Industrial Design Portfolio 2015

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<ul><li><p>Natasha JadhavIndustrial design</p><p>Portfolio</p><p>2015</p></li><li><p>I am a Product design studentcurrently studying at</p><p>ISd Rubika, India.</p><p>I am looking for a6 month internship between</p><p>July 2015 to January 2016.</p><p>HELLO!</p></li><li><p>AbOut ME!</p><p>I am a dreamer and a doer.a traveller and a big foodie.</p><p>I enjoy playing various sports, Football being my most favourite.</p><p>Paragliding and deep-sea diving are few of my recent interests. Travelled around most of India,</p><p>Now plan to travel the world!Going to Outer Space,is on the top of my bucket list!</p></li><li><p>MY PROCESS</p><p>Analyse Create Develop</p><p>define the problem Quick doodles</p><p>Refinement</p><p>validation</p><p>Collect information Existing concept search</p><p>visualisationIn-depth user research</p><p>User scenarios</p><p>Concept generation</p><p>Improved user scenarioObserve</p><p>Mockups FeedbackIdeate</p><p>Conclude</p></li><li><p>dIY BaCKYaRdPersonal Masterclass Project</p><p>1 week</p><p>Partnership Team ProjectLENOvO 3 months</p><p>Personal ProjectBROOMSTICK 2.0 2 weeks</p><p>Personal Masterclass ProjectThE PEaNUT CaRT 1 week</p><p>Personal ProjectRECOvERY vIa dESIGN 2 months</p><p>CONtENt</p></li><li><p>DIY BACKYARD To understand textiles and its application on products. Understanding the trends </p><p>and its technology.MASTERCLASS PROJECT1 WEEK</p><p>Maria Pires SubimaisPortugal</p></li><li><p>Started making a variety of quick concepts that included elements of all the 3 mentioned words. </p><p>Then selected one direction. </p><p>Kickoff</p><p>TEXTILE</p><p>HANG LIGHT</p><p>The 3 words</p><p>CONSTRAINT: The product had to be a combination of the above words</p></li><li><p>To encourage kids to take part in spontaneous outdoor activities, rather than spending their time on electronic devices.</p><p>Task</p></li><li><p>Items:Jute bagCoconut fiberJute ropeRadium lightsName tag</p><p>To help the child take the first step towards gardening.</p><p>The DIY Kit</p></li><li><p>The guide has step-by-step detailed illustrations that help kids to create their own sapling bag.</p><p>The DIY Guide</p><p>Slide in the Jute rope and tie a tight knot.</p><p>Lay coconut fiber.</p><p>Scatter seeds and cover with soil.</p><p>Nail wooden dowel into the </p><p>wall.</p><p>Plant Jute sapling bag directly into </p><p>the ground.</p><p>Fill bag with soil.</p><p>Tie a Jute rope to create a handle.</p><p>Slide in the decorated name tag and hang your sapling bag.</p></li><li><p>Your very own backyard garden duringThE dAY.</p><p>Your very own forest with firefliesAT NIghT.</p><p>hang and decorate with radium lights.Personalize</p></li><li><p>LENOVOBring maximum advantage to the device ecosystem through NUI.PARTNERSHIP TEAM PROJECT</p><p>4 MONTHS</p><p>Jesper Brehmer Senior Manager,Lenovo Innovation Design Center</p></li><li><p>Today, our life is surrounded by different media devices. We use atleast 3 devices a day for many reasons and often at the same time.</p><p>Integrate all these devices to bring maximum advantage of the device ecosystem through NUI.</p><p>Context</p><p>Brief</p></li><li><p>Use NUI to attract people to DO things and make their daily experiences more intuitive.</p><p>Talking is a natural way for humans to express themselves</p><p>Eye tracking is the process of watching where a person is looking</p><p>The body becomes the input for every device interaction</p><p>Natural User Interface (NUI) is the ability to interact with a machine using nothing but The Human Body.</p><p>Our Mission</p><p>NUI</p><p>VOICE CONTROL EYE TRACKING KINECT EFFECT</p></li><li><p>To let people drive their experience &amp; use NUI to achieve an action in the most Natural Way Possible.</p><p>Forget the actual device and imagine how your device can become your personal companion.</p><p>Goal How do we do it?