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Eyeglasses Precedents

Eyeglasses Precedents – Product Design

Design Concept/Problem:

My muse for this project is Emily Blunt. She is a very well known actress and has inspired me for years altogether and thus I decided to design glasses for her through some of the concepts that I thought of by attempting the variant steps in this unit.

Design and Constraints:

I started off by building my design into a real life glasses that my user would wear and eventually landed on how it would match my user’s style and aesthetics. For the constraints part, I did not have a varied range of materials to pick from since I wanted to work with Recycled Plastic and not acrylics and therefore my final product was rugged and rustic.  We were also not able to develop upon the lenses since it was tricky to fit the lenses into the frame.

Inspirations:

I have gathered all of my inspirations and ideas as well as notes for developing eyeglasses for my user – Emily Blunt, that fit into her best interests and aesthetics in this Padlet. It includes my brainstorming a wide range of ideas and innovations to work on my product. They helped me innovate new ideas from them by relating them to nature and things around me. The Padlet mentions my inspirations and why they inspired me:

Made with Padlet

Observational Drawings:

Some of the procedures that we performed to refine our design of products during a conceptual for our eyeglasses. These drawings helped me perceive the concept from various angles which in turn helped me develop on them. Using these practices, we were able to implement our creativity and imagination into the concepts.

Rough Sketches/Drawings:

Deliberating on various ideas and putting them on paper helped me decide upon the various concepts. Following this, I shortlisted concepts that would fit into my user’s requirements and style. It helped me visualize the concepts in a detailed manner, thinking about each and every aspect of the glasses to refine my design.

Orthographic Projection

After creating a couple of orthographic projections, I was able to think about the minute details, such as the hinges on the sides and the nose pads near the bridge of the glasses. It helped me perceive the glasses well.

Isometric Sketches:

Through this process, I was able to project my glasses from different perspectives and also decide upon the dimensions.

3 Selected Ideas:

 

 

1st idea: Leopard  Print Glasses – I have chosen this idea since I believe it brings the glasses closer to nature and matches my user’s aesthetics and interests.
2nd idea: Octagonal Shaped Glasses – This idea is something subtle yet impactful and therefore fits in my user’s and my interests perfectly.
3rd idea: Triangular Glasses – These glasses have an efficacy to them by adding a completely different concept to my idea and making it look funky as well.

All of these ideas have a relatively thick frame which plays an important role for selecting them since they fit the needs of my technology perfectly.

Electro – chromatic lenses:

For the lenses of my glasses, I decided to add a technology to them. I added the technology of “Electro – chromatic lenses”.  It is a technology from Boeing 787 aircraft; Gentex company.

  • These have a layer of gel between the glass panes.
  • For sunglasses they require increase in opacity or manageable voltage variation.
  • Gel will have minimal effect when applied between powered lenses; converse/ concave.
  • Increases structural strength of glass as it creates suction between two frames.

Fundamentally, these lenses are meant for changing lenses to your comfort with just a button that is wired around the frame and has tints from the lightest to the darkest (that is seen in the image the change in tint from light to brown), which provides good coverage and protection for the eyes, according to the surrounding. To an extent, they can be taken as multipurpose glasses.

Leopard print glasses:

I finalized by choosing the Leopard print glasses since they best suit the users interests an aesthetics and the design was something I admired the most because of the inclusion of unique features, like the size and depth and also the pattern really inspires me as it gives a chic look and adds to the exclusiveness. Some of the main features and reasons why I chose the design would be because of its rigid and strong body which is required for the technology for my lenses. It helps in incorporating electro optical technology into the glasses as its electrical components require space.

Ideation Matrix:

This procedure helped ease out the planning for what I decided upon for my glasses regarding its characteristics and functionality. Taking a leopard as my inspiration, I developed upon its attributes and how they are depicted and related to the glasses.

Vectors

Practicing

These practices helped us get familiarized to the software, Affinity Designer, and start working on vector designs to not let it pixelate and form a refined product.

Lettering:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Kuromi vector drawing:

Coca-cola and cadbury logo tracing:

Practicing tools:

We went through a tutorial to learn how the tools of the software work and implement them in creating our designs.

