Final year project
Enabling Raynaud’s sufferers to regain control over their condition by reducing the frequency and length of attacks
A device to help Raynaud's sufferers manage their condition.
The product uses responsive textile ‘Celliant’ to convert heat and UV light into FIR. A proven solution to reducing the severity and length of Raynaud’s attacks.
Promoting the blood flow to the extremities.
Stimulating the wrists’ pressure points increases blood flow to the extremities, further reducing the length of an attack.
Exploded view of the device.
Sufferers can experience an attack of Raynaud's at any point. Efficient use of space provides all the features needed whilst remaining portable.
Disney Toddler Backpack designed for LittleLife during year in industry
Winnie the Pooh Toddler Backpack with Rein, teach your child to walk and wander, whilst helping with balance and confidence. Used with permission of LittleLife. On sale nationwide.
Toddler Reins designed for LittleLife during year in industry.
One of 3 reins designs produced for LittleLife, keep your toddler safe and near whilst also having the option to let them run free and explore. Used with permission of LittleLife. On sale nationwide.
Application of Mechanics and Embedded Systems for Design.
A 12-week project completed in a group of 4 with the aim to design, analyse, manufacture and evaluate an electromechanical AeroPress device.
I am a hard-working and conscientious designer with a keen interest in User Experience design. I take great joy in finding the intricate details of a user's journey, and through design, providing pleasurable experiences.
I thoroughly enjoyed my year in industry learning every stage of the design process from sketch to communicating with factories and pitching to directors. In my spare time I am a passionate photographer, forever chasing the perfect image that captures both character and emotion.
'19 Diploma in Professional Studies
'19 Design School, Degree Show Team
07/2017 - 07/2018
'18 Lifemarque - Product Designer