</p><p>What peopleDO</p><p>Categorize the intention</p><p>Define the scenario </p><p>What peoplewish to DO</p><p>How people can DO</p><p>Precise the main intention</p><p>Ideated on the 6 categories, focusing on what people DO and WISH TO DO.The Process (overview)</p></li><li><p>Scenario</p><p>DREAM SCENARIO</p><p>TODAY</p><p>You are shopping alone and want to speak to your friend who is not </p><p>with you.</p><p>#01 Lets enjoy your day-off !</p><p>make text smaller.. below antoinearrange properly #02 While shopping, a souvenir reminds you of your </p><p>friend#03 Just by doing a gesture and calling out the name, the </p><p>call is connected</p><p>#05 Keep talking naturally, while the red circle below lets others know you are busy</p><p>#06 Keep your hands free to end the discussion and show that you are available</p><p>We focused on actions and intentions.Hence, do not look for the device.</p><p>Created many such scenarios.</p><p>Look for your phone</p><p>Unlock it</p><p>Look for her contact</p><p>Call her</p><p>Hand busy holding phone</p></li><li><p>We would like to create a companion, not an assistant.</p><p>Our vision of a companion.</p><p>Gives you unbound freedom</p><p>Smart coach</p><p>A motivator / an advisor</p><p>Knows what makes you happy</p><p>Guides you when you are lost</p><p>Smart System</p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p><p>4TODAY</p><p>Device-centered Human-centeredTOMORROW</p><p>UNDERSTANDS YOU</p><p>YOU KEEP CONTROL</p><p>REASSURING</p><p>INSTANTANEOUS</p></li><li><p>Enhance the experience of communication, entertainment &amp; connectivity with your family at home.</p><p>Opportunities Defined Functions</p><p>Sport</p><p>Military</p><p>School</p><p>Office</p><p>HOME</p><p>Leisure</p><p>Medical</p><p>Travel</p><p>Space</p><p>Movie</p><p>Well being</p><p>Sleeping</p><p>Cooking</p><p>#01 Source of personal &amp; common devices.</p><p>#02 Many users &amp; different expectations.</p><p>#01 Lenovo has a potential for smart home device.</p><p>Make it fun</p><p>Make it natural</p><p>Make him trust</p><p>LENOVO</p><p>ACTION USERS</p><p>HOME</p></li><li><p>Presenting to you, XOHow will NUI help?We supposed the existence of a product called XO.We made scenarios to define its precise functions &amp; its characteristics.</p><p>METoday</p><p>Tomorrow</p><p>ME NUI</p><p>Tablet Interface B Action B</p><p>Tablet</p><p>PC Interface C Action C</p><p>PC</p><p>Smartphone Interface A Action A</p><p>Smartphone</p><p>Action</p></li><li><p>After defining all the features of XO in detail, I explored on the shapes while keeping the monolithic design philosophy in mind.</p><p>I was responsible for designing a simple and an intuitive interface.</p><p>Form and User Interface</p><p>Shape and UI Explorations</p></li><li><p>The first Lenovo home companion that brings smartness to your home devices.</p><p>XO is not an assistant, its a companion. One that can interact and react with its human owners in ways that delight.</p><p>Lenovo XO</p></li><li><p>The user can keep a control on the notifications. The list of actions you can solve with this system is never-ending.</p><p>You own it!</p></li><li><p>To plan a family dinner at home.</p><p>*touch it *slide down</p><p>Show me the Family Calender. Hmm. Ill check theend of the month!</p><p>10th looks free.XO, book 10th as a family dinner date.</p><p>The family receivesthe notification</p><p>of the event.</p><p>*Voice output *Scrolls down</p><p>Scenario</p></li><li><p>Integral parts of XO, that help him help you. When the form follows the function...XOs Specifications</p><p>Fixed Device</p><p>Common Device</p><p>Connected</p><p>Electric Wire</p><p>Display / Screen</p><p>Intuitive Interface</p><p>Camera</p><p>Face Recognition</p><p>Motion Sensor</p><p>Mic</p><p>Touch Recognition</p><p>Family</p><p>Phone</p><p>Tablet &amp; Laptop</p><p>TV &amp; Home Health</p></li><li><p>To re-design the Indian broomstick,to increase the comfort of use, while </p><p>keeping intact its authenticity.</p><p>BROOMSTICK 2.0PERSONAL PROJECT</p><p>3 WEEKS</p></li><li><p> Inexpensive Quick and handy Used by previous generations Belief that it cleans faster</p><p>Why we use it?</p><p>The Indian broomstick is a short, one-handed broom, made of dried grass and wrapped with plastic casing to hold the grass together.