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By Charley

On 11, Mar 2016 | In | By Charley

ergo

Ergo is a service that creates personally ergonomic tools that can then be further customised by the user.

Ergo enables users with dexterity issues an easier and more comfortable way to enjoy the act of making. Created primarily for end-users with disabilities that affect their hands, Ergo builds upon inclusive design principles, but improves them by custom-making any tool to perfectly a person’s hand.

Ergo Research

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By Charley

On 10, Mar 2016 | In | By Charley

turtle

turtle empowers dementia patients though mental and physical guided sensory stimulus. Created in collaboration with Amalie Skedre.

Turtle Research

By Charley

On 10, Mar 2016 | In | By Charley

Nationwise

A banking service created and tailored for 16-25 year olds.

Nationwise Booklet

 

By Charley

On 25, Jan 2016 | In | By Charley

Swapp

“Save money, less waste”

Created to reduce food waste through swapping unwanted food within a community.  Swapp enables users to meet new people and make friends within their community. Swapp can help to reduce expensive ‘top up shops’ for one food item that students may need to create a meal.

Swapp Research

Live App Prototype

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By Charley

On 10, Dec 2015 | In | By Charley

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“Its quick and easy and less embarrassing”

A 24-hour collection service of healthcare essentials. Created due to a need for a non-embarrassing way to purchase certain healthcare items such as Condoms, Thrush cream, anti diarrhea medication etc. This service was created through user insights with continual user feedback throughout its development and design process.

“It feels safer, more convenient and less embarrassing” – Sarah Mathews, 18

Vendor Research

App Prototype

Film

 

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By Charley

On 21, Oct 2015 | In | By Charley

iPhone Intervention

An interactive exhibition in which users are immersed within an iPhone intervention.

iPhone Intervention for iphone

Iphone Intervention Exhibition Film

This is a short animation about an average persons phone usage that was shown in the interactive exhibition through a users phone.

 

iPhone Intervention for computer

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By Charley

On 21, Oct 2015 | In | By Charley

Postage

The human interactions of postage.

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By Charley

On 16, Mar 2015 | In | By Charley

Unusable

Unusable is a pop up exhibition that aims to raise awareness of the difficulties disabled users have with consumable product designs. The products that many consumers can’t use have been made unusable for everyone to illustrate this. This project was in collaboration with Jess Nwedga a product designer that suffers from Cerebal palsy.

For more information visit

The Unusable

 

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By Charley

On 16, Mar 2015 | In | By Charley

Scribble Me

The tableware company Duni set the brief to design a new exciting tableware set.  I worked with Emma Young to create an interactive tableware set for children. We designed plates, a tablecloth, napkins, cups and bunting. The plate contains an image of our main character ‘Scribble Me’. The idea behind the illustrations and designs are to encourage children to be creative at a mealtime. Some of the drawings are completed however some are only partially drawn in order to encourage the children to complete the illustrations themselves. The design of the cup is an extension of the tablecloth, adding a 3D element. The napkins show illustrations of accessories that you can place onto the character.  This project was in collaboration with Emma Young.

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By Charley

On 12, Feb 2015 | In | By Charley

Light Embrace

This lamp is designed ergonomically to fit comfortably to the contours of the human body. The lamp lights up when the user hugs it, the tighter the user hugs the lamp the brighter it lights up. This product could be used by anyone but in particular it would be good for someone that suffers from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) as a new form of comforting light therapy.