider bleed

1 Major Project: Sketching and Development Sketch work developing form and component assembly 2 RSA Design Project: Water Lilly Emotionally engaging household water monitor 3 Major Project: Nourish Healthy, steamed nutrition pots, cooked using Induction heating

3 Steam Final CAD images of Final Major Project

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‘Nourish’ is a fast, steamed and nutritious meal pot for busy workers, cooked using induction heating

“An exploration of branding within the food packaging industry and its impacts on consumer behaviours”

Experience

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Major Project

Matthew MY Lewis NAME

BSc (Hons) BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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me@hotmail.com Nathan.a.lyell@gmail.com

naomi_loo@hotmail.co.uk me@hotmail.com

MY NAME Naomi Loo

BScIndustrial BA (Hons) Industrial Design and Design Technology and Technology + DPS + DPS

www.mywebsite.com www.naomiloo.co.uk

www.mywebsite.com +44 (0)7861 894016

+44 (0) 1234567890 7778555552

+44 (0) 1234567890

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Major Project

Dissertation

Dissertation

An investigation on how the usage of smartphones have altered the way we socially interact.

Experience

2011/12 - SukiSuki, Handmade Plush Designer, London.

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79 x 68mm

Major Project

‘Wova’ is a soft Lycra waistband designed to help women relieve menstrual pain using 3 heat settings. Worn around the lower abdomen, the continuous heat can be controlled discreetly via Bluetooth and a smartphone application.

Nathan MY NAME Lyell

BSc (Hons) BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

‘Ryon’ is a user centered heat gun that enables the hand posture to be altered for various scenarios. Along with automatically controlling the heat output to prevent spoiling materials.

N.B. Your images could be on either side so consider bleed

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3D Printing in the Home

Experience

2011 /12 - Junior designer at Haldo Developments Ltd

Personal statement

A user inspired designer whom thrives to solve problems through intuitive and innovative solutions.

1 Rackett An aesthetic prototype model of a portable, touchscreen organiser for racket sports. 2 Design Week 2013 Xpress Burger is a multi-function kitchen product, which allows the user to mix and press homemade burgers quickly and safely. 3 Wova A discreet, waist worn garment to help relieve menstrual pain using heat.

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1 Major project: Ryon CAD model of ‘Ryon’ built in Creo Parametrics and rendered using Keyshot 3. 2 Major project: Ryon Fast and effective hand rendered development sketches of ‘Ryon’. 3 Design week: Infuse ‘Infuse’ is a user friendly marinade injector, designed for intense flavour to permeate meats. Aiming to bring a chef’s cooking technique into the domestic environment.

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j.marshall-10@hotmail.co.uk

brigitem55@googlemail.com

BRIGITE MARQUES

JAMIE MARSHALL

+44 (0) 7549 950613

www.coroflot.com/Brigite

BA Industrial Design and Technology

BA Industrial Design and Technology

+44 (0) 7864 890047

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Major Project

A Portable Solar Charger for small electrical devices using 3D technology. With increased efficiency, aesthetics and user interaction.

Dissertation

An Investigation into whether sustainable design methods could be the future for innovation and success within less developed countries.

Experience

1

Major Project

Visual Impairment Aid to give users more confidence to explore.

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Awards

2009/10 - Chelmsford Engineering Society Certificate Highly Commended

Dissertation

Investigate the life cycle and environmental impacts of flat pack Vs handmade furniture.

Experience

2009/10 – Young Enterprise: Project Leader for Design

1 Visual Impairment Aid A handheld device that guides users to safely walk and cross roads. 2 Shower Aid A shower designed for people with arthritis using motion sensors.

2012 - Xcruza, Buenos Aires Argentina 2011 - Tin Horse Design Ltd., UK 2010 - Design Centre Loughborough University Ergonomic User Centred Research

3 New USB Design Fun and quirky USB aimed at the teenage market.

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1 Bath Sensor Tester Senses and alerts the bath water level and temperature to prevent water overflowing or water wastage. 2 RSA Design Week Health tester using saliva to provide a health test in the home. 3 Major Project – Sol, Portable Solar Charger Portable solar charger for charging small electrical devices to be attached to a bag whilst on the go.

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c.matthews.1000@gmail.com

cjhmason@gmail.com

CHRIS JAMES HUNTER MASON

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Major Project

Multi Layer Harness Based Armoured Backpack for skate commuters with body support.

A light aimed at people with sleep disorders, by using different coloured light at set times of the day.

1 Morgan Style Portable Stove Providing the means to transport, cook and store hot meals on the move.

Dissertation

Increasing abrasion and wear resistance of fabrics through the use of surface treatments, additives and fabric weave.

2 ‘LayerUp’ Skate Commuter Wear Multi layer modular wear for skate commuters with armour and storage.

Personal Statement

3 Triangulate – Photography Aid Providing guidance in photographic exploration for the inexperienced.

I am an Artistic Innovator. Design is my life, my passion. I will free man from monotony.

Dissertation

An investigation into the effects that branding can have on the consumers’ perception of product quality.

Personal Statement

Looking for a position in CAD, as an individual or within a team, to develop my skills further.

4 Mould Tool - Rubber Band Gun Loughborough Design School student ‘freebie’ plastic rubber band gun.

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BA Industrial Design and Technology

+44 (0) 7917 288768

+44 (0) 7787 419103

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COLIN MATTHEWS

http://cargocollective.com/cmatthews

cjhmasoninnovation.tumblr.com

BA Industrial Design & Technology

1 Major Project The light as a wall mounted and portable unit. 2 Reverse Engineering of a Travel Iron Advanced surface modeling in preparation for additive manufacturing. 3 Child’s Highchair A multifunctional highchair to suit the growing child. 4 Portable Outdoor Cooking Device Designed in the style of a well-known car manufacturer.

