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UWE PRODUCT DESIGN GRADUATION CATALOGUE

2010 Product Design 2010

Bristol Institute of Technology University of the West of England Frenchay Campus Coldharbour Lane Bristol BS16 1QY www.bit.uwe.ac.uk/44degrees


Contents

Group Photograph Foreword Introduction Creative Product Design Product Design Technology Jamayel Ahmed Samuel Attwell Charlotte Baker Sam Beedon Natalie Benwell Bianca Brand Arthur Chan William Clement-Jones Ian Dallimore Thomas Debnam Alistair Donald Thomas Fearis Edmund Fry

Thank You

Holly Gamble Nicholas Horan Ashley Hribar-Green Gary Hunt Maxwell Irving Sandeep Jassal Oilver Jones Richard Jones Alexandra Lehser Rebecca Liddle Daniel Mann Samuel Maples Christine McFadden Sasha Monaghan Edmund O’Driscoll Matthew Öhman James Palmer Jonathan Pheasant George Pickup

Russel Pollock Matthew Popek Caryn Roberts Joseph Sargeant Chris Weston Katherine White Tanya Wigley Charlotte Wood Daniel Wright Alexander Zimmer Bloodhound SSC Bisley Mark Wilkinson Kitchens New Product Design Studios Sponsor: PB Design Thank You

Program Leader

Technical Staff

Fundraising

Dr Ramin Amali

Jim Bealey Dan Cole Chris Hart Neil Jones Parikshit Kashikar Alan Price Hannah Shepherd Gary Slocombe Duncan Iraci

Christine Mcfadden Sasha Monaghan Russel Pollock Alistair Donald Ian Dallimore Charlotte Baker Holly Gamble

Academic Staff David Ames Doug Barber Drew Batchelor Tod Burton Farid Dailami Dr Eric Dimla Kurt Gauss Andy Gray David Henshall Dr Ruth Jones Gordon Smith Chris McCleave Dr Sally Praulitis Rod Veasey

Graphic Identity Elliot Hamilton Oliver Jones Chris Weston Arthur Chan

Catalogue Editor

Sponsors PB Design

Drew Batchelor

Catalogue Photography Matt Öhman

Catalogue Production Chris Hedges Matt Öhman Arthur Chan Katherine White Jamayel Ahmed Sam Beedon

Printed on 150gsm FSC Silk. Bleached using Elemental Chlorine Free and Totally Chlorine Free processes. Copyright © 2009 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or any information storage or retrieval system without the written permission of the publisher. Disclaimer: Trademarks used within the projects contained in this catalogue are done so for educational purposes only and in no way imply any link between the brand and either the projects exhibited or the University.


Foreword

Introduction

Prof. Paul Olomolaiye

Dr Ramin Amali

Faculty of Enviroment and Technology

Product Design Technology Creative Product Design

Executive Dean

Course Leader

The products and service presented by UWE graduates in this catalogue demonstrate their outstanding knowledge of design, sustainability, ergonomics, product engineering and human centred design. Our final year Product Design students have combined their creativity with leading-edge technology and enterprise to present you the products at this exhibition. I am most delighted at their achievements and confident that you’ll agree that they are the type of graduates that our economy need and will, through their passion for innovation and enterprise, enable the well-being of our society for years to come. ‘Real live Application’ is core to our Product Design Course at UWE and we are proud that some of the products at this exhibition have already won awards with significant prizes or successfully sold and put into production. The students have worked on several live projects with several companies and it is not surprising that our students easily find employment or start their own companies on graduation. We are proud of their passion to approach living from new perspectives and fully commend each project at this exhibition to you.

This academic year has been a great success for UWE Product Design, students have been working on live projects with; Bisley, Mark Wilkinson Furniture and Bloodhound SSC. The Bisley Bite, which started as a CPD student project was awarded an “Honorable mention” in the prestigious red dot design awards 2010. An ergonomic test rig, created by PDT students for Bloodhound SSC, was displayed in the Design Museum in London and over the summer we will be moving both courses to brand new, purpose built, design studios. On behalf of our graduates, I would like to thank all my colleagues for their endless passion, patience, understanding and guidance. Congratulations to all our graduates for their great work, the skills they have developed through years of dedication, concentration and hard work will serve them well throughout their professional careers.