Vector Drawing for Designs:

I planned out my designs on Affinity Designers, I started off by tracing my designs from Procreate and after decided upon the dimensions. Getting the dimensions right was a major task, sometimes they were bigger than I expected (#1) and some were undeniably small, in fact tiny (#2 and #3).  While the other times, I was not able to get the dimensions and depth of the cardboard right for the slots that acted as hinges. Finally, I decided upon a design that is shown in the last picture of my designs. I refined the design since I found the prototypes to be extremely rigid with not many curves.

 

Prototypes:

First Attempt

These were the results after the designs I sent through were laser cut.

#1 design

#2 design

#3 design

A few attempts later:

After creating a couple of prototypes, I finalized the dimensions and decided the following as the finalized ones.

Final Prototype:

As mentioned earlier, I found the previous prototypes for my glasses very taut and they did not have much curves and fluidity as such to the design which did not seem attractive and appealing to me. So I decided to add more curves to my prototype to make it look more alluring and powerful.

Final Procedures

Making of Recycled Plastic Sheets:

This procedure of making a plastic sheet is closely related to baking. We started off by choosing the shredded plastics according to colors. The plastic that I chose was number “5” which is said to be better for laser cutting and doesn’t melt easily, leading to a refined product.  After, we greased the container for the plastic to shine and heated into the oven. Lastly, the plastic was compressed into a sheet.

Plastic Sheet:

Trial #1

The first plastic sheet cracked since it was not thick enough and therefore we performed a second trial.

Trial #2

The second plastic sheet was thick and worked out perfectly for the product. Although, the second sheet did not attain the glaze compared to the first one as it was not greased.

Leopard Print Electro-chromatic Eyeglasses – BLUNTS:

Lasercut Recycled Plastic:

When the vectors were laser cut, the slots cut into the frame of the glasses were not wide enough for the sides of the glasses to fit. Therefore, I had to file the edges of the sides to make it thin enough to perfectly fit into the slots. This procedure finalized the prototype.

The  Eyeglasses:

The final model of the eyeglasses turned out to be really good. It is seen that they have a rustic and rough touch to it. This was because of the recycled plastic we used. The recycled plastic does not give a clear-cut prototype since it has a rugged look. And since I wanted it to be my contribution towards the environment, I wanted it to be recycled plastic. I feel the product met my expectations except for the rustic look.

Poster:

My poster effectively describes the working of my product. I have added all the important details into it that convey the significance of each and every role of the eyeglasses.

Reflection and Feedback:

Feedback

From my peers, I was told that I had missed out on the explanation of the electro – chromatic lenses and thus I managed to include it into my blog in time.

Reflection:

Reflecting back on my design,  I would say it was a work that I was very grateful to do and because of this subject I was able to perform in such a unique project and creating my own glasses! I thoroughly enjoyed this unit and was able to know what I could do better and improve at. Thanks to Mr. Griffin, Mr. Jerry, Ms. Pao and Ms. Jinjing for making this happen! I am highly obliged to work with them.

Insulation Design

PRODUCT DESIGN – SOUND INSULATION PROJECT

Problem:

The design center is an open space and hence there are a lot of distractions since the sound/noise caused in the area does not allow people to work in a focused and efficient manner.

Affected individuals:

The ones affected by this problem are those who work and study design concepts in the design space, it especially impacts those who happen to get distracted easily.

Directions and Constraints:

I have completed this project in nearly a month. That was enough time for me to work and decide upon a good and solid solution for the problem. In the beginning, the directions provided were from the document and verbally by the teacher where we were supposed to design and develop a concept by brainstorming different ideas and working on them through the procedures given by the design teacher. The materials that we were provided were used to structure the idea in the form of a model, like, clay, cardboard, ice-cream sticks, etc. One of the main constraints faced during the development of a product for the problem was that we were not provided any walls to work on, so products like sound-proof wallpaper, foam boards stuck to walls, etc, were not possible. The design space is not big enough too so having wheeled foam boards would also be an obstacle while working.

Inspirations:

I got my inspirations from a few sites that the teacher had shared with us. They helped me innovate new ideas from them by relating them to nature and things around me. The Padlet mentions my inspirations and why they inspired me:

Made with Padlet

Ideas:

The ideas that I came with up while looking for inspiration helped me mold my design into a solid one.

