University Projects

(2009 - 2012)

immerse

The television operating system of the future. Designed from the ground up to connect all your degital services into one, slick interface that makes making the most of your smart TV, simple. People don’t like remotes, and normally with aditional services (like cable, Blu-rays and media streamers) they all require an extra box, and with that, an extra remote. immerse is designed to combine all those different ways to connect your media and build them into your TV.

Google Packs

Imagining Google products were sold on the high street. A company that has grown up on the internet has built a set of products that would fit in no other place, or would they? Google Packs brings the idea of a life with Google without their services first starting on the internet. You buy the bits you need and get stuck in. Incorporating the latestest technology into a Google Identification Card (ID) you take it with you everywhere, it’s your wallet, your loyalty cards, your business card. It gives you access to the services you have subscribed to and lets you manage your online identity. It’s the way Google could have been.

My Design Manifesto

I, the undersigned…

This is how I try to work. This is my design manifesto. A brief for my University degree. I was to create a personal manifesto that aligned to my creative practice as a curious and enthusiastic design student. The content and method in which it is presented became a public declaration of my intentions, beliefs and principles as an emerging designer at the time. I loved how this came out so much, I still try to live by these principles today. It’s also a stupidly large poster on my wall, so it’s hard to miss.