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amyelizabethmunford@gmail.com

AMY ELIZABETH MUNFORD

www.coroflot.com/amyelizabethmunford

BA Industrial Design and Technology

+44 (0) 7542 390180

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‘GlamPup’ - Glamorous, Dog Grooming and Massaging Device. Strengthening bond between miniature dog breeds and owner, using heated massaging brush with rotational massager. Providing health benefits and a stylish portable accessory.

Dissertation

Goal Line Technology - An evaluation of the potential impact on professional football in the U.K: A study on how stakeholders perceive impacts of its introduction, the effectiveness of technology and realization of club divides.

Experience

2013 - Venue Sales Executive at Gold Key Media 2012/13 - Marketing Creative at Barnet Football Club 2007/09 - Retail Management and Marketing Diploma 2007 - Present - Freelance branding and textile design

1 Stay Slim – Handheld Barcode Scanner Hand held, electronic device, with barcode scanning system for dietary tracking and management, with touch screen app to allow convenient use whilst shopping or dinning out. 2 Stir Crazy – Novelty Food Stirring Kitchen Appliance Designed to rotate within the pan, to allow resourceful use of time whilst cooking, aiming to create a more efficient method of stirring, reducing burnt or stuck food, or inconsistent mix. 3 GlamPup – Glamorous Dog Grooming and Massaging Device A CAD rendering of major project, detailing the interior heated, massaging brush and luxurious external design.

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OLIVER MURPHY

BA Industrial Design & Technology + DPS

info@olivermurphydesign.com

guynewsomdesigns13@gmail.com

www.olivermurphydesign.com

+44 (0) 7717 380446

+44 (0) 7747 722405

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A Light and Waterproof Storage System for urban cyclists that folds completely flat.

2

Personal Statement

Experience

2012 - Colebrook Bosson Saunders. Freelance Graphic Design 2011/12 - W2 Products, London

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‘Clipa’ - A Self-Heating Food and Drinks Flask designed for the specific needs of yacht racing.

Dissertation

An investigation into how creativity and trend forecasting can assist a brand’s success.

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Major Project

Designed products for Pantone, Eames, The National Gallery and Disney whilst at W2 Products.

GUY NEWSOM

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

Dissertation 1 Steam Streamer Communal Iron A steamer/iron that allows commuters to prepare clothing at work.

An investigation to determine whether domestic energy consumption can be reduced through innovative industrial design.

2 Scalextric Battledrome A faster paced game with collectable cars and quick magnetic assembly.

Experience

2013 - Concrete Innovation Consultancy 2012 - Candy Kittens, Graphic Designer 2012 - Vax Ltd, Junior Graphic Designer 2012 - Vax Ltd, Junior Industrial Designer (DPS) 2010 - ABP Medical Animations, Sydney

3 Final Year Project: Velox A versatile and practical storage basket for city cyclists.

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AWARDS

2012 - Gained Sponsorship from Vax Ltd 2012 - Gained Sponsorship from Keyshot 2011 - SAS Teaching Scheme

1 Major Project - ‘Clipa’ Designed to improve multitasking between nutritional intake and yacht racing efficiency through a regenerative heating element, maintaining core temperatures for over 3 hours. 2 RSA Award - Valuing Water A unique shower designed to change user behaviors and attitudes towards domestic water consumption.

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aogden92@aol.com

louis6@ntlworld.com

LOUIS MICHAEL O’SHEA

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Major Project

Dissertation

1 Chop – Ease A chopping board with integrated knife pivot and colour coded boards for hygiene. This will aid the chopping process for cooking enthusiasts.

Dissertation

An investigation into the impact of the use of colour, its influence and effect on consumer attitudes and emotions, along with its importance with brand recognition.

Experience

2011/12 – Project Management at MDO Building Services

Self motivated, ambitious individual striving to design innovative products.

BA Industrial Design and Technology

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Major Project

Fully Integrated Doorman’s Utility Headset – The wireless headset incorporates a doorman’s acoustic tube earpiece, attack sensors and head cam.

AMY OGDEN

+44 (0) 7792 836333

+44 (0) 7538 327410

BA Industrial Design and Technology

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A Blood Glucose Monitoring Device designed and considered for those with visual Impairments. The device uses tactile feedback and innovative features to ease the monitoring process around the user’s impairment.

An inclusive design study of wheelchair users in the built environment. The dissertation looks at whether it is the role of the designer to accommodate wheelchair users within the built environment.

2 The Enforcer A wireless handheld portable ID scanner / PDA, targeted at both club and event security. 3 Fully Integrated Doorman’s Utility Headset Revolutionising current equipment used, both improving efficiency and safety of doormen whilst at work.

Personal Statement

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In September I begin a PGCE in Design and Technology and finally reach my childhood ambition of becoming a teacher. I hope to become an inspirational teacher to the next generation of designers.

1 Injection Moulding Project Using the injection moulding process, the project involved the design and manufacture of a mould to create a novelty pen and shopping list holder. 2 Design Week Project The week long project involved the redesign of a highchair with a focus on sustainability. The modern and practical highchair considers storage and alternative uses for the parent. 3 Major Project

The blood glucose monitor has been developed after thorough research into tactile feedback, and has been tested and evaluated with visually impaired students.

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sophiaogland@gmail.com

SOPHIA OGLAND

www.coroflot.com/sophiaogland

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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Major Project

‘Retrofit Posture Monitoring Desk Chair’ system with interactive set-up app. Sensors enable real-time feedback so users can correct posture.

