Final year project
Personal Urinalysis Dipstick Device
Urine Analysis Device
A simple, clean aesthetic allows users to test their condition daily in the comfort of their own home without the product looking overtly medical.
Night Time Urine Collection
The optimal time for urine collection is during the night as it has been in the bladder for the longest amount of time. Users wanted to be able to test their urine without turning light, disturbing partners and waking themselves up further. The product therefore incorporates a glowing illuminating light.
Results Via App
All results are sent to the user via an app which can store critical testing data, allowing users to build up a diary of their condition and aid tracking their critical symptoms.
Urine Wheel Rotating Sample
The outer wheel rotates the sample 200 degrees, allowing gravity to drip the urine into the device and the urine strips that absorb the liquid. The internal scanner subsequently reviews the colour change and alerts the user to any abnormal figures.
Back Of Product
The back of the product allows the device to be wall mounted, containing the urine strips so that they are safe from moisture whilst allowing the back light to illumnate through.
Glowing Halo Effect
Side View of Nighttime Collection
Light Testing During Development
My final year project aims to improve the accuracy, hygiene and ease of testing for urine detectable diseases. Currently home dipstick tests are messy, prone to user error and hard to read and record results. My product aims to reduce the urine touch-points, automate the reading of the urine strips and record the results in a diary format via an app.
A business minded student looking to combine a creative, problem solving skill set, whilst utilising two years marketing experience to help take interesting creative designs to market. I am looking to specialise in IOT business development, helping to nurture design entrepreneurs and business start ups, helping connect their devices to a growing network of connect AI networks through new and evolving digital channels whilst a member of the Vodafone Digital Graduate scheme.
Oversaw the fulfilment of £3.6 million worth of products to 4,400 employees whilst project managing my placement companies employee loyalty schemes e-commerce website. Grew the companies affiliate channel +57% annually, through day-to-day management across 7 multinational beauty brands. Project led entire paid channel launch for the brand House99 by David Beckham.
June 2017 - August 2018
L'Oreal Luxuary Division