 

 

 

 

Paneled metal board – to move around and block sound/noise created in the various areas of the space and magnets that can be used to stick/hang something fun on it!

Honeycomb mount -to regulate sound by acoustic fibers making a shape of a beehive to bring it closer to nature by mounting them.

Designed glass barriers – Insulating sound through sliding doors wherein the glass becomes the barrier, with the glass being thick enough to have an aquarium within.

The wall – A collection of all the listed ideas together on the same wall/area to make it efficient.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Soundproof paint wheeled boards – Insulating sound in a portable manner since the idea is on wheels where you can paint plus create art on it using soundproof paint.

Soundproof graffiti – These are boards on which graffiti can be created by using soundproof spray paints!

Sound-absorbent hopscotch mat – On this mat is a hopscotch design that can be played on and absorbs sound as well.

Sealants – These sealants help stick soundproof wallpapers, acoustic soundboards, and fiberglass tightly to make them efficient to their fullest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Suspended foam boards – These foam boards are suspended from the ceiling, parallel to each other because of which the sound travels between them and is then absorbed.

Fiberglass – This can be used in windows to make the area totally soundproof as well as making it durable.

Acoustic soundboards – These have various designs on them and are stuck to the walls to absorb sound easily.

Oval atmosphere –  A dome that will help to regulate sound by making a closed area itself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Soundproof wallpaper – These are stuck to the wall with the help of sealants that have attractive designs.

Glass sound barriers – The room’s surrounded by the glass barriers on wheels, making them portable. They can be used in any area of the design space!

Floor underlay – This is embedded under the floor which is convenient since it does not act as an obstacle.

Bubble wrap covers – These can be used as curtains to modulate sound and or the fun part, the bubbles can be burst!

Sliding doors – Can be used as barriers and have attractive patterns.

Mounts – For hanging soundproof panels, boards, etc.

Selected ideas:

 

  1. Honeycomb Sound Insulator – I decided upon this idea wherein it would be hung from the ceiling since there are no walls as such and previously decided for it to have a speaker attached for playing music.
  2. Anti-vibration floor mat – This plays a multipurpose role by having a hopscotch design on it such that it can be played on and absorb vibrations/sounds as well.
  3. Metal Panelled wheeled boards – These metal-paneled boards are on wheels which makes them portable and you can attach your creativity to them with magnets!
  4. Soundproof graffiti – There are boards that can be moved around anywhere and for the fun part, people can come around and make graffiti on them!
  5. Sound-absorbent paint wheeled boards –  These are wheeled-boards with sound-absorbent paint on them and upon which u can let loose ur art skills for an aesthetic look or use it as a board for organizing.

Procedure:

A few procedures that we utilized are shown below:

SCAMPER:

In scamper, I provided information about how I might edit the product by using the techniques that scamper stands for. It helped me combine, magnify and eliminate all the ideas that I selected.

Perspective drawing:

This is one of our practices for freehand perspective drawing which enables us to analyze the model in a 3D render and develop upon it.

Isometric drawing:

The isometric drawing for my design. It helped me redefine my idea and work on it better.

 

 

 

Mind mapping:

 

Mind mapping helped me define the characteristics of the product more efficiently by permitting me to analyze the sub-parts/systems of the overall product. Therefore, I could work upon individual parts of each product that inspired me and helped me to integrate these parts for an advanced product for the problem.

Here it is seen how I have used every part of the product to refine my idea.

  • Taking the concept of honeycomb wall using either the fiberglass or anti-absorbent hopscotch mat material, acoustic fiber.
  • I took it closer to nature by implementing the idea of the suspended honeycomb made of acoustic fibers to make it look like a beehive. Another reason for hanging it is that there is not enough space for walls, since there are not many walls in the first place.
  • Using the bubble machine and bubble fluid for producing bubbles as shown in the Padlet.

Modeling:

Modeling helped me to look at my design with a new perspective all together and made me redefine my idea well.