Dissertation

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Major Project

Experience

Experience

2 RSA: Personal Shopping Scanner This product system enables users to easily monitor shopping habits to reduce cost, waste and over consumption. 3 Posture Monitoring Desk Chair An affordable retrofit solution improving ergonomics and adjustability by replacing the original seat and back support.

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Dissertation

To explore how design, technology, performance and professional endorsement are used together in the marketing of tennis racquets.

1 SEnergy Alarm & Energy Monitor SEnergy is an alarm system designed to reduce energy consumption. The device shows and can automatically control energy use in the home.

MATTHEW PACK

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

A portable laptop workstation encouraging ergonomic behavior in an increasing ‘work on the move’ society.

What is a good lumbar curve whilst seated in a sedentary work environment?

2012/13 - Marketing/Graphics, Enactus formerly SIFE 2011/12 - Artwork Design, Webrandit 2011/13 - Freelance Graphic Design, Denalgo Designs 2010 - Insight into Management course

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+44 (0) 7906 682994

+44 (0) 75780 80119

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packman91@googlemail.com

2009 - College Outstanding Achievement Award for Design 2011/12 - Wares Design 2011/12 - Solidworks lecturing at Sheffield Hallam Uni

1 Design Week: Comminuet After analyzing a currently serving unit, an ergonomic redesign of the interior environment was undertaken to improve nurse and patient comfort using CAD to evaluate the design. 2 Mobile Blood Donation Unit Redesign A fresh approach to the Pestle and Mortar. A flexible rolling action to grind helps maintain better wrist posture for a comfortable alternative when manually preparing fresh herbs and spices. 3 Major Project Design enables comfortable operation of a laptop away from a desk. Features an integrated touchpad for improved wrist posture and leg support to lift unwanted weight from the user’s lap.

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chrissieparis@live.com

Christina Paris

ajparmenter@aol.com

www.coroflot.com/chrissieparis

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

+44 (0) 7780 683515

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AMY PARMENTER

www.coroflot.com/ajparmenter

BA Industrial Design & Technology

+44 (0) 07944 608286

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81mm (incl. 3mm bleed) x 68mm

79 x 68mm

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Major Project

A beading table for hobbyists. Displays and stores tools, equipment & stock in versatile and detachable folders, while enabling ‘on the go ‘ work.

Dissertation

The growth of the backcountry and sidecountry skiing market, and the implications on the ski manufacturing industry.

Experience

2012 - Picketts and Pursers - Jewellery design 2012 - B. Hepworth & Co. Ltd. – Rail & Marine Industries 2011 - Metall-Fx - Resin-Based Metal Compound Moulding 2008 - Woods Baggot - Architecture and Interior Design

N.B. Your images could be on either side so consider bleed

Major Project

A children’s bedtime routine nightlight to help parents and children structure a routine.

Dissertation

How designers can influence and change a user’s emotions with reference to colour.

Personal Statement

My time at university has taught me excellent time management and planning. It has also allowed me to develop keys skills in sketching, modelling software and team work.

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1 EVOKE ProLab Model A durable, wireless handheld device for building elevations and downloading work schedules. 2 Major Project A bedtime routine nightlight system for children aged 16 months upwards. 3 Festival Food Heating Device A brand inspired outdoor cooking unit for a festival environment. 4 Design Week Medi Spoon is a portable device that dispenses exact dosages of liquid medicine for all the family.

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1 Beading Table Final CAD visualization of the product. Modelled in Pro-Engineer, and rendered using Keyshot and Adobe Photoshop. Materials include bamboo, leather, cork and aluminium. 2 Off-Piste Ski Guide Sketches and illustrations from the concept generation and development stages. 3 Lightning Necklace A hand made piece using traditional goldsmithing techniques. Sterling silver, Aqua Aura and Diamonds. (Photography by Florian Culka)

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contact@sachinpateldesign.co.uk

SACHIN PATEL

ben.pearson.46@hotmail.co.uk

www.sachinpateldesign.co.uk

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

+44 (0) 7704 220256

+44 (0) 7540 497623

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BENJAMIN PEARSON

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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Personal Statement

Major Project

Experience

Dissertation

1 Handheld Travel Guide A portable device offering a range of tools to aid keen explorers, including augmented reality to guide users to their destination.

Dissertation

1 CAD/CAMM Reversed engineered hand-held rotary tool. Surface modelled in Creo and then rendered in Keyshot.

A food preparation aid designed to assist users who suffer from rheumatoid arthritis. The concept comprises of a chopping board and an interchangeable and adjustable cutting utensil.

An investigation into the modern office and its impact on the way we work, focussing on the influence of social media and technology.

Experience

2011/12 Icon Office Design

My passion and skills for product design and hands-on experience during my placement have enabled me to flourish as a professional designer.

Juvo: A Multiple medication compliance aid for over 65’s suffering with but not limited to angina and other age related conditions.

Design and emotion: A study of people’s emotional responses to medical devices and its application in increasing compliance while at home.

2 Design Week Project: Wrap A sleek and compact device designed to aid the preparation and heating of wraps and crepes, bringing the fun back into lunch.

Personal Statement

Design through a creative, clinical process by a practical application of engineering and customer focused research.

3 Major Project: Apto A selection of CAD renders showing the final proposed design, including the adjustable utensil designed for ease of chopping.

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2011/12 - Origin Product Design

2 Juvo: Appearance Model Photo of the champion user for final year design practice completing an evaluation of Juvo. 3 Juvo: CAD Model Juvo’s RFID system reminds the user when to take each medication and the quantity to be taken, with removable day tray.

