Tide is a Surfing forecast app, which is more natural way of processing wave and swell data. Rather than trawling through tables and bar charts, tide creates a more gestural way of exploring the waves through time whilst allowing fast access to the data that most is important to surfers.
Tide is now available from the Windows Phone App Store from the following link . . . http://www.windowsphone.com/en-gb/store/app/tide/e714e970-9060-47b0-a463-79d5f79c7110
Interaction Design, Motion Graphics, UI/UX
Hitch is a new way of capturing memories for family events such as weddings and christenings. Paired cameras allow greater integration and ease of access to a range of shared photos taken by others. Paired devices can upload photos by placing on dock (capable of NFC and Wireless charging) and photos from other cameras can also be shared via cardslot of bluetooth connection.
Industrial Design, Photography, UI/UX
Based on the idea that 64% of children play outside less than once a week, and 31% of children are now considered overweight or obese in the UK, Moosh watches create a fun and interactive experience which encourages children to play outside. The watches allow children to connect to each other, whilst aiming to get rid of social playground stigmas. Moosh also allows children to reflect on daily activities and collect online badges.
Industrial Design, Interaction Design, Web Design
The OSIM Curve was part of a student project to create a Health and Fitness Product aiming to make physical activity fun. The project was a collaboration between Jonathan Richardson, Jennie Morley and Emma Darby and myself.
Industrial Design, Interaction Design, Branding
I was lucky enough to be chosen for New Designers Exhibition in London to exhibit my product, Moosh Watches. Each University produces an exhibiton stand and I played a crucial role in the team at Loughborough. I was in charge of Graphic Design of the boards as well as the helping with the overall art direction of the Header Images and Group Photo as shown below.
Exhibition Design, Graphic Design, Industrial Design
9,000 word document describing how Storytelling can be used to Create Emotional Impact in Branding and Design
Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Print Design