Tag Archives: Industrial Design

Reviving the Mac

My workhorse home computer is a 13 inch Macbook, one of the “ipod white” ones. I took advantage of the favourable exchange rate when in Canada to buy one when I lived and studied there. That makes the computer approaching … Continue reading

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PDes Revisited

Saturday night was a crazy time warp for me, it was the first time I had met up with some of my old Leeds University Product Design class mates since we graduated two and a half years ago. It was very … Continue reading

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Bicycles: A Companion Product

A few weeks ago I blogged about some of my design weaknesses, the things that just draw you in even against your better judgement. I’ve got one more for you but this isn’t a weakness its more of a personal … Continue reading

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Carleton University

I spent a year on Exchange studying at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada starting nearly 3 years ago from August 2006 to June 2007. This was where my passion for design really sparked into life, I began putting together the … Continue reading

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Glasgow: A Designer’s City

I’d like to think of myself as someone who has traveled a fair bit, Canada, The USA, Uganda, Kenya, Italy… erm Wales but when it comes to heading north of the green green grass of home I have been a … Continue reading

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Team Project: VERSA

The first of the team projects that I am presenting this week is the VERSA collapsible wheelbarrow designed as part of a competition for Canadian Tyre during my 3rd year of studying at Carleton University. The aim of the project … Continue reading

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