Skip to content Skip to navigation
Soldering AeroPress

Soldering AeroPress

I was involved heavily in the electronics of the prototype both coding and physical circuits. Coding in C to a PIC micro-controller was undertaken to make the product function. Several bells and whistles were added such as automatic stirring, the option to personalise brew time to the second and an interlock on the door for safety.

Camping stove - ready for travel

Camping stove - ready for travel

This image shows the stove packed away ready for transport. The stove is designed to be complete with all parts required for cooking such as the pots/pans, hoses and pan handles stored inside the main body of the stove itself.

Functional prototype

Functional prototype

A functional prototype was constructed to test the concept. It proved the concept! The air flow required a more powerful fan than was previously specified however after adjusting this the seal was successfully shown to function.

Sarah England

The area of design I find most exciting is problem solving. Put simply, I like fixing things for people and hope my work reflects that.

I enjoy working on and leading technically-challenging, design projects. I aspire for projects to involve complex problems and realising meaningful and viable solutions. One of the biggest challenges facing designers today is sustainability. I have a keen interest in this due to a desire to improve the world as well as finding the scale and complexity of the task fascinating. My key strengths: Problem-solving, Creativity, Leadership I am proficient in the following software: Autodesk Inventor, AutoCAD and Sketchbook Pro, Solidworks, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, Keyshot and Microsoft office.


'19 Diploma in Professional Studies


'19 Design School, Degree Show Team '17 Tutoring A-level Product Design

July 2017 - September 2018

Product Design and Support Placement Student at Brett Martin Daylight Systems