Final year project
Improving Upon The Standard Human-Computer Interaction Tools
Final Year Design Practice project, a programmable foot operated peripheral. Using a modular design allowing chaining the device with additional FOPs to increase functionality.
Mobile speaker designed for manufacture. The main body designed to be injection moulded and other parts to snap fit, leaving a flush finished product.
Screen layouts for Charge 'n' Go, a charging point finder app for travellers who need to charge their devices on the go.
Pilot study into the effectiveness of VR in the design process. Participants use VR to manipulate a 3D model comparing it to standard CAD solutions commonly used today.
My final year focus has been around human-computer interaction. I believe with the advancements in computational power it is growing increasingly important to focus on how we interact with these systems, improving how we use them as tools to further human development.
I am a creative, innovative, and adaptive person. I like to create simple and effective solutions to problems by using skills acquired and enhanced through university and professional experience. My main interest lies in technology. With design I think it is important to look beyond the problem. Being able to see the big picture. I try to question as much as possible. I want to carry this into the workplace helping to bolster a design ethos improving products and services that will in turn improve peoples everyday lives.
'19 Diploma in Professional Studies
September 2017 - September 2018