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P O R T F O L I O


-Hi, I'm Paul Chiang. A young designer & engineer I'm a 26 years old Industrial Designer from Kaohsiung. I love everything that has to do with Industrial design, development and Graphic design and I feel a true devotion for creative. I have 4 years experience of studying Electrical Engineering and 2 years of Industrial Design. So, I have more emotional than Engineer and more rational than Designer. I like to learn new knowledge, even if it's different from my major. However, I enjoy pushing the boundaries. I love working with people, especially if they have the same passion that I have for what they do.


Education National Kaohsiung First University of Sience and Technology -Master of Industrial Design I-Shou University -Bachelor of Eletrical Engineering

Skills

Language

CHINESE Mother Language

ENGLISH TOEIC 570

JAPANESE Basic Level

paulymo@livemail.tw +886 988 97 17 29 behance.net/paulymoebe7


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Docking+ modular computer 2016

C-Cart cleaning cart 2015

Razor Holder razor cleaning machine 2016

Sketches


01_ modular computer


problem.

Discarded equipment, such as phones, laptops, fridges, sensors, and TVs contain substances that pose considerable environmental and health risks, especially if treated inadequately. Most e-waste is not properly documented and not treated through appropriate recycling chains and methods. At the same time, e-waste streams challenge the efforts towards a circular economy as valuable and scarce resources are wasted.


In 2016, 44.7 million metric tonnes of e-waste were generated. This is an equivalent of almost

4,500 Effel towers.

20%(8.9Mt) of e-waste is documented to be collected and properly recycled.

44.7 Mt of e-waste generated in 2016

80%(35.8Mt) of e-waste is not documented.


research.

Laptop VS Desktop On average laptops are replaced every three years. The reason may be that a component is broken or outdated, and most people might buy a new one. However, it causes e-waste. In contrast, when the desktop computer is broken, people can replace some parts by themselves. Like the LEGO bricks, components are stacked and combined to form an entity.


sketch.


Making the model appearance by using 3D printer


details.


02_ outside cleaning cart


problem.

At present, the carts used by the cleaners everyday are not only unsightly and old in appearance, but heavy and not practical in use.


sketch.


scenario of use. The 11-degree angle of inclination not only allows the cart to be held in place while it is stationary, but also makes the users apply less force when dumping the garbage. The folding design allows many carts in one area to be unified in one place, reducing the waste of space.


details.


03_ razor cleaning machine


problem.

Due to the razor is relatively easy to use, it would adhere large numbers of bacteria if it is only flushed with hands and placed in the moist bathroom after being used by the consumers. Moreover, if the razor is not thoroughly cleaned, the bacteria naturally grow rapidly.


The number of surface bacteria is greater than

100,000,000 CFU Dirty than banknotes

100 Times Dirty than children's pool

100 Times


sketch.


scenario of use. 1

Put the washed razor on the holder.

2

When the UV light turn on means the holder is drying the razor.

3

When drying is complete it will turn off automatically.


Ceramic Ring Heater Air inhaled from the top vent

Powerful Fan

Heated by the Ceramic Ring Heater

Micro Switch Generate heat convection UV Light


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Hand Tools


3D printer.


Final.


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SKETCH


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