</p><p>THE BROOM</p></li><li><p>Correct the posture</p><p>Keep original materialand sweeping gesture</p><p>Hang / storethe broom</p><p>Improve itsaesthetics</p><p>Research &amp; insights Keypoints to solve</p></li><li><p>Sketches and physical mockups to validate the ergonomy and the efficiency of the broomstick.</p><p>Ideation</p><p>Making mockups made it easier to understand what was possible and what wasnt.</p><p>Mockups</p></li><li><p>The previously chosen design had to be changed, since it mimicked the mop more than the broom.</p><p>Realization</p><p>Mimics the gestureof the broom</p><p>Textile InspirationPlay videofor concept</p></li><li><p>SimplyTWIST AND PULL</p><p>to use the smaller broom</p><p>Replace the smallerbroom, with a new one</p><p>Use small broom to fill dirt in the dust pan.</p><p>The length of the smaller broom is reduced to increase discomfort, thus forcing the </p><p>user to use the broom along with the holder.</p></li><li><p>The new design lets you sweep without harming your posture. The curved broom sweeps away dust easily, giving you a torture free cleaning experience.</p><p>Broomstick 2.0</p></li><li><p>THE PEANUT CART Step into the life and mind of a mobile vendor. Observe, research and document. Discover problems </p><p>and define opportunity spaces.MASTERCLASS PROJECT</p><p>1 WEEK</p><p>Mike McDffeeCraig Cloutier</p><p>Eleven,Boston</p></li><li><p>An overview of theprocess followed during the masterclass week.</p><p>The Process</p></li><li><p>I DONT HAVE MANY PROBLEMS. </p><p>I THINK EVERY-THING IS GOOD.</p><p>After observing all the vendors, we chose to go ahead with </p><p>The Peanut Vendor</p><p>THE PEANUT VENDOR</p></li><li><p>Observations and Opportunities</p><p>Need Protection</p><p>Prioritize Health</p><p>Better Organization</p><p>ImproveCommunication</p><p>Clean Packaging</p><p>Maintenance</p><p>On observing, we found that a lot could be done, in order to improve his lifestyle.</p></li><li><p>The cart focuses on giving the owner, his own personal space, while at the same time protects him and his goods.</p><p>Understorage to store peanuts Space to store wooden logs and personal items</p><p>Stove</p><p>Boiledpeanuts</p><p>Roastedpeanuts</p><p>RawpeanutsPersonalstanding/sitting </p><p>space</p><p>StorageunderneathA well organised and a </p><p>clean cart gives a good first impression to the customers.</p><p>The Peanut Cart</p><p>Focusing on</p></li><li><p>Step into the shoes of a person suffering from Paruresis, a social anxiety disorder; and help them recover by enhancing their </p><p>experience.</p><p>RECOVERY VIA DESIGNPERSONAL PROJECT</p><p>2 MONTHS</p></li><li><p>It is a phobia where a person is UNABLE TO URINATE in the real or imaginary presence of others.About 21 Million people are known to suffer from Paruresis.</p><p>You cannot solve paruresis by a physical design. All you can do is lower the level of threat created by the environment, so as to make it easier for the subject to perform.</p><p>-Andrew SmithChair of Trustees,United Kingdom Paruresis Trust</p><p>Paruresis</p></li><li><p>Scared of beingheard &amp; evaluated by others.</p><p>*Music to mask the sound*</p><p>Touch or contact with an adjacent individual.</p><p>*Maintain distance inbetween*</p><p>Scared of beingheard &amp; evaluated by others.</p><p>*Create visual blockage*</p><p>Feel vulnerable on sensing movement of people.</p><p>*Provide privacy*</p><p>Scared of beingheard &amp; evaluated by others.</p><p>*Make dividers*</p><p>Scared of beingheard &amp; evaluated by others.</p><p>*Put up clear signs*</p><p>Triggers and Requirements</p></li><li><p>I realised thatall of us suffer fromThe Shy Bladder Syndrome,but its intensity varies fromperson to person</p><p>Jotted down observationsfrom a survey of 20 people</p><p>Survey</p><p>Various tricks that people around the world use today.</p><p>Hacks used today</p><p>Do it when someone outsideuses the hand-dryer Play music in the cubicle</p><p>Keep flushing, like theJapanese women</p></li><li><p>Public restrooms are one of the most critical building amenities because they need to be responsive to a wide range of human needs and abilities.