Final year project
Extracting water from the enviroment and using it to automatically irrigate plants in the greenhosue
DRY-SPELL is a product designed to help optimise plant growth in greenhouses while reducing the time and comitment required by the owner. The solar powered device replaces a panel where it then harvests water through atmospheric water generation and rainfall whilst also controlling the internal airflow and humidity. The water is automatically distributed to the plants when moisture sensors in the soil suggest, limiting waste.
TODO consists of an array of fingerprint touch points assigned to specific tasks in the the kitchen. The devices delegate cycled tasks to each family member. Incorporating a points and reward system provides an incentive subsequently reducing tension between family members.
Promotional Injection moulded bottle opener
Promotional bottle opener that fits onto the bottom of a bottles doubling up as a coaster to protect surfaces. Designed and manufactured for injection moulding.
I am a Industrial design graduate from Loughborough University. I have always had a eye for design and creative thinking. I believe that great design has to stem from the user in every aspect and grow from their needs and preferences.
As a highly passionate and creative designer I am always always striving for the next challenge. I work tirelessly to iron out any imperfection in my designs in pursuit of a seamless end result . I am a bold and ambitious designer with a high work ethic and when faced with a challenge I push myself to complete it to the highest standard. I have acquired a large range of skills during my studies. I am excited for the next step, to be able to use these skills in industry while continually gaining more knowledge.
'19 RSA Student Awards, Design School Nominee '18 Diploma in International Studies '17 BPMA Design Awards, Shortlisted '16 Student Starpack Awards, Commended
12/17 - 08/18