The Design – Honeycomb-bubble Sound Insulator

The design is in the form of a honeycomb, mounted from ceilings and made from acoustic fibers. It consumes the least amount of workspace as it is mounted on the ceiling. It is modular and can be integrated with more hexagons to cover a larger area or increase efficiency. It has a bubble machine right in the middle, which produces bubbles that helps in scattering the sound and adds a fun element to it! While you might think that bubbles are a visual distraction, they burst quickly so that they will not be much of a distraction and you can also control the rate of  production of bubbles.

Structure of the design:

This is how it will be displayed in the design area. The product will be mounted above the tables. 

Detailed Structure:

Labellings:

Pros:

  • Consumes the least amount of workspace as it is mounted on the ceiling.
  • Honeycomb adds a vibrant touch to the room and brings the idea closer to nature.
  • Bubbles!!! FUN!!!
  • Bubbles diminish noise by scattering the sound.
  • Acoustic fibers making it cheap and eco-friendly.
  • Sizes can be flexible according to the room.
  • Is modular and can be integrated with more hexagons to cover a larger area or increase efficiency.

Cons:

  • Requires refill of bubble fluid.
  • Bubbles can be distracting at times.
  • Mounting will require physical effort.
  • Due to it being mounted, accessibility is reduced.

Poster:

 

Poster Feedback:

Peer feedback helped me see what people think about my design

Conclusion:

This project was a great experience! It helped me think out of the box for a new design all together. Thoroughly enjoyed it!

Independent Project – Create and Improve

Work done previously

Ideas, Techniques, and Padlet

1st picture – Fonts and styles I would like to include in my poster.

2nd picture – Ideas for the main/focus logo/icon.

Made with Padlet

Mockups presentation:

Mockups of the my final work before deciding upon the work.

Sticky notes workout and specific ideas to include :

My ideas previously varied from each other and there was not much harmony within them because they did not match each other’s style. I have tried to make it more similar with my final decisions and add a few different designs from what I started. I have tried to combine the ideas I started with and make a new design all together.

Feedback from client:

Final Presentation (poster for the 75th Independence Day  of India):

Independent Project Poster Independence Day

Goals – The poster helped me to showcase the culture of India through the Tricolor and some national aspects. The poster is a mode to represent the country and also the people. It makes the event of Independence day colorful and attractive and therefore the Embassy might have a greater audience. My project enhances the event in several ways and therefore I am happy with the final product. There might be a bit of self criticism because I was not fluent with the software I worked with since it was my first time. But I am overall happy with my final presentation and hopefully my client also thinks so.

My success criteria previously:

I want my project to represent the country; India, by using different techniques and ideas that I have collected overtime and add them as one of the key features to help improve the poster and also add culture, i.e., dance forms, painting techniques etc. to make it intriguing and effective from the viewer’s perspective. I decide to work as creatively as I can, so that it is attractive and that for the audience to know the cultures and traditions followed in India. I will know that my idea is successful if the audience takes interest in knowing what the content on my poster is about and if they notice from my poster what my main aim is.

Aims I achieved from the success criteria:

I tried representing my country through the tricolors, peacock and Taj Mahal. I did not want it to be too cluttered up so added minimal details and tried making it simple and subtle. The usage of colors is accordingly to represent the country. “I will know that my idea is successful if the audience takes interest in knowing what the content on my poster is about and if they notice from my poster what my main aim is ” is yet to see and I look forward to the event when I will know that my poster was a great success!

 

 

Modernist Post-Impressionist Painting and Reflection

Final Work – Meadow Painting

I got the inspiration for this painting from the Xinjiang mountains and meadows.

Early practices

Meadow painting in process

            

I decided to paint this because the amalgamation of colors in the meadows can be depicted exquisitely. The bright colors stand out and deliver a clear message of the vivid sky and meadows. It depicts the scenery wonderfully. The meaning I was looking for was to see myself in the meadows and lose myself in the wind amongst the dazzling flowers and the sparkling water of the stream, to sink in the serene environment and be there with someone close to me, listening to music and penetrate the surrounding within. I achieved this by believing I am in a similar setting.