</p><p>Make the user use the restroom</p><p>Go inside... ..have an entirelynew experience..</p><p>..and come outsatisfied</p><p>Public toilet Chosen direction</p><p>No indication of occupancy</p><p>Over-crowded urinals</p><p>Absence of dividers</p><p>Not enough privacy</p></li><li><p>Enhancing the</p><p>RESTROOMUSING</p><p>ExpERIENcE</p><p>Create a new design that not only caters to</p><p>the issues ofthe paruretics,</p><p>butappeals to</p><p>the general massaswell.</p><p>BRIEF AIM</p></li><li><p>key concept*</p><p>few of the many created concepts</p><p>Pop-</p><p>up se</p><p>mi-</p><p>cubi</p><p>cle</p><p>Wal</p><p>k-th</p><p>roug</p><p>h do</p><p>or</p><p>Pop-out walls</p><p>Pee absorbing wall</p><p>Trying out various concepts, from Realistic to Wacky, from sketching to physical enactment.</p><p>Exploration</p></li><li><p>Made mockups to have a visual display of concepts to make it easier to choose.</p><p>Key concept, used to develop the final scenario.</p><p>rotating cubicle*</p><p>Mockups</p><p>Key scenario</p></li><li><p>Smart glass + = Smart transparent glass</p><p>Rotating cubicle</p><p>1:1 Scale mockupstwo-way door</p><p>vertical opening door</p><p>walk-through door</p><p>semi-cubicle</p><p>Changing materials and testing with life size mock-ups.</p><p>Solid pillars made the room look small and dingy</p><p>Testing various styles &amp; material</p><p>RefinementChanging materials and testing with life size mock-ups.</p><p>Refinement</p></li><li><p>The new design and the position of the urinals manage to give its users maximum privacy.</p><p>It not only satisfies Paruretics, but pleases the general mass as well.</p><p>Private Space</p></li><li><p>The curve of the urinal goes beyond the Field of View of the human eye, when standing inside the urinal, thus preventing them to sense any movement behind.</p><p>The Electrochromic Glass turns opaque to give you privacy.The LED indicators symbolise occupancy.</p><p>A similar design language can be followed to create cubicles for the womens washroom. </p><p>The Setup</p></li><li><p>A mockup of size 1:13 was made using acrylic sheets and clay for a better understanding of the entrances, exits, urinal facing positions, etc. </p><p>Scaled down</p></li><li><p>Natasha Jadhav Looking for a 6 month internship between July 2015 to January 20163rd Year Product design StudentEmail: natashajadhav21@gmail.comContact: +91 7738405556Skype: natashajadhav21</p><p>Education</p><p>ISd Rubika (Institut Superieur de design), Pune, IndiaMasters in Product design</p><p>Jaihind College of arts, Science and Commerce, Mumbai, IndiahSC (higher Secondary Education)</p><p>The heritage School, Pune, IndiaCBSE (Central Board of Secondary Eduction)</p><p>2012 - 2017</p><p>2010 - 2012</p><p>2005 - 2010</p><p> (expected)</p><p>Graphic designer for aIESEC, Pune, India2012 - Present</p><p>Experience</p><p>ResearchEthnographyUser Study</p><p>SketchingIdeation</p><p>Quick doodlingalcohol Marker </p><p>Rendering</p><p>adobe Photoshopadobe Illustrator</p><p>digital Sketchingdigital Rendering</p><p>Solid WorksRhinoceros</p><p>Keyshot</p><p>Workshop SkillsIndustrial Clay</p><p>ModellingPU Foam Modelling</p><p>Skills</p><p>Partnership Projects</p><p>Masterclass</p><p>Internship</p><p>Maria Pires, Subimais, Portugal (1 Week)</p><p>Sudarshan Steel Manufacturing Company (1 month)</p><p>Eleven, Boston (Current Team Project)</p><p>Eleven, Boston (1 Week)</p><p>Surya vankadirector of User Experience, Microsoft (1 day)</p><p>Lenovo (Team Project)</p><p>Brief : Envision and develop new sustainable, accessible and economically viable models for packaging, distributing and disposal of consumables.</p><p>Brief : Experience design via Empathy.</p><p>Brief : To understand and apply textile to products.</p><p>Workshop on design Thinking and disruptive Innovation</p><p>Mumbai, India</p><p>Brief : Integrate the devices we use today, to bring maximum advantage of the device Ecosystem through Natural User Interface (NUI).</p></li><li><p>I HOPE YOuVE ENJOYED MY WORK!</p><p>For more projects, click on the link below.</p><p>ThaNK YOU!</p><p>To know more about me, you can contact me on</p><p></p><p></p><p>+91 7738405556</p></li></ul>