MY WORK FOCUSES ON GEnerating EMPATHETIC AND VALUABLE EXPERIENCES THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE AND ENGAGING DESIGNS.
RE-DESIGNING MENSTRUAL EXPERIENCE
Iron Deficiency is one of the top nutritional disorders in the world- affecting 1 in 10 women’s health in the United Kingdom. This disorder occurs mainly due to extreme blood loss and constitutes, one of the many major side effects of heavy periods.
Femo aims to redesign the female menstrual experience by facilitating the process of self-tracking the user’s menstruation cycles and Haemoglobin levels.
The product features a non-invasive haemoglobin meter that simultaneously measures one’s blood glucose levels, oxygen saturation levels (SpO2) and heart rate, while also acting as a wireless phone charger and an alarm pill reminder.
“Iron deficiency occurs due to extreme blood loss and is another major side effect of heavy periods.”
Progress may be logged more comprehensively by pairing Femo—via Bluetooth connection—with Femo that monitors the users’ blood levels, total blood loss and emotional patterns.
The system encourages users to incorporate the aforementioned haemoglobin meter into their morning routines through an elegant ritualistic device that reminds users to tend to their health.
They See Me Rollin’
Utility Trolley—created for the London based, British design company “Very Good and Proper”-envisages a timeless yet nostalgic furniture piece FOCUSING ON CRAFTSMANSHIP AND MATERIALITY PRODUCTION PROCESS.
With its minimal design, the Utility Trolley fits into just any space; either by sliding under your desk to store away any miscellaneous, carrying your drinks into and out of meeting rooms, or to wheel your documents into the co-working space with ease.
Constructed in two American Cherry veneered formed Birch Plywood trays, 3 steel tubes and a rolled steel sheet. There are interchangeable options such as Oak, Birch Plywood for the trays, and 5 different colour options for steel tubes. Also available in 3 different sizes to fit users’ needs.