Modernist painting influenced most of the artworks since it has been present. Modernist paintings include a current situation in the paintings which I got on my canvass too, a scenic view of Xinjiang mountain range can be seen. It influenced my artwork by the display of a scenery. I also used the aspects of Post Impressionism, where my brush strokes were prominent and the colors used were vibrant. This painting was also influenced by my current state of mind, that is, subtlety because I was looking for calmness and soothingness that was delivered through this painting. It gives me a sense of freedom and peace and getting lost in the wonderful abode. The Xinjiang mountain range is where I see peace and experience tranquility. These were one of the aspects that influenced my painting.

Independent Project

Ideas, Techniques, SCAMPER and Padlet

1st picture – Fonts and styles I would like to include in my poster.

2nd picture – Ideas for the main/focus logo/icon.

3rd picture – Ideas + scamper

4th picture – scamper

Made with Padlet

Workout for creating ideas

What_Do_You_See1

Sticky notes workout and specific ideas to include :

My ideas previously varied from each other and there was not much harmony within them because they did not match each other’s style. I have tried to make it more similar with my final decisions and add a few different designs from what I started. I have tried to combine the ideas I started with and make a new design all together.

Success Criteria:

I want my project to represent the country; India, by using different techniques and ideas that I have collected overtime and add them as one of the key features to help improve the poster and also add culture, i.e., dance forms, painting techniques etc. to make it intriguing and effective from the viewer’s perspective. I decide to work as creatively as I can, so that it is attractive and that for the audience to know the cultures and traditions followed in India. I will know the my idea is successful if the audience takes interest in knowing what the content on my poster is about and if they notice from my poster what my main aim is.

Choices and Decisions:

The choices and decisions that I made for this project are to collectively start a new idea by collecting ideas that I could come up with to form a broad design to help me work on it better. I also have decided to include some of the major aspects of the Indian culture which represent the country and help me in making the poster more precise to what I want it to lead to, that is, promoting the Indian culture and traditions.  I want my audience to know what the context and content my poster is about and therefore have made the decision to include these aspects in my poster.

Sketches:

Plan:

Goals and Steps:

The goals that I want to achieve are by making the poster as inviting as I can so that my poster gets promoted amongst people and also the main medium, that is, making people aware of cultures and traditions followed in India by showcasing it in the poster with attractive aspects. I would want to take steps towards the better making of my poster by more research and gathering better ideas and start off with a creative mind when I do begin making the project.

Artist Study

Artist Study

Artist – Vincent Van Gogh

Artwork – Café Terrace at Night

 

The artwork that I have chosen is “Café Terrace at Night” by Vincent Van Gogh that was painted in September 1888. This is a picturesque depiction of a café at the night time, crowd walking by and some in the café with bright lights and a scenic night sky, highlighting the café. The artist has used paints in a peculiar manner, the painting was painted during the age of Post Impressionism.

 

Van Gogh, very well known for “Stary Night”, uses his signature style of contrast between bright and dark colors. He has used colors and tones which are contrasting for this painting, these defy the darkening night sky. The amalgamation of the colors is certainly wonderfully done. The atmosphere in the painting as we see is a café lit up and pedestrians walking by and a beautiful night sky. The brushstrokes used by him are prominent and not subtle. The concept of light brush strokes from Impressionism was reversed in Post impressionism.

 

The color scheme in this painting is admirable, the blues, yellows and greens. The night painting is without black, nothing but the dark blue and violet for the night sky and depth into the buildings by dark greens. The illuminating effect given to the painting by the pale yellow and citron green.

 

This painting is one of the firsts that he painted during his stay in Arles, France. This also being his first painting with a nocturnal background. Using the contrasting colors and tones, Van Gogh achieved a luminous canvass with it defying the darkness. Van Gogh faced epilepsy and mental disorders; his only respite was to carry along sceneries on his canvass. He had been facing the illness is life long and painting helped him stay emotionally balanced. In 1886, Van Gogh moved to Paris and was influenced by the Impressionism and Post Impressionism artwork and started working on his own artboard. He encountered Monet, Pissarro, Gauguin and Bernard. He adopted then, the use of bright and vibrant colors in his art and began experimenting with his technique.

 

This was his first painting with a ‘starry night’ background in the series of paintings. His stargazing at night impacted his paintings and then found a new religion to follow. This religion, according to him, seemed to fill the vacuum of love. This was the idea and message behind the painting that affected Van Gogh’s artwork.

