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PETER TRIMBLE PORTFOLIO

2014

+44 (0) 7969 734 445 hello@petertrimble.co.uk www.petertrimble.co.uk

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CONTENTS

CV

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DUPE / EXPERIMENTAL MATERIALS PROJECT

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GRUVE / PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

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AIRO / DYSON BRAND IDENTITY PROJECT

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NOAH / PROBLEM SOLVING PROJECT

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BABYAIR / MAGIS BRAND IDENTITY PROJECT

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BALL GAME / MICROSOFT / NET GADGETEER PROJECT

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CAKEAWAY / DESIGNER / MAKER BUSINESS START UP PROJECT

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FISH-TAIL / SELF INITIATED PROJECT

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27 Lambert Rise, Belfast, BT16 1LQ

+44 (0) 7969 734 445 hello@petertrimble.co.uk

The University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh College of Art) BA (Hons.) Product Design - 2.1. 2009 - 2013

Royal Belfast Academical Institution A. Levels - AAA (Art+Design, Geography, Media Studies) 2006 - 2008

EMPLOYMENT / WORK EXPERIENCE

DUPE Pursued a business start up

Ulster Hospital Belfast Porter / Receptionist

After receiving a lot of interest in my final year project I pursued the possibility of turning my idea into a business. I spoke with construction companies, 3D printing companies, Designers, Artists and a patent lawyer. Unfortunately the viability wasn’t there to carry it on and it has been shelved for the foreseeable future. October 2013 - April 2014

Scheduled work with a responsibility for drugs and patients. Working within a team of Nurses and Pharmacists. Role involved answering phones, directing the public to locations within the hospital and some administration work. 2007 - 2014 Holiday periods while at university Fulltime since June 2013

RECOGNITION

Featured on CNN / Dezeen / Designboom / Wired / Frame / Gizmag / Quiet Lunch / Arts Thread / LSN Global / WGSN / Catalogodiseno

Featured in The Scotsman newspaper / Frame magazine / Wired magazine / Rum magazine / TM Wissen TV Show Austria

Awards Designer / Maker Business Competition Seeds Design Consultancy - winners 2011

Exhibited at New Designers London. In charge of deciding a theme, designing the layout, visuals and overseeing set up.

Digital Proficient in both Mac OS + Window 2D: Adobe Creative Suite Photoshop / Indesign / Illustrator/ Microsoft Office Suite

Manual Sketching / Prototyping / Woodwork / Metalwork / Laser cutting / CNC / Analogue + Digital Photography

PETER TRIMBLE

PRODUCT DESIGNER

EDUCATION

SKILLS

3D: Rhino / Solidworks some Rendering: Vray / Keyshot

REFERENCES

Douglas Bryden Programme Director The University of Edinburgh Edinburgh College of Art e. d.bryden@ed.ac.uk t. +44 (0)131 651 5728

Professional Concept generation / Personable / Good communication skills / Able to meet deadlines

Angelo Fusco Team Manager Ulster Hospital Belfast e. angelo.fusco@setrust.hscni.net t. +44 (0)28 9048 4511 ext. 3460


DUPE EXPERIMENTAL MATERIALS PROJECT

raw material shortages, this project explores innovative and sustainable means of material production. “Dupe” is a microbially induced casting procedure, which presents the bacterium “ bacillus pasteurii” as a method of cementing natural granular materials using minerals as a binding agent for the creation of useful objects. The process forms mineral composites at biological temperatures. The biomaterial produced is structurally comparable to concrete, yet its production produces no greenhouse gases. Concrete is responsible for 2

5 % of the worlds man made CO emissions. The biomaterial produced by this process is a stepping stone in the right direction for the reduction of these carbon emissions. Dupe aims to raise questions about the future of industrial manufacturing and illustrates the sustainable potential that the utilisation of bacillus pasteurii could have within the manufacturing industry. Whilst not providing definitive answers, this experiment aims to provide a point of departure for fresh thinking.

