SCOPE OF WORK
Industrial Design Researching
The earliest stage of the design process begins with the identification of problems that need to be solved, needs that must be addressed and desires that need to be sated. Design research tends to produce knowledge that can be defined as trans-disciplinary and heterogeneous in nature and that which seeks to improve the world.
Some popular design research methods:
- Product Autopsy
- Scenarios
- Shadowing
- Internet Searches
- Literature Reviews
- Competitor Product Analysis
- Mind Mapping
- User narration
- Brand DNA Analysis
- Market and Retail Research
Ideation - Industrial Design Idea Sketching
Ideation means Involving the creation of a number of different viable concept designs in various ways like sketching, and mockup. Ideation allows me to wrestle with design possibilities, and attempt to give form and meaning to an idea; it firms up the results of researching into ideas.
Watch Design Ideation, hand sketches
Design Development & Detail Design
This phase seeks to refine the chosen concept into a product that satisfies the requirements outlined in the Product Design Specification; Many processes and methods will be applied and mixed while developing designs. This phase also covers the key steps of transforming the chosen concept design into a fully detailed design, with all dimensions and specifications necessary to make the product specified on a detailed drawing.
top-front view in detail rendering (bottle's cap)
bottom-back view in detail rendering (bottle's cap)
Mock-up & Rapid Prototype
Mock-up and rapid prototype, life-size physical model, used to evaluate the physical interaction, scale and proportion of product design concepts. Mock-ups will be built in easily fabricated materials such as rigid card, wood and foam, it can be used to test the color, finish and other specific details for proving the viability of a potential design approach. Then, the rapid prototype (mostly in plastic) is often used to check the design of parts before committing to production tooling. A range of different materials and 3D printing techniques can be used, and subsequently finished by plating, resin reinforcing and painting.
painted plastic prototype | HOMA smart device
painted plastic prototype | HOMA smart device
aluminum prototype | EGO Portable Charging Dock
aluminum prototype | EGO Portable Charging Dock
FEATURED CLIENT
KINIS | US
2018 - Present
Barefoot Shoes

EARABLE | VN, US
2020 - 2021
Smart Wearable Device

PLUME | US
2019 - 2020
Electronic & Smart Devices

AKUZOO | VN, AU
2019
Modular Gear Bag

HOMA TECH | VN
2018
Smart Home Devices

SCOOTERSON | US, EU
2018
Packaging, Backpack

URA | VN
2018
Detergent Bottle
(w Richard Moore Associates)
NHAT GIA | VN
2018
Wooden Decorative Lights

LAM SON | VN
2018
Ergonomic Table & Chair

4KIDS | VN
2018
Toys for Kids

VEVA | SG
2017
Air Purifier

TAKO | VN
2015 - 2016
C1 - Smart IR Controller

BACH TUNG | VN
2017
EGO Portable Charging Dock

SEMIRIS | VN
2016
Sphere Drone

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