Final year project
Improving the appeal of second hand clothing shops by recognising the… [Read more]
Origin - a retailing tool at the centre of a second hand vintage store
Provides sellers and buyers with a true picture of a garments value in terms of material, brand and manufacturing skills.
Origin - thermal transfer printing technology
Thermal transfer printing is used to create authentication point of sale cards which connect the customer to the history of the garment digitally.
Origin - identify & authenticate
Image recognition and pattern matching is used to identify the authenticity of each item and create a record of the garment to showcase its provenance.
Hour - escape & embrace
Hour endeavours to break the habit of using a phone constantly, allowing users to re-connect with their surroundings.
Hour - obsessed with your phone?
Set yourself goals, put away your phone and gain back lost hours.
Hour - scenario
Enjoy a digital detox with maximum productivity and minimal temptation.
I am an industrial design graduate from Loughborough University. I have always had an interest in art and design and since studying at Loughborough these interests have been nurtured into professional skills.
My placement year was spent working in a technical design office within a factory involved in modular design. This gave me an opportunity to use various software packages including AutoCAD to create production drawings from the customer specifications. The experience gave me a useful insight into translating an idea into a real product. My professional skills in communication and teamwork were paramount when solving design problems.
Final year project
Improving the appeal of second hand clothing shops by recognising the value of vintage fashion.
'20 Diploma in Professional Studies
July 2018 - July 2019
Design Intern, Prestige Homeseeker Park and Leisure Homes