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YEAR 3 / 1 YEAR PROJECT

In a world increasingly concerned with questions of energy production and


MATERIALS RESEARCH

Currently materials use “heat beat and treat” methods of production, carving things down from the top with 96 % waste and only 4 % product.

96 % WASTE

PRODUCT

STEEL

ALUMINIUM

TIMBER (NON SUSTAINBALE)

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1 ZINC

GLASS

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PARTICLE BOARD

COPPER

STONE 2

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BRICK

CEMENT RESPONSIBLE FOR 5% GLOBAL CO2 EMISSIONS

TIMBER

1. POLYOLEFINS

CARBON DIOXIDE - O - GRAM 2. POLYSTYRENE GLOBAL CO2 PRODUCTION / YEAR FOR THE 18 MOST PREVELANT 3. PVC BUILDING MATERIALS BITUMINA FIND A SUSTAINABLE ALTERNATIVE TO CEMENT4. (CONCRETE) 5. FIBER BOARD 6. OTHER FIBERS (PAPERS ETC)

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SUSTAINABLE ALTERNATIVE TO CONCRETE PRODUCTION

Through extensive research I discovered a method for creating a solid sandstone-like material using biological ingredients; I have dubbed this material “Biostone.”

FLOW RATE

FLOW RATE

GROW BACTERIA

PUMP BACTERIA THROUGH MOULD

SAND MOULD

MIX CALCIUM + UREA

PUMP CALCIUM + UREA

1. Grow bacteria in nurtrient broth (food for the bacteria). 2. Fill a water tight mould with sand. 3. Pump the bacteria solution upwards through the mould. * 4. Leave over night for bacteria to establish themselves between the sand particles. 5. Mix up a solution of calcium, urea and nutrient broth.

BACTERIA

NUTRIENT BROTH

UREA

CALCIUM CHLORIDE

6. Pump the calcium solution upwards through the mould. 7. Bacteria use the calcium to create a biological cement which binds the sand together.

SAND

WATER MIX

* Pumping the solution upwards through the mould (against gravity) produces more consistent results.

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DEVELOPMENT

I carried out numerous experiments in the lab, testing different chemical ratios and their effects on different types of granular material.

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ANALYSIS

5.6 MEGA JOULES / KG 5.6 MEGA JOULES / KG

TOTAL EMBODIED ENERGY TOTAL EMBODIED ENERGY

60 % 60 %

40 % 40 %

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MANUFACTURE MANUFACTURE

BURNING FUELS BURNING FUELS

BIOSTONE

2,000 C 2,000 C MINING MINING

CONCRETE CONCRETE BIOSTONE

CHEMICAL REACTIONS CHEMICAL REACTIONS

SILICA SILICA GYPSUM GYPSUM ALUMINA ALUMINA LIMESTONE LIMESTONE FOSSIL FUELS FOSSIL FUELS

2,200 kg/m3

2,200 kg/m3

USABLE MATERIAL USABLE LAG TIME MATERIAL LAG TIME

TRANSPORT TRANSPORT

30 C 30 C O

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SAND 3 CALCIUM 1500 kg / m SAND 3 UREA CALCIUM 1500 kg / m BIOLOGICAL UREA MANUFACTURE BIOLOGICAL MANUFACTURE

TOTAL EMBODIED ENERGY TOTAL EMBODIED ENERGY

SUSTAINABLE MATERIAL ANALYSIS SUSTAINABLE MATERIAL ANALYSIS OF CONCRETE AND BIOSTONE OF CONCRETE AND BIOSTONE

0.9 MEGA JOULES / KG 0.9 MEGA JOULES / KG

This infographic “embodied energy analysis for concrete and biostone” depicts the distribution of energy consumption in the production cycle of concrete and biostone.

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DUPE / MICROBIALLY INDUCED CASTING PROCEDURE

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MIX

Using readily available parts I was able to create a transportable mini manufacturing unit to produce biostone.