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Matt.Peberdy@gmail.com

MATT PEBERDY

BA Industrial Design & Technology + DPS

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Major Project

Hygieia: UV footwear sanitiser & dryer, primarily for use by running enthusiasts & athletes.

lucyplatt@btinternet.com

+44 (0) 7813 865859

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Experience

Personal Statement

A forward-thinking and ambitious individual, constantly challenging convention, whilst maintaining fundamental design principles.

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2011/12 – Project Assistant at Endpoint Ltd, London

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A fitness aid which uses heated fabrics to keep the user warm whilst exercising and is aimed at users living with rheumatoid arthritis

Dissertation

An investigation into the impact of branding on consumer purchasing decisions in the sports nutrition industry.

LUCY VICTORIA PLATT

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

Dissertation

1 Prepp. A portable food preparation platform to enhance the outdoor cooking experience.

Is brand attachment created through emotion? Looking at this through a comparison of eBay and Amazon and their consumers.

2 Chop A stylish device to assist aspiring chefs in the learning of safe and efficient knife skills.

Experience

2011/12 – GM Distribution, Media & E-commerce Assistant.

3 Hygieia Keyshot rendering displaying the final concept.

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1 Design Week – The Patissier An easy to use product that can be used for both dispensing icing and batter. From the brief set by AEHL the product is for keen bakers that enjoy baking in their spare time. 2 Major Project Developed sketch work taken from the initial designing stages of the major project. With the aim of setting the form of the project and its attachment to the chair that it will be used with. 3 Major Project A fitness product that will keep the user warm before, during and after exercise.

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popeois@hotmail.co.uk

JAMES POPE

+44 (0) 7577 967044

BA Industrial Design and Technology

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Experience

Dissertation

1 Outdoor Camping Stove Camping stove providing a ‘sub-zero’ eating experience, with inbuilt kettle, water storage and food preparation area.

Titan, a complete self cooling workstation with inbuilt wireless keyboard and screen manufactured in three parts resulting in ultimate protection for a laptop.

Consumer purchasing habits of Apple products, does brand play a part?

Personal Statement

A focused and passionate designer with a broad skill set in design and manufacture, committed to achieving the best.

2008/09 - Rolls Royce Apprentice

2 Business Stock Slide Electronic device for keeping up to date with the stock and share market. Hand sketched and rendered in Photoshop. 3 Titan Case Titan allows consumers to use their laptop in hostile environments, without putting their laptop at risk. modelled in Creo.

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harrietprice.hp@googlemail.com me@hotmail.com

cpouget@hotmail.co.uk

CHARLIE POUGET

www.behance.net/harrietprice www.mywebsite.com

+44 (0) 7950 581894

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

+44 (0) 7957 1234567890 435277

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HARRIET MY NAME PRICE

BSc (Hons) BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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81mm (incl. 3mm bleed) x 68mm

79 x 68mm

Major Project

Folding Road Bike: A collapsible full size bike for easy commuting, transportation and storage.

Dissertation

Has Carbon Changed the Design of Bicycles? An Investigation Into material use in Industry.

Experience

2011/12 - Design Engineer at Pavegen Systems, a green-energy technology company producing electricity harvesting paving slabs based in London.

Awards

Major Project

1 Bicycle GPS System A routing and tracking GPS device with split screen interface for easy data viewing whist riding.

Dissertation

2012 - James Dyson Foundation Bursary 2013 - Creative Student Award

N.B. Your images could be on either side so consider bleed

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A domestic porridge maker designed to enhance the breakfast experience for busy individuals by provding a convenient and nutritious solution to breakfast on the go.

A review of consumer-product attachment as a suitable design strategy to postpone product replacement.

2 Customisable Ergonomic Saddle A saddle based around a body-scan generated, customised insert for a more personal fit.

Experience

3 Folding Road Bike A road bike frame which uses full size wheels and standard components but folds for easy transportation and storage.

2011/12 - Sebastian Conran Associates, Junior Designer 2010 - Conran Design Group for P&G

81mm (incl. 3mm bleed) x 129mm

3

N.B. Your images could be on either side so consider bleed 1 RSA: Spout A rainwater collection and harvesting system based on reed bed filtration. Sprout encourages water conservation within the garden by creating a natural and intuitve way of interacting with rainwater. 2 Oat: Design development Sketch work exploring the visual design identity through experimentation with component placement and product compartmentation to develop a considered design language. 3 Oat: Lifestyle branding The design uses natural materials and organic ingredients to create a unique experience for those who desire a healthy and sustainable lifestyle.

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h.rousova@googlemail.com

jamesreynoldsdesign@gmail.com

JAMES REYNOLDS

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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A portable high velocity washer and dryer that enables quick and easy care of pets. Saving the user time, keeping pets healthy and homes cleaner. Developed using CFD analysis and physical testing.

Dissertation

The effect of science fiction on consumer product design.

Experience

2011/12 - Hodges & Drake Design 2012 - James Dyson Foundation Bursary

Personal StatemenT

HANA ROUSOVA

+44 (0) 7446 036595

+44 (0) 7540 943770

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Major Project

BA Industrial Design and Technology

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3

Outdoor ultra-light rollator - Organically shaped, carbon fibre rollator, modernizing and changing perceptions of rollators.

Dissertation

Aesthetics of walking aids, specifically walking frames – Research into aesthetic preferences of older generation and importance of style when choosing a walking frame.

Personal Statement

I believe that design should be pleasing to the eye and soul. Refreshing design with attention to detail should make the use of daily products a joy.

I strive to create innovative and attractive designs that push the boundaries visually and technically while maintaining feasibility.

1 Reverse Engineering Assignment A render of a reverse engineered steam iron created in Creo with G2 curvature continuity and robust modelling strategy.

