The Cleanse is a sanitation device that uses the power of UV-C to sterilize objects commonly used by infants and toddlers. This was created for the mother on-the-go when not at the convenience of home. Safe-guarding your child’s health is typically a parent’s number one priority. Looking to alleviate the struggle of keeping your baby safe, this tool can quickly and effectively remove harmful viruses and unwanted bacteria in just a short time.
The IMMERSE was inspired by the ritualistic nature of pour over brew methods. Dictating the outcome of a carefully crafted cup of coffee while streamlining the process was the focal design intent. From there, the final form mirrored the functional aspects in its seamless connections and fluid lines. In being able to unify the function and form, the IMMERSE gives the end user complete control over the quality and success of their coffee preference.
The design of the Aero Chair was approached through a junior design project in collaboration with TEAGUE and the University of Washington. This project was to research and develop a better overall air travel experience through environment and user interactions. The idea behind the Aero Chair was to alleviate the problems of short haul, economy class flights with much needed comfort to the economy seat. With minor adjustments to the existing economy seat, the Aero Chair is able to offer a passenger relief in critical areas of personal and ergonomic discomfort by adjustable features