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OUTLET SOLUTION ENTERS WASTE JERRYCAN

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ATTACH MOULD OUTLET TUBE TO STOCKPOT, CREATING A CLOSED LOOP SYSTEM WHERE THE MINERALS ARE REUSED


PROCESS IN ACTION

VIDEO LINK


SAND STOOL

The biologically cemeneted sand stool could hold a weight of 95 kg.

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GRUVE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

the harsher more industrial looking irons on the market. Gruve aims to improve comfort and efficiency while ironing. The joint between the base plate and the body of the iron is there to give an element of flexibility, helping disperse pressure evenly during the ironing process. The soft grip and smooth rounded handle increase comfort. There are grooves in the hot plate for more effectively smoothing around buttons.

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YEAR 2 / 8 WEEK PROJECT

Gruve has a soft organic aesthetic; this differentiates it from the rest of


RESEARCH

MECHANICS

Parts

100 + parts

Manufacture

1. Sole Plate/ Cast aluminum. Holes for steam release. Polished and treated with non stick PTFE. 2. Thermostat/ Injection mould a small metal post. Spring attacthed to control temperature. Power contacts attached to spring. 3.Water tank Plastic in 2 part injection mould. 4. Handle. Injection mould Assembly Each componet attched with screws / thermo welding

USER INSIGHTS

CURRENT PRODUCTS

Interview key points

Sore hands Sore wrists Sore arms Sore shoulders Heavy Hot work lots of steam Uncomfortable

Observation key points

Time consuming smoothing aorund buttons. Uneven application of pressure

Asethetics

Functional Analysis what should it be?

Industrial Sharp lines Harsh edges Pointed Similar looking Lack individuality Indistinguishable from one and other

Physical

Hard Plastic Hard handles

Emotional

Association with chore.


Current Aesthetics

Introduce Something new

? Product Positioning where should it be?

HIGH PRICE HIGH QUALITY

INNOVATIVE

TRADITIONAL

LOW PRICE LOW QUALITY

CONCLUSIONS Current irons cause discomfort after long periods of use. Current irons all have a similar aesthetic and material choice. Lacking individuality. Current irons are inefficient with time.

GOALS Bring a new friendlier, more appealing aesthetic to the

product whilst improving

comfort and function.


CONCEPT IDEATION

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CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

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TECHNICAL PACKAGE

105 46 28 9

31 18 7

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167

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30

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17 185

6 45

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164

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DESIGN IMPROVEMENTS

BUTTON GROOVE for easier smoothing. Reduces multiple movementments required to smooth around buttons.

PRESSURE BALL for dispensing downward pressure equally. The upper elements of the iron move from side to side as you iron for a more comfortable working motion and a better distribution of downward force. 22


AIRO DYSON BRAND IDENTITY PROJECT

YEAR 2 / 6 WEEK PROJECT

The “Airo” is an energy efficient cordless hairdryer. The concept is aimed to increase flexibility of hairdrying for both commercial and home use. I was given the hairdryer as a product to redesign in the brand image of Dyson. I investigated the brand in order to understand their ethos, unique selling points and target market. From this I designed “Airo” a hair dryer that uses the same lithium battery technology as Dysons cordless vacumm cleaner as well as utilising Dysons impeller motor which is integral in all their products. The hairdryer is largely modelled on the Dyson Hot Fan, paying close attention to the industrial details of Dyson Products.

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Feel the winds of change. Dyson Air

Science that blows your mind.


TECHNICAL PACKAGE

Air Multiplier technology An annular jet draws in surrounding air, amplifying it 10 times.

Mixed flow impeller A combination of the technologies used in turbochargers and jet engines generates powerful airflow.

2.5mm aperture Air is forced out to create jet.

Brushless motor Energy-efficient. Variable power rather than the limited settings of conventional motors.

10mm airflow projector Directs more air towards you by focusing its exact angle.

Air inlet Up to 24 litres of air drawn in per second, generating primary airflow.

8 airfoil-shaped ramp Generates maximum airflow velocity and volume. PTC ceramic plates Never exceed 200 C. No worrying burning smell.