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1 Water saving shower Shower which is gentle to the environment without setting personal restriction by recirculating and filtering the water.

2 Subnav : A suba diving GPs system to aid dive instructors Subnav is worn by the diving instructor and communicates with the dive boat via sonar. This enables it to fix a gps location even underwater. Improving communication and the safety of divers.

2 Computer mouse Reverse engineered and redesigned computer mouse for additive manufacture. Using Creo and Keyshot.

3 Major Project Sketches and CAD renderings for my major project.

3 Major Project - Outdoor ultra-light rollator Removing preconceptions with a refreshed design of a tired format.

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rob_seabourne@hotmail.co.uk

lukesanders@outlook.com

LUKE SANDERS

BSc Product Design and Technology

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Dissertation

How can designers effectively use colour to produce designs more accessible to those with visual impairments.

1 Urban Bike Locker An urban bike locker with integrated public seating.

Experience

2 Self-contained collapsible food chopper A fully self-contained food chopper with interchangeable chopping rings and a collapsible lid to contain food juices

2012 - James Dyson Bursary

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A golf training aid, allowing players to assess and control the speed and rhythm of their golf swing.

Dissertation

Awards

BA Industrial Design & Technology

1

Major Project

Bathub – A bath filling aid for the visually impaired

2012 - Research assistant for the Transport and Safety Research Centre at Loughborough University

ROB SEABOURNE

+44 (0) 7598 186690

+44 (0) 7805 550808

An investigation into how affordances are used to communicate functionality to users, using gym equipment as an exemplar.

Personal Statement

3 Final Year Project Bathub - An aid to assist the visually impaired when running a bath featuring both audio and visual feedback

3

Having studied design for around 8 years, I have decided to utilise the particular skill set that I have learned in order to focus on a future career in marketing. I have studied company and product branding in great detail, conducted real life SWOT and 4P analysis on companies and systems and presented work to peers and external company representatives. I have also worked on product and system advertisement, including point of sale displays.

1 Major Project Golf Training Aid 2 Injection Moulded Widget A free promotional widget for hardware store Focus; a drill bit holder, complete with moulding tool.

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MATTHEW SKELHORNE

+44 (0) 7962 205360

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An innovative and Compact Cable Camera incorporating various types of filming focusing on extreme sports in remote locations.

Dissertation

How Have Advancements In Materials And Manufacture Affected Performance Mountain Biking?

Personal Statement

Energetic and enthusiastic team member that works well under pressure. I thrive on challenging projects that push my limits of design and problem solving.

+44 (0) 07889 488701

www.coroflot.com/mattskelhorne

BSc Product Design & Technology + DPS

Major Project

katie.smith7236@gmail.com

mattskelhorne@hotmail.co.uk

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Experience

Major Project

2012 – Product Designer Fibrax Ltd 2011 – Cycle Brake Test Engineer Fibrax Ltd

Crew tracker is a navigational device for the pleasure boating industry with additional man overboard tracker.

Dissertation

1 Design Week Collapsible baking tray providing easy removal of baking mixture due to its easy to clean and single mould design.

An examination of the relationship between design and emotion and the enhancement of the consumer retail experience.

2 Computer-Aided-Design Reverse engineered CAD model of a shaver incorporating advanced surface modelling and design for additive manufacture. 3 Final Year Design Practice CAD visual of the aesthetics of the cable camera, displaying it in both closed and open positions.

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Personal Statement

Development is key to design, which enhances my personal skill set and I look forward to my next challenge.

KATIE SMITH

BA Industrial design and Technology + DPS

2

Experience

2011/12 - Tesco Retail Planner Manager

1 RSA Valuing Water- Shower Diva Shower Diva is a fun way to save water through music by using playlists to train you to reduce shower time. 2 It’s a Bake off! The rolling pin re-design was used to reduce the hassle of making pastry perfect every time. 3 Crew Tracker Navigational device displaying both navigational mode and man overboard visual alert.

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ankisha_16@hotmail.co.uk

lucysmith1207@hotmail.com

LUCY SMITH

2

Major Project

Are the technologies used within the Paralympics assistive or enabling?

Personal Statement

In September I will begin my PGCE year aiming to share important knowledge from my degree with other young aspiring designers

2

Kiddie Chef Cube, a compact cooking system for a parent to teach a child how to cook.

Dissertation

1 Design Week- highchair redesign An easy folding and portable highchair which simply and securely attaches onto any standard dining chair.

The effects of brand loyalty and intelligent product design/ functionality on consumer purchasing preference.

2 Outdoor cooking equipment A brand inspired outdoor cooking unit designed to create a social experience in a field or festival environment.

Experience

2011/12 - Logo and poster freelance designer.

3 Major Project A baby alarm system for parents with profound deafness which uses a light and vibration system to wake or alert the parent.

1 Sustainability project Shower-gel bottle once emptied can be used as a drinking bottle. 2 Injection molding project Twin shot injection molded bottle opener. 3 Major Project Cad render and sketches of the product.

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An intuitive cry alarm system incorporating a bracelet and baby unit, which assists parents with profound deafness in attending to their baby’s needs.

Dissertation

BA Industrial Design and Technology

+44 (0) 7773 906772

+44 (0) 7784 753872

1

ANKISHA SOLANKI

www.coroflot.com/ankisha-solanki

www.coroflot.com/lucysmith

BA Industrial Design and Technology

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JAMES STEPHENSON

industrial.design.2013@gmail.com

elliotstones@hotmail.co.uk

+44 (0) 7934 112204

www.coroflot.com/estones

BA Industrial Design and Technology

ELLIOT STONES

BA Industrial Design and Technology

+44 (0) 7891 302028

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2

Major Project

A foot powered shredder designed to break down organic materials to speed up the recycling of waste through composting.

