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Winaya Kamaputri Industrial Design Portfolio
AWARDS + ACHIEVEMENTS
Enthusiastic young design student aiming to become an influential designer; impacting the community and primarily contributing excellency to the professional work practises
2 0 1 0 DESIGNBOOM COMPETITION “The Intelligent Hand” in collaboration with MACEF (Milano) - 2 SHORTLISTED ENTRIES -
2 0 0 8 SEBEL FURNITURE “Green Furniture Design Competition” - Certificate of Commendation -
STATE of DESIGN Melbourne, Aug 2009, Jun 2010- Jul 2010 Volunteer: Design Capital and Paper Plane Academy - Mentoring young kids; research and developing concept; setting up, preparation and distribution of materials
2 0 0 8 NASA TECH BRIEFS “Create the Future Design Contest” - Top 10 Most Viewed Entries -
JIVE JUICE AUSTRALIA Melbourne, Feb 2007- Sept 2007 - Sales: kitchen hand, cleaning and store maintenance
2 0 0 8 GOLDEN KEY AWARD RMIT University - Good achievements and excellent performances -
MSF (Multicultural Student Fellowship) RMIT University: Student Club, Jan 2007- current - President of MSF RMIT: leading club; administrative work; event organizing - MSF Design Division: designing club’s profile, posters, Tshirts, and more
2 0 0 8 RMIT LEAD- Voluntary Leadership Role Planning and implementation of RMIT Orientation Program - Valuable and recognized contribution 2 0 0 6 - 2 0 0 7 BEST STUDENT AWARD RMIT University - Academic Excellence -
DESIGN skills Hand sketching, computer 3D modeling, rendering and technical drawing Model making, prototyping and manufacturing Product development and design research Graphic design, web design, photography, multimedia COMPUTER skills 3D: Solidworks, Rhinoceros, 3D studio Max, Google Sketch, CATIA (basic) 2D: Auto CAD, Adobe (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver) Basic Programming: processing, HTML/PHP, C/C++/C#, XML, CSS, Java EndNotes nad Microsoft Offices (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
KURIOZ MEDIA PRODUCTION Melbourne, Jan 2009-Mar 2009 - Furniture designer: research, design, manufacturing, set up
MPC (Melbourne Praise Centre) Melbourne, Jan 2007- current - Graphic design and photography team, property service, cell group leader
R M IT U N I V E R S ITY Australia, 2006-2010 Bachelor of Design (Industrial Design) (HONS) currently upholding a 3.8 GPA T U E (Technische Universiteit of Eindhoven) Netherlands, Aug 2009-Feb 2010 International Student Exchange Program Department of Industrial Design R M IT U N I V E R S ITY Australia, Aug 2006-Jan 2007 Certificate: Foundation Studies (Art and Design)
Ik This project has been held on 2009, during my 3rd year of study in RMIT Industrial Design. The aim of this project is to design a Melbourne Bike Sharing system concept in the future. The suggested concept is called â€œCommonbike 24/7 Techâ€?, a part of Melbourne transport system which based on community sharing to develop a sustainable Melbourne and integrated with the advantages of innovative technology access. The technology integrated for the concept is to have a built in GPS system in each of the bike which elaborated with the smart key system. The system benefits the maintenance of the operating system, providing direction and convenience to the users, as well as reducing the vandalism problem. Commonbike support a positive value of building a strong connected community with the culture of sharing. Moreover, the concept is the solution for an ECO city with zero emission and maximizes the use of solar power.
Ik 2 major factors which were learnt from this project are the user experience design and the interactive system design which included product and interface design. During the project, students are also expected to run a bike sharing pilot (CommonBike) in Melbourne for 3 weeks (5-26 May 2009). Active participation in managing the pilot and supervision as the research coordinator were the biggest contributions for the team of the project. At the end of semester, the class hosted the Melbourne Share Bike forum to discuss the outcomes of Common Bike pilot; debate Melbourneâ€™s Bike Sharing needs; and talk about an ideal future system. This design concept has been honourly selected to be presented in this Bike Sharing Forum in 15 June 2009.
* Bike Sharing Forum, Aug 2009
CTRL-A capitalizes to the most efficient design system of office workstation. It enables users to fully control and manage the work environment towards productivity and work effectiveness of the users. Each workstation has a set of individual heater and light for users to set their preference setting of individualâ€™s comfort in work space.
CTRL-A design concept has been acknowledged with the â€œCertificate of Commendationâ€? from SEBEL Furniture in the Green Furniture Design Competition 2008
Ik Robbo-S is a sound detecting robot toy which runs out of solar power. Robbo-S is a solar panel robotic toy which educates kids to be more active and always thinking forward. Robbo-S can be transformed into different formations and it can also be worn as a bracelet for the kids to bring along and yet automatically recharging it. Robbo-S has been developed to react to auditory sound. Therefore, simply clap your hand and Robbo-S will respond and move to the direction of the sound.
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GRAP1051 TECHNOLOGY CAD / DOCUMENTATION
TOLERANCES LINEAR 1.0 mm ANGULAR 0.5°
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R10.00 BOTTOM VIEW
Clover Pty Ltd PROJECT SUN-TOUCHER CAD / DOCUMENTATION
TOLERANCES LINEAR 0.2 mm ANGULAR 0.5°
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Ik Hand Drawing skills
What else can increase your quality of life? Except having an EASE in your future, isnâ€™t it? It is simple, the future will focus on giving an ease in your life. Similarly, SUSHI (from SOFA to STOOL) is a superlative and ergonomically friendly future design which will generate an EASY LIFE in the future. The SUSHI offers its users the FREEDOM to fit in different functions in DIFFERENT SITUATIONS. SUSHI accommodates comfortably the users either as a sofa or a stool or even a bookshelf. With its elegance form design, the SUSHI is more than a simple piece of furniture. It is a metamorphosized functions of furniture for those who appreciate simplicity and elegant aesthetics of the future. The SUSHI is made from high gloss finished FIBER GLASS base with fine fabric upholstery. The SUSHI also comes with unique pattern, which is cut by laser cutting technique. It is most suitable and fit in modern and futuristic home design interiors for adults as well as for children. Most of all, it is BRILIANT, SIMPLE and ELEGANT.
This jewelry piece entitled with “Don’t judge a book by its cover”. Inspired by human psychological expression in contrast, this jewelry piece reflected 2 different emotions which can be judgmental according to human’s perception. Development of the design is including: concept, 3D CAD modeling, silver casting and finishing touches.
Ik Kn_EAT_iT is a modern contemporary set of glassware for eating (cup, bowl, plate, wine glass and more) with a special inspiring knitted surface. The idea behind is inspired by how the art of craft should be appreciated more, and craft is more than what people usually think about. Even cooking can be counted as the art of craftsmanship. For that reason, Kn_EAT_iT is produced as the appreciation of experiencing the art creation (both craftsmanship of the food and its knitted surface). With its textured surface, Kn_EAT_iT enhances the sensual pleasure of experiencing your eating time. The pattern of this glassware creates an extraordinary grip as well as an exquisite aesthetic with the reflection of the glass effect. Kn_EAT_iT has been prototyped by using a silicon mould for a transparent resin. However, the concept is promising to be developed in further material exploration (such as glass or plastic or even silicon base) and other technique (crochet, macramĂŠ, ect).
Shortlisted Winner The Intelligent Hand Competition 2010 Organized by designboom, in collaboration with MACEF
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