Variable airflow control Precisely adjusts airflow power, with 10 airflow settings available. Variable heat control Alter the air temperature for effective hairdrying. LED display Shows percentage of battery charged.

Power control Starts and stops airflow.

Charging dock Charges the 22.5 volt lithium ion battery and creates stability.

65 mm

395 mm

SWIVEL HEAD

CORDLESS HAIRDRYING


TECHNICAL PACKAGE

Power Mains Power Supply Energy 1600 - 2500 Watts Method Traditional Heating element and fan Weight same spot Weighs 700-1400g Cost £70 - £120

Power 22.5 Lithium Ion Battery Energy 900-1100 Watt Method Heated Stone and Dyson Air Multiplier Technology Weighs Approx 1.7 kg Cost £190

Mixed flow impeller Brushless motor 22.5 volt lithium ion battery


NOAH PROBLEM SOLVING PROJECT

YEAR 2 / 8 WEEK PROJECT

Noah is an adjustable, portable domestic flood defence gate. Climate change has led to an exponential increase in flooding over the last decade. In the UK alone 750.000 homeowners are currently at high risk of flood damage each year this number is expected to increase by 15% over the next 10 years. Noah is an efficient and manageable flood defense system that protects doorways from floodwater. This quick and easy to assemble system provides a barricade for floodwater up to a height of 400 mm. The system is more effective than sandbags and saves precious time in the event of a flood. The labour involved in forming barriers from sandbags can dissuade people from beginning the process until high-alert flood warnings have been issued, reducing the amount of time available to assure effective protection. It typically takes two men over an hour to fill and stack enough sandbags to block an average sized doorway. Noah takes just 10 minutes to assemble.

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INSTALL

SLIDE ALUMINUM PLATES TO FIT DOORWAY

FASTEN CLAMP TO COMPRESS FRONT + BACK PLATES TOGETHER

EMPLOY TELESCOPIC POLLS TO COMPRESS SILICONE; FORMING A WATERTIGHT SEAL AGAINST DOOR FRAME


AIR


BABY AIR MAGIS BRAND IDENTITY PROJECT

for the Magis range. On reflection this outcome would need a very complex mould to allow for injection moulding. If revisiting the project I would make alterations so that the chair would come in 2 interlocking parts.

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YEAR 2 / 4 WEEK PROJECT

The aim of this project was to design a new injection mouldable high chair


BALL GAME MICROSOFT / NET GADGETEER PROJECT

YEAR 2 / 1 DAY PROJECT

Using the NET Gadgeteer toolkit our team designed a simple arcade ball game. The arcade game consists of 3 target holes laser cut from MDF, each target has an LED light to indicate where to aim. We created the moving LED targets by writing C# code. Once the player strikes the lit target a sensor randomly triggers the next target to light up.

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Coding, development of idea.

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Prototype

Testing

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CAKEAWAY

The aim of this short group project was to develop a business plan for a small scalable business, then create and sell our own product. We created a range of 3 cakes,

White Chocolate and Raspberry Ganache with a Popping Candy

Shortbread base.

Milk Chocolate and Strawberry Ganache with a Popping Candy

Shortbread base.

Dark Chocolate and Cherry Ganache with a Ginger Nut base.

My role within the team was to brand the business, find local cafes and restaurants willing to buy our cakes and to assist in the creation and sales of the cakes. We made a ÂŁ600 profit over the course of the 6 week project and were the most profitable team in the department.

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YEAR 1 / 6 WEEK GROUP PROJECT

DESIGNER / MAKER BUSINESS START UP PROJECT


PRESS PACK

Branding: Posters, business cards, letter heads, stickers and packaging.

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Sales to the public.

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FISH - TAIL SELF INITIATED PROJECT

PERSONAL PROJECT

Using a single piece of wood I crafted a short style longboard fashioned to resemble the original longboards of the 60’s and 70’s.

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Peter Trimble / Portfolio 2014