These were some of the aspects of the painting.


 

 

Graphic Design

Design Briefs

Design Brief 1 ( Clothing for theater)

Design problem: Clothing in theater for plays coming up, it can be fixed by bringing up some ideas by graphic designing. We can bring up t-shirts and other apparel.
User/audience My users are the participants in plays in the theater.
Purpose The purpose is to provide the participants with apparel/costumes to perform on the stage.
Constraints The timeline is a week. It should be stage appropriate are the limitations.
Goals I want to provide the theater with good products at less amount so that they can spend on different materials rather than spending tons on clothing.
Materials/resources -Some type of clothing.

-Apple Pencil and iPad to work on procreate

-Illustrator

-Measurements of the participants in the play

-Material of cloth (eg cotton, synthetic etc)

Mentors, assistance -Teacher for guiding me

-Users for giving me suggestions on the design

Questions or supporting information Designing apparel for the participants requires measurements, clothing material and the resources I can work the design on. Depending on the play/skit is about the clothing can be designed accordingly.

Design Brief 2 (Banners for dragons)

Design problem: To motivate the athletic champions of our school we can have some banners and signs made. They can be hung around the dome, soccer field, gyms.
User/audience My audience are the players and athletes.
Purpose The purpose is to motivate and encourage the players to perform their best.
Constraints The timeline can be till the sport events are being held. No usage of foul language or language that can be offensive to the opposite team and paper should be conserved.
Goals I want to provide support to our dragons, cheer them and create energy.
Materials/resources – Vinyl (material used to make banners)

– illustrator

– Apple Pencil and iPad to work on procreate

– Strings to hang the banners

Mentors, assistance
  • Teacher
  • Audience/user representative
Questions or supporting information For ideas about what to be written on the banners, it can be asked around the players and athletes. The places where it can be hung and displayed are various.

Design Brief 3 ( advertising  for events)

Design problem: Advertising for the events coming up in the school (eg fringe fest).
User/audience Event managers who need help in advertising their event to invite more people.
Purpose To spread the news as much as possible by making the design more appealing and attractive.
Constraints The timeline can be a month or two prior so that the news is spread early enough and everyone is aware.
Goals To help out the events in inviting more people and make the event more lively by attracting people.
Materials/resources
  • Posters
  • Access to school website to advertise it here
  • illustrator

– Apple Pencil and iPad to work on procreate

Mentors, assistance
  • Teacher
  • Design Assistants
  • Audience/user representative
Questions or supporting information For the events coming up, the best way to advertise can be by passing around posters or have a mail sent to every student and faculty in school to spread the word. It can also be presented on the website.

 

 

I eliminated Design Brief 3 (Advertising for events) because there were none recent events and could have been easy.

Feedbacks:

  • Yes, some of them do align with my project.
  • Yes, I was expecting them since they did mention one of my ideas being time consuming and I agree with them.
  • Some of the feedbacks were unexpected and helped me improve on the idea.

I have decided to work on a different idea because I was not able to find a client for both of the ideas. The idea I am going for now is making a banner or poster for the Indian Embassy for their 75th Independence Day.

The design brief for my idea:

Design problem: Designing a poster for the 75th Independence Day of India for the Indian embassy.
User/audience People working at the embassy and attending the event.
Purpose To make the event attractive and decorative.
Constraints The timeline is a few months since the Independence Day is August. There are no limitations.
Goals To help the embassy in decorating the event.
Materials/resources – materials required for making a poster

– illustrator

– Apple Pencil and iPad to work on procreate

Mentors, assistance
  • Teacher
  • Design Assistants
  • Audience/user representative
Questions or supporting information This is for the 75th Independence day of India.

Following is the link for the survey:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ccO15qf154t3a9Ghk1qhdRyQMIYQtcVkEwnopLyvKSQ/edit

The project that I am going for is a poster for the Embassy of India and it is for the Indian Independence day coming up. The 75th Independence day of India. The poster will help to showcase the culture of India, the Tricolor and the people of the country. The poster is mode to represent the country and also the people. It makes the event colorful and attractive and therefore the Embassy might have a greater audience. My project enhances the event in several ways and therefore I am looking forward for it!

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