Creative Product Design BSc (hons) Creative Product Design puts people at the heart of product and service design. The Creative Product Design (CPD) programme prepares graduates for a career in product design, incorporating the wide array of design skills necessary for product development. These skills range from Design Research and Communication, Service Design, Marketing, Graphic Design, Packaging Design, all contributing to Consumer Product Design and Product Development centred on our society and human needs.

The Creative Product Design projects you see in this catalogue all started with complex, real world, humancentred problems. By using a process of intensive user research the graduates have developed innovative design solutions that create joinedup human experiences.


Product Design Technology BSc (hons) Product Design Technology graduates use both creative and technical skills to turn their concepts into innovative products. Ideal for students who are both creative designers and technical problem solvers Product Design Technology bridges between Product Design and Design Engineering. The PDT design process unites human factors, aesthetics and technology. A complete design process, starting with real world problems, through user research, concept sketching, design development, engineering analysis, on to manufacture and beyond.

Product Design Technology produces innovative and exciting designers, as confident with sketching and styling as they are with finite element analysis. Able to apply their understanding of technology, sustainable design, materials and manufacturing to solve human-centred design problems. Product Design Technology is accredited by the Institute of Engineering Designers.


Jamayel Ahmed

Creative Product Design jamayelahmed@gmail.com www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7956 232 336

RP promotional torch for Honda.

The Pop-up Pharmacy Encouraging males to engage with their health, by breaking down the barriers of conventional health services.


Samuel Attwell

Product Design Technology samuel.attwell@live.uwe.ac.uk www.coroflot.com/samuel_attwell +44 (0) 7904 877 353

Children’s kick scooter designed to fit the Vespa brand. Tested to meet current British Standards by finite element analysis.

Integrated laptop bag and seat To provide an ergonomic seating position for laptop users in outdoor environments.


Charlotte Baker

Creative Product Design charzzz@hotmail.com www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7891 977 271

Left Ribena point of sale. Right Concepts for final year project.

Above Promotional torch for Singapore Airlines.


Sam Beedon

Product Design Technology Sam.Beedon@hotmail.co.uk www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7881 783 859

Toilet which reduces the amount of water used per flush by using a more reliable system.

Soap dispenser which alters students perceptions of the state of bathrooms in universities by indicating that it has been cleaned.


Natalie Benwell

Creative Product Design natalie.benwell@live.uwe.ac.uk www.coroflot.com/natalie_benwell +44 (0) 7812 755 589

Grace A 1m3 micro kitchen group project for the Mark Wilkinson brand. Situated within a micro dwelling & tailored specifically for baby boomers.


Bianca Li Wei Brand Creative Product Design

bianca_brand@hotmail.com www.coroflot.com/bianca_brand

Left Origami lily, product photography. Right Final year project - incorporating perceived risk in playgrounds.

NetJets promotional torch Sketch development, Solid Edge model & Rapid-prototyped model.


Arthur Chan

Creative Product Design arthur.chan@live.uwe.ac.uk www.coroflot.com/arthurchanny +44 (0) 7717 764 865

Left Micro kitchen group project. Right RP promotional torch for Abarth 500.

e•FIT Final year project, design against drug driving, a roadside drug impairment test device.


William Clement-Jones Product Design Technology Willclementjones@aol.com www.coroflot.com/willclement +44 (0) 7775 906 737

Right Mark Wilkinson concept Micro Kitchen group project. Left Concept for FInal Year Project.

Muji hole punch Adding a splash of colour to the office.


Final Major Project Design developent for a comunications device to improve safety of lone paramedics.

Ian Dallimore

Creative Product Design Iandallimore@hotmail.com www.coroflot.com/iddallimore +44 (0) 7920 402 092

Left Mark Wilkinson urban kitchen design for baby boomers group project. Right RSA Design against bicycle theft.


