Final year project
A guide dog handle with integrated turn-by-turn navigation
The handle carries the form of many existing guide dog handles whilst an array of motors within the handle receive turn-by-turn instructions from a paired smartphone.
A functional prototype enabled the development and testing of the haptic feedback patterns with guide dogs and their owners.
A range of feedback can be provided through the motor array tracing the proposed path that the user should take at the appropriate intervals.
A spot cleaning device for jeans that encourages users to reduce the amount that they wash their jeans thus prolonging the jeans service life.
A product designed to allow women in less affluent areas of India to confidentially share their experiences with each other.
Always loved taking things apart, rarely able to put them back together. £30k and a degree later, not much has changed...
Whilst I enjoy designing beautiful furniture and lighting, creating meaningful products that truly benefit users is where my passion lies. I love generating a range of ideas, exploring each aspect of a design through sketching and modelling in pursuit of the most functional and pleasing solution whilst prioritising the users’ needs.
'19 Diploma in Professional Studies
09/17 - 08/18
'18 Design Intern - redLoop '18 Design Intern - All Things Code