Not everything can be connected into the Internet of Things, or turned into a smart appliance. Listener is the conversion from analogue into digital. It hears and understands the real world so that you can be even more connected to it.
Listener bridges this gap by combining listening hardware with a concept app for the connected world, with the goal of bringing notifications to the things in life that aren’t digital. Continue reading Connected app concept project: Listener
M&S Boutique differentiates the brand from its competitors by offering a unique retail experience, leading to better discovery of products where each boutique stall showcases a product category and delivers a connected, personalised shopping experience Continue reading Marks & Spencer Boutique
A group project with 4 Mechanical Engineers and myself to design a medical product for the NHS to enhance patient-professional communication.
Our answer: a smart walking stick that aids the rehabilitation process by providing pressure feedback, monitoring of activity and falls, and providing this data to a physiotherapist.
Continue reading Rehabilitation Walking Stick
Re-imagining the design of a key ring, inspired by Naoto Fukasawa’s ‘Design without Thought’ philosophy, where the user should naturally be able to interact with the design. Continue reading KeyBand
Researching society and living conditions in India indicated that nearly 40% of households have >6 occupants and that new developments in high-density, low income areas were disliked due to a lack of community. This sustainable, low cost design addresses these issues Continue reading Mumbai Social Housing
An assistive device that enables for visually impaired and blind users to hear what physical, real- world objects are around them using NFC/iBeacon technology Continue reading Audible World