Dissertation

How the sense of touch is stimulated by products and what effect this has on the user’s experience?

Personal Statement

I am a strong believer in the usefulness of design, design with real measurable outcomes and meaningful improvements. My holistic approach allows me to create solutions with minimal complexity, simple forms, sustainable processes and materials.

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Major Project

Hydraulic Bicycle Transmission.

Dissertation

Can improved design of tracks, bikes and clothing reduce accidents and injuries in off road motorcycle racing?

Experience

2008 – Fabricator at Scotts Precision Engineering

Personal Statement

I feel that the development of new products should have new technology at its heart. I strive to make myself a well rounded individual to deliver informed design solutions.

1 Variable displacement hydraulic pump Pump for use in a bicycle transmission, varying the oil ratios would give an unlimited variation in ‘gearing’ to the rider. 2 Concept Scalextric track A flexible track surface stiffened by a ball and socket joint would allow the user to create any number of track shapes. 3 Working prototype hydraulic bicycle transmissionConcept Working prototype includes a kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) as an extra benefit to the system.

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1 Pen Clip A promotional give away pen clip designed for an injection moulding machine for a popular brand. 2 Compost Shredder A foot powered shredder designed to speed up composting organic materials prior to decomposing.

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s.james.thornton@gmail.com

oathornton@gmail.com

Oscar Thornton

+44 (0) 7554 013504

1

Major Project

HUDU - A ‘Head-Up Display Unit’ for integration into existing motor vehicles, safely showing relevant information to the driver.

+44 (0) 7791 67893

www.coroflot.com/ozthornton

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

2

Personal Statement

Major Project

A hard worker with a growing passion for design, who aspires to get into the prop making business.

NoVib - A dynamic bike camera mount designed to improve the quality of video footage during off-road cycling.

Dissertation

Dissertation

Design Data Management; The Good, The Bad, The Wanted? – Is product lifecycle management software wanted in the design industry?

Experience

2011/12 - CAD Designer at Hornby Hobbies Ltd; Designing toys for Corgi & Micro Scalextric, ranging from Olympic souvenirs to detailed collectables.

1 Ergonomic Mouse. Reverse engineered ergonomic mouse for additive manufacture.

An investigation into the causes of unwanted video camera movement during off-road cycling and the technology available to reduce it.

2 Hermes Headphones. Wireless headphones inspired by the Greek God, Hermes.

Experience

2012 – Rolls-Royce plc. Manufacturing Engineer 2011 – Teaching Qual. SAS

3 Head-Up Display Unit. A Head-Up Display unit for integrating into existing cars, connecting via Bluetooth to an included OBD-II adapter.

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Sam Thornton

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

1

Awards

2008 – Institute of Leadership and Management - Level 2

1 Rotary Citrus Zester/Juicer A novel gadget for the modern kitchen designed in a week to a company brief. 2 Mechatronic Can Crusher Fully functional can crusher with integrated control and safety system. 3 Major Project NoVib – A dynamic bike camera mount designed to improve the quality of video footage during off-road cycling.

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Matthew Thurstans

BSc Product Design & Technology + DPS

me@thurstans.com

samtrott90@gmail.com

www.thurstans.com

+44 (0) 7817 312168

+44 (0) 7545 965815

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3

2

2

Major Project

Major Project

Dissertation

Dissertation

VOX : An autonomous aerial filming system for snow sports users to allow remote aerial drone filming.

An investigation into the current and future applications of autonomous aerial drones and their social impact.

Experience

2011/12 - eg technology - Placement graduate engineer 2012 - RP Research bursary 2011 - Dyson design challenge

An innovative Food Service System, ideal for people with Arthritis.

Sam Trott

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

1

Personal Statement

As a designer I have developed a strong passion for product branding, as well as being very interested in the psychology that drives consumer purchases.

Do mobile phones cater for the needs of every generation?

Experience

2011/13 - Product and Graphic Designer at Lewis Trott Design Ltd.

1 Design Sketch Work A collection of design sketches for a handheld city route planner. 2 Design Week Project: Bowla A dressing/marinating ball; ideal for barbeques, family dinners and everyday meals. 3 Major Project - Serve Keyshot render of the Innovative Food Service System.

3

1 Vibez : Music festival guide A conceptual stand-alone device to aid people, organise/ navigate and socialise during a music festival. 2 Peek : Concept digital camera A digital camera that uses a deformable outer body to reveal the lens of the camera and touch interface. 3 Vox – Major Project The Vox controller allows a user to command an autonomous aerial drone equipped with a camera to track and film themselves.

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centreofyourchinesewhispers@gmail.com

s@tsouris.co.uk

Sotiris Tsouris

+44 (0) 7824 666026

www.tsouris.co.uk

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

+44 (0) 7951 900824

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2

Major Project

Awards

Major Project

Dissertation

1 Final Year Project | Walking Aid Device improves user’s emotional wellbeing through inviting aesthetics. Greatly improved manoeuvrability and ergonomics.

Dissertation

Assistive walking aid for children (10-15 yrs.) with Cerebral Palsy to overcome emotional and physical challenges, and to improve their social development.

An exploration of the economic feasibility and consumer demand for product customisation utilising additive manufacture and its impact on the design process.

2013 - Creative Student Award Winner 2013 - Awarded James Dyson Foundation Bursary 2011 - Dyson Design Process Challenge

2011/12 - HJC Design Ltd. – 15 Month Placement 2012/13 - Degree Show Committee 2010/11 - LDS Committee – Vice Chair

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A study into the transition of products from mainstream applications to sub-cultural contexts, specifically focusing on the transition of track bikes from the velodrome to the street.