Thomas Debnam

Creative Product Design tomtebz@googlemail.com www.tebz.co.uk - www.coroflot.com/tebz +44 (0) 7866 453 477

Left Singapore Airlines Promotional Torch. Above Heinz Beanz “Point of Sale”. Below Starbucks coffee cup re-design. Right Bisley Build “Touch-Down” storage unit.


Alistair Donald

Creative Product Design ali@adonald.co.uk www.alidonald.co.uk +44 (0) 7804 142 428

Above Cocept backpack BBQ with cooling box. Left & Right Final Year Project, Flight Path; SMS service. Below Famous Grouse point of sale.


Thomas Fearis

Creative Product Design Thomas.fearis@live.co.uk www.coroflot.com/thomasfearis +44 (0) 7807 166 138

Netjets promotional torch Sketches and RP model.

Clothing rail semantically representing the form of recycling and differentiating ‘branded’ clothing within charity stores.


Edmund Fry

Product Design Technology edmundfry@live.co.uk www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7986 986 676

Development sketches and a final rendering for a folding child’s kick scooter.

Self powered warning sign for un-manned beaches.


Holly Gamble

Creative Product Design hmgamble@gmail.com www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7515 020 001

Left Promotional Torch for the Honda Civic brand. Right Final major project - HoneyHouse, a modern, functional beehive.

Group project designing a micro-kitchen in association with the Mark Wilkinson brand.


Liam Gregory

Creative Product Design liamgregory@hotmail.co.uk

Promotional torch for the Fiat 500.

Final Year Project Entertaining in small homes. This compact coffee table houses four additional chairs and two side tables saving valuable space when not in use.


Elliot Hamilton

Creative Product Design elliot_hamilton@hotmail.com www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7792 840 622

Left Mark Wilkinson automated larder unit, group project. Centre RP promotional torch for Fiat 500. Right Development for final year project.


Helene Hamon

Product Design Technology ln.x@hotmail.fr www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7762 234 567

Doroko Dai The kitchen that fits into a footprint of 1m2 .Mark Wilkinson micro kitchen group project.

The 2 dimensional fridge Final year project - Reducing food waste by improving access and visibility to the contents of the fridge.


Katie Hooper

Creative Product Design Katie.elizabeth.hooper@gmail.com www.coroflot.com/katie_hooper +44 (0) 7834 039 086

Grace micro kitchen designed for the Mark Wilkinson brand, for aging baby boomers. With rotating music dock and extending worktop, group project.

Above Service designed for M&S, to increase resourcefulness in the community. Below Singapore Airlines Torch. Right Creating public awareness of working age dementia.


Vespa inspired folding child’s kick scooter, a practical transportation solution, incorporating classic Italian design.

Nicholas Horan

Product Design Technology nwhoran@hotmail.com www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7709 307 322

An all in one solution to the NHS’s £8 million per year needle stick injury problem for travelling clinicians. Including all generic equipment and a permanent point of disposal.


Ashley Hribar-Green

Product Design Technology Ashley.hribar-green@live.uwe.ac.uk www.coroflot.com/ashleyhribar-green +44 (0) 7872 325 971

AHGberries

Computer speaker innovation

Left ‘Aiding the transfer between wheelchair and stairlift for people with disabilities. Above AHGberries concept development.

AHGberries Featured by Coroflot (portfolio website) Awarded ‘Design of the Month’ (Monkey Design)


Gary Hunt

Creative Product Design Gary_hunt_1987@hotmail.com www.coroflot.com/Gary_Hunt

Final year project A haemoglobin test kit to reduce blood donor deferral rates and increasing the number of young generation blood donors.

Haptect A kitchen designed for Stockholm furniture fair to showcase Dupont’s material capabilities. Developed for manufacture while on work placement at Studio John Sebastian in Copenhagen.


Maxwell Irving

Creative Product Design maxwell.irving5@googlemail.com http://www.coroflot.com/maxwell_irving5 +44 (0) 7814 992 061

Left Torch branded for Singapore Airlines. Right Cradle concept for UK Councils to makes urban tree planting easier and cheaper.

RSA competition “Design Out Shoplifting� for Charity Shops. This freestanding unit increases the shoppers experience whilst providing easy surveillance of items.


