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Hannah Noble

Industrial Design and Technology

User comfort

User comfort

Product form encourages intuitive use by securely fitting against the body, to effectively collect a urine sample. Flow is redirected at an angle through the extendable exit channel, suitable for standing or sitting use.

The brand

The brand

Sampl communicates a safe and reliable user experience from collection, to extraction and transportation. This ensures user confidence is maintained in the processes of sample testing, and result accuracy.

Hannah Noble

I am a forward thinking designer, who values purposeful design direction to solve genuine user needs.

My design enjoyment stems from understanding the core need of a product, in relation to how well it will impact the user. This has been developed from responding to the importance user needs, which is where I discovered a passion for the research process of design. I have learnt to prioritise what is derived from user insights, into product solutions to achieve efficient product use. When designing, I enjoy communicating open-mindedly with peers for testing and evaluation purposes, through to discussing with individuals of expertise, to ensure solutions are being considered from all areas. The course experience has highlighted the importance and strength in sketch communication, which I have learnt to incorporate at all design stages. Being introduced to the flexibility needed to adapt to various design environments and approaches on my placement year, enabled me to effectively extract key design criteria for a functional solution. This skill has been heavily utilised in my final year project, by designing for a medical background. Looking forward, I would like to continue engaging in collaborative environments for user-centred design, with an additional interest in design research.

Final year project

Increasing young women’s engagement in cervical testing through a non-invasive, self-sampling solution.


'20 Diploma in Professional Studies


August 2018 - December 2018

Junior Product Designer, DELCO

March 2019 - June 2019

Industrial Designer, Serial Future Visions

June 2019 - September 2019

UX Designer, Sandtable