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  1. First of all I'd like to say hi to all the forum members here, My name is Jason and I am a third year Product Design and Innovation student studying in a beautiful seaside town in the South of England. I thought it would be cool to show some of my work to you guys for it to be analysed and critiqued and I'm all ears for any advice any of you guys want to throw my way! During my first year of studies I was using Google SketchUp a fair bit in conjunction with Keyshot for renders. I had a piece of coursework where we were asked to design a piece of modular furniture and my response was to design a product that utilized as much available space as possible for the storing and safe keeping of items that were likely to be found in an 'average' living room and items in particular that would often be used while users make use of the sofa. (e.g. television remote, magazines, duvets/throws, pillows, maybe even laptops/tablets etc.) I totally forgot I had even conceptually designed this product until a recent submission required that we reuse one of our older designs and develop a make believe website to showcase and sell the product. (No HTML or coding, just simple Photoshop work) So without further adieu I present my initial fake internet homepage to showcase my product! Enjoy
  2. I think it looks pretty cool, what materials have you used to make this? The only thing I think about it is the toothbrushes are a bit slanted because they are placed in at a low point, maybe if the section with the holes was slightly higher up they would sit better? Food for thought
  3. looking forward to the next design challenge!

  4. Very impressed with Streamliners design in the current design challenge! Great work

  5. Jason

    The Winner Is Streamliner

    I was very impressed with Streamliners design for the shower and think it answered the brief brilliantly. Streamliner hasn't only thought about the design, but has thought about the materials and the process needed to make the product. It's a real solution to a real problem. I know it's been designed for third world countries but I think it would be great if it could be folded away and easily transportable for festival goers and campers alike. Possible place in the market for this product(?) great job!

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