Experience

3 ‘Peel’ | Kitchenware Range Bold aesthetics and design coherency across the Coffee Machine, Kettle, and Toaster. Completed on placement at HJC Design Ltd.

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A comprehensive maintenance solution for fixed-gear bikes and a storage system for the essential items of urban cyclists.

2 ‘FPS’ | High Performance Gaming Controller User-centred redesign offers professional and enthusiast gamers the competitive edge. Completed on placement at HJC Design Ltd.

Experience

Daniel Varney

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

2012 – Atkins Ltd

3

1 Widget and Mould Tool Design A shopping list holder trolley attachment and the mould tool needed for its manufacture. 2 Outdoor Food Preparation Unit A portable food preparation unit for outdoor use when fishing in the design style of Land Rover. 3 Final Year Major Project A maintenance device for fixed gear bikes and storage system for urban cyclists.

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Rupert Warries

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

RupertWarries@aol.com

t.webb288@gmail.com

www.coroflot.com/RupertWarries

+44 (0) 7792 673761

+44 (0) 7882 237160

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Major Project

Personal Statement

Major Project

Dissertation

1 RSA Concept ‘Seed’ A design to teach children the true value of water and promote a new generation of water use and waste conscious consumers.

Dissertation

Artisan: A designer’s desk lamp capable of rapid optical 2D scanning for documents and sketchwork, and 3D scanning of physical objects using laser line triangulation.

An investigation into two potential areas for the application of Graphene in electronics; the possibility for use in existing electronics and the potential in bioelectronics.

Experience

2011/12 – Kinneir Dufort Innovation & Design 2010 – Freelance Brand Consultation

During my time at LDS and Kinneir Dufort I have developed a passion for combining intricate aesthetic design with human factors and greatly anticipate my return to industry.

Tom Webb

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

2

Clarity. A fully customisable glasses case for the high end accessories market. The materials, novel opening method and the ability to customise the design allows the product to be matched with all top of the range eyewear.

The Influence of Mass Customisation on Consumer Purchasing Decisions.

2 Clearcut - Design Week A food chopper combining the efficiency of crude ‘auto-choppers’ with the flexibility and precision of the classic knife and board

Experience

2011/12 - Creative Designer - io Adv Italia

3 Artisan - Major Project Lampshade styling showing the scanning spirit level and convection cooling vents, including technical schematics.

Personal Statement

3

High level of interests in: interface, service and user experience design. Hard worker with a strong ambition to learn.

1 Clarity - Customisable Glasses case A case that varies from standard designs by collapsing, offering more protection and customisation. 2 Prepper – Novel Kitchen Gadget A pepper cutter and corer, operated through one linear movement. A novel gadget to speed up pepper preparation.

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alex-webster@hotmail.co.uk www.coroflot.com/awebster13 +44 (0) 7507 248396

1

Alex Webster

BSc Product Design with Technology + DPS

2

Major Project

A cordless, modular garden power tool. A tool with a common body and interchangeable modular tool heads.

Dissertation

Reducing obsolescence in products by understanding consumer replacement behaviour.

Experience

2011/12 - Bosch Lawn & Garden

1 Reverse Engineering Assignment A cordless screwdriver modeled in PTC Creo and rendered in Keyshot. 2 Concept Sketches A selection of hand rendered sketches from the development of the modular garden power tool. 3 Major Project A cordless, hand-held garden power tool with a modular tool head system.

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Suzannewhite1991@gmail.com

david.weston.536@btinternet.com

David Weston

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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2

Major Project

2

A portable device to provide pain relief by using heat and vibration therapy for those suffering from Osteoarthritis in the hand. There are two frequencies of vibration as well as heat provided up to 30 Degrees Celcius.

New digital media advertising and its effect on consumer behavior.

1 Foldable chopping guide A novel kitchen product aimed to improve speed and accuracy of food slicing and dicing and enhance user experience.

Experience

2 Surface Modeled USB stick A surface modelling exercise produced using Pro- Engineer.

2011/12 - deVOL Kitchens LTD.

Bsc Product Design and Technology

1

Major Project

‘b.lock’ a unique bicycle parking facility with integrated locking system to encourage cycle use in urban environments.

Dissertation

Suzanne White

+44 (0) 7747 153056

+44 (0) 7794 514315

Dissertation

“21st century technologies and materials have greatly improved designing Assistive Products today.” The Qualitative studies of the current importance and relevance of this regarding the design of Hip Replacements.

3 Final Year Major Project A bicycle parking system with integrated locking system utilizing RFID technology. Final render, prototyping building and evaluation images.

Experience

2011/12 - BlueMT Product Design and Manufacture 2008 - Schlumberger Design - Work experience

3

1 Sniffle : Portable Nasal Congestion Relief The Sniffle uses removable capsules containing natural ingredients which when heat is applied, the vapours released will clear nasal congestion. 2 Pain Relief Massager for Osteoarthritis A device that incorporates heat and vibration technology to relieve pain in the hand region.

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Chris Winup

BSc Product Design and Technology + DPS

christopher.winup@ntlworld.com

tj-wood@live.co.uk

+44 (0) 7910 155945

www.tj-wood.co.uk +44 (0) 7592 051697

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Awards

Major Project

Dissertation

1 CAD/CAMM: PC Gaming Mouse Complex product reverse engineered in Creo for additive manufacture, using advanced surfacing techniques.

Dissertation

A ski helmet with an in-built, solar powered radio and user friendly controls to enhance the quality and experience of ski lessons through the use of real-time teaching.