Sandeep Jassal

Creative Product Design sjassal87@hotmail.co.uk www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign

Left Netjets torch. Above RSA project helping people with Arthritis. Right Kitchen design for the Mark Wilkinson Brand group project.


Oliver Jones

Creative Product Design otjones@live.com +44 (0) 7759 147 578

Left IAMAWARE iPhone App, final year project. Above and right Mark Wilkinson Micro Kitchen design with iPod dock, group project. Below Honda Civic torch concept.


Richard Jones

Product Design Technology Richard19.jones@live.uwe.ac.uk www.coroflot.com/richardljones +44(0) 7940 743 600

Remote controlled adapter To enable the elderly to replace ceiling luminaires. Right Desktop speaker influenced by the natural form of a starfish.

Child’s compact folding scooter Designed and tested to British Standards using Finite Element Analysis software. Design portrays the iconic Vespa brand.


Alexandra Lehser

Creative Product Design Alexandra.lehser@live.uwe.ac.uk www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7909 221 318

Promotional torch for ‘Mini’ - sleek, cheeky and playful.

Above Contemporary Urban kitchen for baby boomers. Left ’Unite’ - RSA concept helping mitigate the threat of terrorism.


Rebecca Liddle

Creative Product Design Bky2005@hotmail.co.uk http://www.coroflot.com/Rebeccaliddle +44 (0) 7769 312 025

Magnetic sketching mat To help ADHD children focus while eating. Provides a subtle distraction as well as promoting interaction with food.

Above Knife designed for rock climbers. Right Bisley office storage and workspace system. Below Mark Wilkinson kitchen design for baby boomers, group project


Daniel Mann

Creative Product Design Loloop@hotmail.com www.coroflot.com/loloop +44 (0) 7503 113 110

Fiat 500 Branded Torch Concept sketches and Rapid Prototyped model.

Tea making device For the visually impaired. Mark Wilkinson Micro kitchen Group project.


Samuel Maples

Creative Product Design samuelmaples@hotmail.co.uk www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7969 604 436

RSA Project A service for the elderly, providing shopping and nutritional advice and Integrating a supermarket into the community.

Mark Wilkinson Micro Kitchen With a 1m2 footprint first place prize group project. Promotional Tourch For the Honda Civic brand.


Christine McFadden Creative Product Design

Christine.Mcfadden@live.uwe.ac.uk www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7985 225 440

Foster Life ‘Our Home, Our Family’. Board game for potential foster families, to aid with bonding and understanding.

Promotional Torch For Singapore Airlines. Mark Wilkinson Micro Kitchen Award winning student kitchen design group project.


Sasha Monaghan

Creative Product Design sasha.monaghan@live.uwe.ac.uk www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44(0) 7837 602 254

Bisley Portable working and storage unit for nomidic office workers. Runner up prize.

Healthy Me Final year project teaches children healthy behaviour in a fun and engaging way.


Edmond O’Driscoll

Product Design Technology Edmondodriscoll@yahoo.com +44 (0) 7593 153 563 +35 3877 511 950

Concept smart kitchen with media hub.

AirWedge Improving inflight comfort. Each of four internal air bags can be manipulated to mould into the shape desired by the passenger.


Matthew Ă–hman

Product Design Technology matt@mattohmandesign.com mattohmandesign.com

Above Concept generation for final major project. Left Vespa inspired folding kick scooter.

Final Major Project Agricultural GPS emergency vehicle locator, vastly improving chance of survival in a life threatening incident.


James Palmer

Product Design Technology james.palmer@hotmail.co.uk www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7881 881 293 Get up and go Helping people with physical disabilities access their personal vehicles. Sense Natural form computer speakers.

GT concept Automotive Inspiration.


Jonathan Pheasant Creative Product Design

jonathanpheasant@hotmail.co.uk www.coroflot.com/jon_pheasant +44 (0) 7912 572 204

Above Mark Wilkinson micro kitchen, group project. Left Concepts for Major Project. Right Promotional Torch.


Grasp A multi use cross-curricular learning aid to encourage exploration, learning and play.

George Pickup

Product Design Technology George@georgepickup.co.uk www.Georgepickup.co.uk +44 (0) 7880 838 777

Bud Speaker A visual exploration of natural form.

