Final year project
Improving the quality of life for people with dementia living at… [Read more]
domar hub and wearable at home
The hub plays task reminders and the wearable features Bluetooth tracking and triggers soothing music when required.
Reminders can be programmed via the app to create daily or weekly schedules. Full app prototype: https://xd.adobe.com/view/0ac70755-2e08-410d-6ef4-3ec769b459c6-7cf6/?fullscreen
domar hub options
The hub can be personalised depending on the user's styling needs to increase familiarity.
domar wearable options
The wearable can be personalised to mirror the user’s existing watch with interchangeable bezels, bodies and straps.
domar colour options
The hub's cylindrical design comes in a range of popular colours to suit user needs.
The hub and wearable packaging featuring domar branding.
domar internal components
An exploded view showing how the internal components fit inside the hub.
domar ideation sketching
Ideation sketching was used to generate initial concepts to create the final design above.
Commercially minded industrial designer who is motivated by creating meaningful products which focus on the user and adds benefit to society.
Every three minutes globally one person will develop dementia. It severely affects cognitive functions and currently has no cure. At present there are insufficient carers in the UK to look after dementia sufferers. I chose the dementia area to address the urgent social needs and lack of personal care. domar (Daily Organisation Music And Relaxation) assists sufferers by using audio and visual reminders to stimulate the brain to perform basic daily tasks. It can track the wearer’s location for safety reasons putting family members at ease, alert issues and play music to reduce anxiety.
At the outset I knew little about dementia requiring me to adapt quickly and draw upon my personal experiences. My strengths are being a task orientated industrial designer with efficient project management capabilities. I am keen on originality and making products functional using software packages (Adobe, Solidworks, Keyshot), user experience and technical knowledge. My aim is to become a designer either in an industrial or bespoke design team accommodating a wide variety of user needs.
Final year project
Improving the quality of life for people with dementia living at home
'20 Diploma in Professional Studies
At Endpoint I worked as a Junior Designer in the Design Team creating technical drawings and improving ideation skills. After six months I switched to the Production Team as a Technical Production Manager overseeing projects, implementing solutions and interfacing with numerous suppliers.
August 2018 - August 2019
Junior Designer and Technical Production Manager, Endpoint