University of Brighton : BSc (Hons) Product Design (2:1)
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In many 3rd world countries, less fortunate families are forced to travel dangerously on motorcycles. Very often seen are 2 or 3 children sandwiched by thier parents on busy roads. KapiKa is a body attachment designed to provide extra seating, some storage space and protection from the sun and rain without having to buy a car. KapiKa is designed to be a safer alternative for family travel.
A collection of snowglobes by German company, Koziol (www.koziol.de). I designed the backdrop for this product which was then matched with existing figurines while on placement at the company.
Rudolph the moose or elch in german is part of the Koziol Christmas collection as a keychain and Christmas tree ornament. Also designed while on placement.
An integrated sweeping tool which comprises a dustpan and a broom. Makes sweeping easier as only one hand is required to sweep, scoop dust and carry.
This table was designed for a small private mosque in Malaysia. The client conducts religious classes and needed table for people to read and write on while sitting on the floor.
A 3D model of the designer. Modelled in Rhinocerous and rendered in Cinema 4D.
I have always wanted to be to be a designer. But what designer, I wasn’t sure. So, when I heard about the course Product/Industrial Design, it immediately felt like the perfect course for me as it involves both technicality and creativity.
I tend to explore colours and shapes in my designs as well as integrating eastern and western elements. I believe that products should be designed to enrich lives, to help facilitate in daily activities and to improve the quality of life - physically, mentally and emotionally. I consider my style as fun and playful but at the same time functional.
I am multi-disciplinary designer. Currently my freelance work include: Products, Websites, Graphics and a little bit of Fashion Design (bags, T-shirts). I am hoping that a job in the industry will give me a chance to explore the more technologically demanding side of Product Design and develop more sophisticated products.
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