An Investigation into Designer-Client Interaction in a Product Design Consultancy, to balance Client Satisfaction with Profit.

Experience

2013 - LDS Degree Show Comittee 2011/12 - D2M Innovation - Product Designer 2006 - Hayter - Design Intern

2011 - Dyson Design Challenge Winner 2012 - Design work featured on ‘The One Show’

A Bio-Ethanol fired table top heater. Provides the user with a clean, powerful and yet beautiful source of heat in a safe and controlled maner.

How the ongoing development of Tablet computers is affecting the demand and use of the more traditional Personal Computer.

2 Design Week: A novel baking product An innovative rolling pin utilising roll-up textured silicon mats to save space and aid creativity in the kitchen.

Experience

3 Major Project Improving skiing lessons and promoting safety through communication.

2012/13 - LDS Degree show team - Web development 2011/12 - NRH Engineering - CAD Engineer & Designer

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Thomas J Wood

BA Industrial Design and Technology

Personal Statement

A highly driven individual, with a passion for advancing design thinking through creative research and the use of new technology.

1 Final Year Design Product Ongoing development of the aesthetical model for the FYDP module. 2 Computer Aided Modelling and Manufacture Reverse engineered toy which was then adapted for additive manufacture. Modelled in Creo 2.0 and rendered in Keyshot 3.

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frederickjwotton@gmail.com

Freddie Wotton

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DIS

cek.wray@googlemail.com

+44 (0) 7817 893269

www.prerelea.se +44 (0) 7753 415566

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An interactive learning device that enhances a child’s reading skill level through physical play. By interacting with the cubes the child (aged 4-6) can hear and learn the difference between the phonic sounds, helping them to construct and check a variety of words.

Dissertation

Designing supermarket brands to influence consumer behaviour.

2012 - Decode - Junior Designer 2011 - TU Delft Erasmus exchange 2009 - AWA - Architect Technician

Dissertation

1 Shield Activated Innovative activation method prevents accidental triggering.

Thomas Heatherwick: An investigation in experiences gained through the designs produced by the Heatherwick studio and how the public react to them.

2 Major Project Sketching A selection of sketch work from design folio.

Experience

3 Shield Personal Alarm Pairs with smartphone, utilising GPS tracking and SMS messaging.

2011/12 - International Media Advertising Ltd.

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Shield Personal Alarm

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Charlotte Wray

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

1 RSA: Telepresence (TP) Train Ticketing Telepresence allows passengers to interact with staff, buy tickets and access travel information at stations that have limited staff and ticket office opening hours. 2 Airport Travel Buddy App Mobile travel app including NFC, which allows users to track their luggage from check-in to the plane providing reassurance. 3 Major Project Each cube has a variety of phonic sounds that vary in difficulty, the colours of the cubes indicate their level of difficulty so the child’s parent can assess which difficulty level their child is working at.

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sophie.yates.91@gmail.co.uk

Sophie Yates

mjyound09@googlemail.com www.matthewyoungdesign.co.uk

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

+44 (0) 7789 768323

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‘Hush’ uses a holistic approach to encourage infants to sleep using multi sensorial stimuli. If the child wakes, the device automatically reactivates providing them with a consistent and familiar routine. The device communicates with the user via an app.

Dissertation

A study of the development of the Speedo swimsuit and how this has affected swimming.

Experience

2011/12 - Reckitt Benckiser - Innovation Team Designer.

Personal Statement

I am focused and passionate with an extensive range of design skills. I have a professional attitude to work and aspire to work on challenging projects in a creative environment.

1 RSA Project: Drench Drench controls humidity in the fridge whilst working with a service to reduce waste and save money. 2 Major Project: Hush Photographs of the aesthetic prototype illustrate the proposed concept.

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Matthew Young

BA Industrial Design and Technology + DPS

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Wireless Stethoscope – A wireless Bluetooth enabled heart, lung and chest hearing device aimed at promoting the effective teaching of cardio-vascular diagnosis in hospitals, veterinary surgeries and teaching establishments.

Dissertation

To what extent does Intellectual Property promote or impede innovation in design.

Experience

2013 - Loughborough Service Design Jam 2011/12 - Griffon Hoverwork Ltd. 2010/11 - Abacus Accounting

Personal Statement

Continuous high achiever with a genuine passion for Interaction and Service Design. Proficient in Adobe Photoshop and Axure.

1 CX – CommunityXchange High fidelity screen shots of an app based platform that promotes skill sharing within the community. Taking the initial idea from concept to visual representations using a range of techniques. 2 Wireless Stethoscope Design Development Design development of the wireless stethoscope concept using a range of design techniques exploring form and function. Hand sketches, Sketchbook Pro and Photoshop have all been utilised.

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Building the SHow The degree show book, website and show branding were designed and produced by the LDS Degree show committee. Membership of the committee is on a voluntary basis with finalist students providing their skills and time throughout the final year. Their efforts and professionalism have been greatly appreciated by the LDS staff.

Credits Committee chair - Ruby Allen

Branding Tom Elsmore Harriet Price Rupert Warries

Degree show book Ruby Allen - Book layout Perry Burns - Book layout Daniel Dobson - Book layout and template design Thomas Elsmore - Book layout Mark Gamwell - Book layout Dale Harper - Book layout and template design Sean Johnson - Book layout Harriet Price - Book layout Sotiris Tsouris - Book layout Rupert Warries - Book layout Chris Winup - Book layout Tom Wood - Book layout

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Design Delivered 2013  

Loughborough Design school Degree Show 2013

Design Delivered 2013  

Loughborough Design school Degree Show 2013