Reinventing the Distribution System of Aid Supplies in endangered areas.
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Through a high fidelity wire framing process, I could map out the entire experience of the site, understanding the user flows and the purpose behind the platform. The segmented-page approach allows for a personal on boarding process, and a seamless sponsorship flow.
Yaku - quechua word for water - is a water vessel for people in developing countries that rely on an external source of water for their use. It's goal is to conserve clean water hermetically, avoiding the risk of infection, that often leads to waterborne diseases. It is designed based on the current traditions and mechanisms of water transportation in the communities.
Pratt's Center for Sustainable Design Strategies (CSDS) organized a competition asking students to design an identity program and a system through which students repurpose waste, by collecting and offering used art supplies free of charge.
Safeout is a smart door mechanism designed for college dorm residents, reducing the number of lockouts, by better communicating the students when the door is unlocked or not, additionally optimizing communication with security when in an emergency. This concept is meant to remind the user to take his or her keys with them as they exit the space to avoid lock outs and improve house safety.
MESUKA is a handcrafted occasional table made out of Poplar. The idea was to create a functional table to be placed in an environment with limited space, targeted to a young audience living in urban areas. This allows the user to place different objects on the lower level as well as the top one creating a versatile product.
Submission for the 2014 IES Student Lighting competition. The theme of the year was "A Light Touch". Galakzia creates a kaleidoscopic and dynamic visual experience in which one is welcomed to direct the perspective of an incased limitless environment. A light touch is created by the perspectival control the viewer has on the projected visual texture
Smart Herb Garden
The SMART Herb Garden, is a solar powered product that has LED lights embedded on the bottom surface, that light up to remind the user to water the plants. At the same time, this product allows the user to expand the number of herbs to grow, by being able to connect the product with another of the same version. This product is meant to promote local consumption and environmental friendliness through in - house gardening.
This whole project began by the specifications of creating a Time Mechanism for an environmental activist. Therefore I proceeded to develop a Time Mechanism that would contribute to their lifestyle. By measuring the time home - grown herbs are exposed to sunlight and how that affects their life cycle I developed this product to make Home - Herb - Growing more efficient and effective.
The SMART Herb Garden, has embeded LED lights on the extruded bottom surface, and these turn on to remind the user to water the plants. The LED lights are powered by a solar panel located towards the back of the product for better reach of sunlight. (above)
The Ipod Dock project was a one week project, manufactured with a geometric understanding of form and shape. It is shown with an embedded speaker and button pad for better use. This prototype was created with RenShape and a metallic mesh, and it was painted using an airbrush.