General design work from physical product design (ideation, prototyping, manufacturing) to digital design (websites, user experience design, front end coding, touchscreen interfaces, etc.)
Design work that deals with any type of product design that can come from the use of discarded material. The Pallet Adirondack Chair is part of this group as well as the DIY and designs that follow.
A 2006-2009 industrial design project with GTRI's Accessibility Evaluation Facility. The gloves were designed to help designers and engineers better understand how to create products for people that have manual dexterity problems. These Arthritis Simulation gloves are currently being used by Kraft Foods worldwide and are going through the patenting process.
A project started in 2009, Repurposed Goods is my way of utilizing my shop skills and passions for inclusive & susutainable design. My first of many products is the Pallet Adirondack Chair DIY Guide.
For a semester I ran the design and manufacturing shop at Georgia Tech's CATEA. While there I was able to participate in projects such as the creation of a life-like buttock made out of DragonSkin and skeletal "sit bones" for wheelchair seat cushion design and testing. Other projects included the continued design and engineering of a dynamic wheelchair for kids with cerebral palsy and leading student groups through design projects.
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