Below is a collection of creative projects I've done over the past few years that aren't necessarily product design, but still are invaluable for growth. Even though my day-to-day work is in the digital space, I still have a soft spot for getting my hands dirty and making things that you don't need a screen to interact with.
Logo design, sketching, painting, industrial design, doodling, whatever!
2014 - Present
Web, print, pen and paper, canvas
One of my good friends commissioned me to design her a new logo for her DJ work. Of course I was happy to oblige!
A logo I did for a friend's flag football team, based on the logo for the Inter Miami CF MLS team. The logo was used on jerseys, stickers, patches, and tshirts.
My senior year of studio, I was tasked with designing "any piece within the industrial design space that you feel passionately about and can be made ten times using a rapid manufacturing technique. I noticed that many designers didn't have an interesting space to store their markers and other supplies. The result was a playful thermoformed desk organizer called Notch. It is currently in further development for mass production through potential Advantus office products. Stay tuned for more info!
Miscellaneous sketches in pen and pencil that I've doodled for fun to regularly practice sketching.
A meditation aid I designed in school as a way to ehance the beginning stages of the massage experience.
Sketch series with pen and sharpie.
Wearable I designed and prototyped in school to help manage PTSD with 3D printing and Arduino. The protptype used galvanic skin reponse sensors (essentially a way to measure stress via salt content in sweat), deep pressure stimulation, and capacitive sensing in the watch face.
Custom shoes with paint pens.