H.A Table and chairs designed to compliment and extend an existing kitchen into an outdoor space, Iroko and painted Plywood.


Russel Pollock

Product Design Technology russel.pollock.626@gmail.co.uk www.coroflot.com/RN_Pollock +44 (0) 7851 784 098

Doroko Dai Micro Kitchen group project.

Glide Computer Final year project, improving gliding safety.


Matthew Popek

Creative Product Design m.popek@hotmail.com www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7590 983 025

Netjets promotional torch CAD render and prototype.

Above Service Design concept improving a supermarket’s image in the community. Below Sketch work for final major project. Right Mark Wilkinson micro kitchen, group project.


Caryn Roberts

Creative Product Design caryn.r@hotmail.com www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44(0) 7969 607 889

Fiat 500 promotional torch Lively, functional, cosy and protective.

Social Bubble Final major project.


Joseph Sargeant

Creative Product Design JSargeant88@googlemail.com www.coroflot.com/JoeSargeant +44 (0) 7854 574 032

Torch design based on forms of a Honda Civic.

Retail Security Device Small handheld device visually communicating information about potential shoplifter’s locations.


Chris Weston

Creative Product Design Chris.weston@live.uwe.ac.uk www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7879 441 575

Major Project Reducing accidents caused by water sports and increasing the success rate of RNLI rescues.

Rapid prototype torch model for the Honda Civic. Micro Kitchen Group project


Katherine White

Product Design Technology kat.white89@gmail.com www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/productdesign +44 (0) 7833 292 586

A folding scooter designed with a Vespa theme, with FEA analysis showing stess and displacement.

Major project An aid to help juvenile arthritis patients to wash their hair independently.


Tanya Wigley

Creative Product Design Tanya_Wigley@hotmail.co.uk www.coroflot.com/Tanya_wigley +44(0) 7891 857 768

Fiat 500 branded pocket torch Development sketches and final design.

Mittys allow a child to independently wipe their own bottoms from potty training onwards, Mittys are 100% biodegradable, kind on the skin and reduce tissue consumption by one third.


Charlotte Wood

Creative Product Design charlotte7.wood@live.uwe.ac.uk http://www.coroflot.com/CharlotteWood +44 (0)7875 089 369

Retractable furniture For students living in halls accommodation, where space is limited.

Together An exhibition that helps senior citizens to overcome psychological barriers regarding technology. Promotional Tourch Netjets brand.


Daniel Wright

Creative Product Design Danielwright653@googlemail.com www.coroflot.com/danielarthurwright +44 (0) 7941 721 557

Mark Wilkinson micro-kitchen Designed for the baby boomer generation. Group project awarded first prize.

SheepGuard Detects the loss of sheep from fields or moorland areas, alerting farmers of theft or loss of their livestock.


Mark Wilkinson Kitchen design for a studio flat in a renovated Georgian building, group project.

Alexander Zimmer

Creative Product Design A_zimmer13@hotmail.com www.coroflot.com/azimmer13 +44 (0) 7540 344 924

Promotional torch for Fiat 500 Concepts, CAD model and engineering drawing.


Bisley Office Furniture

Bloodhound SSC In 2010, Product Design Technology second year students worked with the Bloodhound SSC team to produce concept designs which solve the complex problem of lifting and moving Bloodhound SSC between runs. The ergonomic test rig for the cockpit of Bloodhound SSC, which was designed and made by PDT students in 2008, was exhibited in the Ergonomics - Real Design Exhbition at the Design Museum London in 2010.

In 2007, a UWE student ‘live’project in collaboration with Bisley lead to the manufacture of the highly sucessful Bisley Bite. In 2010 the Bisley Bite, was awarded a ‘Honourable Mention’ in the Red dot design awards. In 2010, Creative Product Design second year students worked on a live project with Bisley to design another innovative new office furniture concept.


Mark Wilkinson Kitchens Concept micro kitchens for baby boomers, designed by this years graduating students and presented to Mark Wilkinson OBE, in the studios of Mark Wilkinson Kitchens.

Unmistakably Mark Wilkinson

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