Final year project
Reverse [Read more]
Reverse is a package-free grocery delivery service that aims to make package-free shopping more convenient for busy young professionals and parents. By bringing the products to their doorsteps, the service eliminates the inconvenience and laborious process of conventional package-free shopping.
How Does It Work?
Customer orders online, products get sent to them in reusable boxes or a dispenser on the van. Once finished with the containers, they will be collected, cleaned, and reused.
Customers can order, track deposits and containers in the intuitive mobile application. The engaging feedback is designed to mitigate confusion over adapting to a new service.
A range of containers and accessories are designed to keep the product fresh for longer, providing a wider range of products compared to the conventional package-free shop. The design features air-tight seals and air valves which enable modified atmosphere packaging (MAP), vents for breathability, and ethylene filters to keep produce fresh. Essential product information is also communicated via the e-ink screen attached to the containers.
Having trackers on the containers means the service can be scalable and made available to the wider public. The bundle of electronics is detachable from the containers for the high-temperature industrial cleaning process.
Air pollution is responsible for seven million deaths each year, yet we saw a lack of solutions to this problem in a crucial industry: construction. How might we use individual data to limit the effects of air pollution on construction workers and the communities that surround them?
Pulsair uses portable sensors that collect individual air quality data to empower workers through customized training, construction companies through intelligent diagnostics, communities through lifestyle recommendations, and policymakers through regulation enforcement. Our design proposal bridges the gap between air quality policy and action, giving people the tools to change their behaviour and improve the health of themselves and the planet.
Live Project- Neutral Works
A design proposal that helps couples and families to split chores justly without conflicts and gender bias. With a pull on the trigger, daily tasks will be assigned to the family members by a fair algorithm. The design aims to remove gender bias in the household and help parents bring up their children in a gender-neutral environment.
A hassle-free and package-free groceries delivery service.
I’m a strong believer in using design thinking to improve people’s lives and the environment, which is why I use this opportunity to explore alternatives to the single-use plastic packaging waste problem. How might we enable customers to shop more sustainably in their busy schedules?
Final year project
RSA Student Design Awards / Top 5 shortlisted projects
Designed an insight-driven air monitoring system to mitigate pollution and empower outdoor workers and vulnerable communities.
IxDA 2021 Student Design Charette / Champion
Dec 2020 - Jan 2021
Designed a data-driven system to tackle air pollution. Conducted user interviews and created prototypes to address the user’s needs.
SharkNinja / User Centred Design Intern
Jul 2019 - Jul 2020, London
Identified opportunities for the company’s future products through user research and iterative design processes. Created high fidelity sketches, prototypes, and interface designs to bring concepts to life.
RunXact / Freelance UX Designer
Nov 2020 - Dec 2020, Remote (UK)
Collaborated with developers to create a Figma prototype for a mobile app that uses data and feedback to enhance runner’s performance.