Howdy, As this week has been the interim week between field modules, I have been working more on my BSc Product Design work.
Posts in category BSc Product Design
Howdy, Today was my first day on my new ‘Surprise Me’ project. I was unsure what to expect from this module because my main factor for choosing it was that the lecturer – Steve Thompson, had delivered some interesting lectures to product design last year. My uncertainty wasn’t helped when I realised the theme of […]
Howdy, Today was our second introduction to the ‘Surprise Me’ module. Theo and Steve basically re-affirmed the concept for our project and gave some interesting examples of surrealism. Surrealism isn’t an area I have much knowledge in, so it was interesting to learn more about it. The idea of surrealism and its dream like perversions […]
Howdy, Today was my first tutorial of the project with Professor Steve Thompson. I discussed my weaponry idea with Steve, who thought it had potential. It was nice to have some feedback as I have been feeling a little uncertain about this whole project. Steve thinks I am definitely heading in the right direction and […]
Howdy, Since yesterday, I have been thinking about what could maintain the surprise of weaponry without defaulting to the obvious idea of a gun. This triggered a thought that I should focus on the most unethical kind of weapon possible, a weapon so unnecessarily sadistic and so unlawful that it would be sure to instil […]
Howdy, So since my last post, I have been exploring the many paradigms associated with Product Design as well as furthering my research on ethics. My main finds on the paradigm front have shown me that Product Design relies heavily on a high use of technology, broad ranges of products on a set value scale, […]
Howdy, After my recent turnaround, I have been looking to design something to aid a soldier in a variety of problems. I have finally decided to focus on the specific problem of when soldiers are injured on the front line and need help to get back to base, which can endanger their comrades an waste […]