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Yoonkyung Yoo Product Design student yoonkyung.yoo@northumbria.ac.uk +44 78 578 16397


Design Process

#development elaboration of conceptions positive & negative sektch

#inspiration first idea research of sensation

#analysis research observe understand

#creation finalisation details of the product 3D model & prototype


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personal projects

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team projects

sketch work & rendering

model making

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Plate drop - Research Natural Components

Man Made Components

Current Trends in Plate Packaging Examples from John Lewis and Marks and Spencer

Lamination

Bends

Ribs

Folds

Air


Plate drop - Designing the Prototypes Prototype Model 1 - Columns Acting as Similar Property to RIBS

Prototype Model 2 - Cardboard Designed in Zig Zag Model with Property of BENDS


Plate drop - Designing the Prototypes Prototype Model 3 - Cardboard Designed as Holders Using the Properties of FOLD

Prototype Model 4 - Cardboard Designed as Holders Using the Properties of AIR


Plate drop - Final Packaging Model Less usage of packaging materials, more product exposure and convenience

eco-design

more air


Environment Design


General Research Question Current Problem AMBIGUITY There is no queue so hard to recognise which part can make people make line.

CHAOS

MATERIALS

Disorder with waiting people and pedestrians

Easy to destroy Weakness of sustaining power

SAFETY

SANITATION

Bus stops randomly so makes people confused and put them in dangerous.

Depending on person, who wants to sit indivually or together. Unsanitary


Analyse

Target Equitable use (Universal design)

Where Bus stop area Pavement

Aim Increase safety

How Sound Colour Lighting Piezo sensor

Smooth pedestrian footway Giving clear bus route information


Materials

Stainless Steel

Piezo Sensor resistance to corrosion and staining Excellent formability Good strength and toughness at cryogenic temperatures

dragontrail

thinness lightness damage-resistance high scratch resistance

alloy steel durability corrosion resistance toughness hardness

solanyl Hard to get rusty Sustainability Shock resistance High melting point

It generates an electric charge when placed under mechanical stress.


Concept & Sketch Development


Final Design Front View

route

Top View

Side View

How it operates

When people step on the sensor on the pavement, the square shaped sensors make sound so people feel curious, causing people to form a queue. Also, there are sensors on the driveway which indicates where the bus should stop. Usually, when the buses are stopping in bus stop, it is confusing for the driver to know where to stop and the passengers need to queue. If there is prevention/device in the form of a sensor, it could be easily recognised where the bus should be stopped. Both sensors are saving energy when they are pressed by people and buses, thus, the saved energy produced light on the bus route(LED) and also travel map which shows the route for travellers.


Product Design


Visualisation Design


Computer Application - Illustrator NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

NEWCASTLE

Restaurant

Shopping Centre Discovery Museum

Cafe

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Bank

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CORPORATION STREET

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Atrraction

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WESTGATE ROAD

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Art Centre & Museum

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Church

BATH

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Monument

USEFUL INFORMATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

La tasca : Latasca Kitchen

106 The Quayside Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 3DX Tel : 0191 2304006 Manageer : Mandy Davison Opening times : Monday - Sunday ( 08:00 - 23:00 )

Nando’s : Eldon Square Shopping

City Sightseeing Ltd.

Centre, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 7JD Tel : 0191 233 1535 Opening times : Monday - Friday ( 11:30 - 23:00 ) Saturday ( 11:30 - 23:00 ) Sunday ( 12:00 - 22:00 )

Tel : 0191 228 8900 Opening times : (01/04/2013 - 27/10/2013) - 10:30 - 15:00 (27/10/2013 - 01/12/2013) - 10:30 - 14:30

N E W C A S T L E

3D map

easy to read

Hot Places

U P O N

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Cafe Royal : 8 Nelson Street,

Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne And Wear, NE1 5AW Tel : 0191 231 3000 Opening times : Monday - Friday ( 08:00 - 18:00 ) Saturday ( 08:00 - 18:00 ) Sunday ( Closed )

Theatre Royal : 100 Grey Street

BALTIC 39 : High Bridge,

Grainger Market : 100 Grey Street

Opening times : Monday, Wednesday ( 09:00 - 17:00 ) Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday ( 09:00 - 17:30 ) Sunday ( Closed )

Newcastle upon Tyen, Tyne and Wear NE1 6BR Tel : 0191 232 0997 Opening times : Open all year

Newcastle upon Tyen, Tyne and Wear NE1 6BR Tel : 0191 211 5542

Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne And Wear, NE1 1EW Tel : 0191 261 3830 Opening times : Open all year Prices : Free Admission


Sketch work & Rendering

Model Making


Sketch work - Salt & Pepper Dispensers


Photoshop Rendering - Internal


Photoshop Rendering - Radio


Model Making - Watch Process

Details


Team Project


Analyse


Storyboard

While asleep.... In the bath....

This is Emma. She has an abrupt sleeping pattern due to her job. She uses the Alarm Bracelet to keep her up to date 24/7.

Alarms her by vibration and lighting.


Final Design


Research

Tom Jolley, Yoonkyung Yoo, Jack Streeing, Tom Kendrick

We began to look into existing designs which help with arthritis in the knee. These simple tools are placed into current chairs to help the people who suffer with pain when bending the knees. We also started to look into existing chairs which we believe to be modern, contemprorary and when re-designed with our design language will be efficient and effective without the need of extra aid.

ankle 6% wrist 12%

etc. 17%

Medical history arthritis

knee 45%

In every day life we are faced with walking, bending, straining of the joints in the mostly the knee. This over time can “wear” the ligaments and fluid which surround the knee cap. As the knee begins to grind against the leg bones it can become more than obvious that the patiet is in a great deal of pain. In most cases over 45% of people in the U.K. alone suffer from arthritis in the knee and more than 20% overall suffer in the lower leg region.

back 20%

- The person bends the knee and spine with all the weight pushing on the knee joint. - When sat, the “patients’” knee is usually facing a nighty degree angle. - Patient has to straighten leg out. -This is very un-comfortable. - When Standing up again the patient has to place weight on both wrist’s to push themselves out of the chair.

When sitting down.


How it works?

The rear mechanism, has three angled states. they are positioned in this way so that the weight can be distributed when lifting the patient. The surfaces are flat so that no traction is lost.

The button controlled by the patient, is pushed when they desire to be seated in the lying down position and also when they wish to be raised back up so they can effortlessly lean out of the seat..

Tom Jolley, Yoonkyung Yoo, Jack Streeing, Tom Kendrick

Process

This is our final concept. The chair balances when seated backwards and forwards when the person wishes to climb into or out of the chair. The rear arm lifts the chair from an almost lying down position, mostly used to that of a dentistry chair.


Renders

Tom Jolley, Yoonkyung Yoo, Jack Streeing, Tom Kendrick

Polyester

Latex

Materials

flexible comfortable

non constricting non restrictive

Polyester fabrics can provide specific advantages over natural fabrics, such as improved wrinkle resistance, durability and high colour retention.


Thank you!

Yoonkyung Yoo (Adella) - Year 1 DFI Portfolio  

Yoonkyung Yoo (Adella) 12011544 - Year 1/level 4 DFI Portfolio

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