Final year project
A filter device for removing oil pollutants from marinas and coastal waters
The design considers two key needs; reducing the environmental impact of fuel spills and making the environment more safe for the marina users.
A compact multi cooking platform which allows young professionals in Hong Kong's co-share apartments to comfortably cook in the limited space they have access to.
Once the absorbent material is fully saturated the product alerts the user, from this the user is then able to remove and replace the cartridge safely.
I am a dedicated team player, with strong organisational, time-management and communication skills, as evidenced by my involvement in project work within my placement year and my participation in the Loughborough Rowing Team.
Skills and strengths: • Design justification - being able to justify my designs gives people confidence and allows them to understand how I solved the problem. • Agile Techniques - able to break down large projects, allowing for a more effective use of other people’s time. It also gives me the ability to understand, and gain clarity, of what is being asked and what needs to be delivered. • Production - increased knowledge of design for manufacture and working with other team members to achieve a desired outcome. • Continuous Testing - Understanding the need for testing to enable successful development of the product. • Not being afraid to fail (fail fast) - the use of iterative design. Gaining a greater understanding of rapid prototyping techniques and 3D printing. • Communication strategy - the need to be inclusive of all stake holders though out the design life cycle.
'19 Diploma in Professional Studies
'16 MWC - CAD Designer
June 2017 - June 2018
'18 Avon Protection - Student Design Engineer