Glimpses

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I am a Design Leader. I guide teams in the creation of meaningful experiences that people will love. This presentation offers glimpses of my work.

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  • Glimpses

    1. 1. Glimpses
    2. 2. Lytro Illum is a light field camera for people who love photography. The product’s plenoptic microlens array captures a 4D light field, enabling photographers to shoot ‘living pictures’. ! While Lytro’s first camera unleashed photographers’ imaginations, Illum balances Lytro’s vision with the realities of market, technology, and user expectations. Lytro Illum postindustrialdesigner.com/lytro-illum
    3. 3. Intel North Cape Intel North Cape is a reference design that makes use of Intel’s latest processors and the Windows 8 operating system to deliver an uncompromising tablet and laptop experience in one single device. postindustrialdesigner.com/intel-north-cape
    4. 4. Camera Futura is a concept platform for aspiring photographers that wants to excite, inspire and to provoke both potential users, as well as the rather stagnant photography industry. The concept is equally rooted in hardware and software. Camera Futura postindustrialdesigner.com/camera-futura
    5. 5. Panasonic FlightPath Panasonic FlightPath is a conceptual interactive platform designed to engage airline passengers and to enhance the onboard experience. postindustrialdesigner.com/flightpath
    6. 6. Intel Tangent Bay Tangent Bay is the world’s first multi screen, multi-touch notebook: Without compromising activity on the main screen, it allows users to access „snackable information“, like social media, multimedia, communication, and settings. This is accomplished using a unique interactive display area just above the keyboard. ! A production-ready reference design for Intel’s Mobile Products Group Tangent Bay was developed as an inspiration for manufacturers who design next-generation notebooks. postindustrialdesigner.com/intel-tangent-bay
    7. 7. Asus Power Asus Power is an advanced design project that aimed at improving usability and aesthetics of the company’s power supplies, while at the same time considering current and new technologies and taking business concerns, such as BOM costs and MSRP, into account. ! The program’s result are two tiers of present and future alternatives for handheld and notebook power supplies: elementary versions, targeted at immediate manufacturability and premium solutions, making less compromises and being showcases for innovation. postindustrialdesigner.com/asus-power
    8. 8. Asus Monitor Series In an immense effort, dubbed „Green Asus“, the company redefined itself as a more eco-conscious consumer electronics brand and my team devised guidelines on how the product design and development process could contribute to this vision. 
 Designing the value line of Asus’s LCD monitors with Marta Michalowska at the time, the series of products was conceived with a focus not only on high volume production and cost efficiency, but also on green design practices. postindustrialdesigner.com/asus-vw-monitor-series
    9. 9. Green Asus Trying to influence Asus’s decision makers to reduce the amount of overstock components, my team and I decided to take the opportunity and turn these components into products that would support the cause for a “Green Asus”: Four mainboards became a chess set, a few keyboards and cardboard packaging were turned into a scrabble game, and ribbon cables were repurposed to become bags and lamps. postindustrialdesigner.com/green-asus
    10. 10. Asus V1 The Asus V1 notebook was part of a product series that featured Asus’s first proprietary docking station, a feature that posed considerable design, mechanical engineering and electronic engineering challenges, especially since the dock needed to accommodate not only the V1, but also its smaller sibling, the V2. postindustrialdesigner.com/asus-v1
    11. 11. Leapfrog Leapster 2 In 2007 I was lucky enough to be working with Leapfrog – a company that I truly admire – on their Leapster 2; a connected gaming and learning console for kids. The first generation product had been immensely successful due to its educational value and its durability, and Leapfrog wanted to improve the console beyond the added USB connectivity that the engineering team implemented and that would enable download of software without a cartridge. ! We designed Leapster 2 to better fit into a child’s hand, reduced volume and weight and integrated a flat surface along the product’s back, so that it could be placed flat on the floor. postindustrialdesigner.com/leapster
    12. 12. Asus TLL 37 The Asus TLL 37 offers a unique user interface with a touch-sensitive area on the bezel that illuminates as a hand approaches and disappears when it is not needed, offering up power, volume, channel and menu buttons only when they are truly desired by the user. postindustrialdesigner.com/asus-tll-37
    13. 13. Asus Mobile Phone Design Guidelines By mid 2005, Asus had just released its second mobile phone and – motivated by the products’ success – the company’s leadership wanted to win a bigger share of this fast-developing market. I was tasked to lead a team of more than 20 designers to devise a strategy that would help achieve Asus’s goals. ! With the intention to unify Asus’s mobile phone aesthetics in the process, an extensive in-depth research effort laid the foundation for the program and helped to create a strategic framework and outlined a series of three product segments that would cater to our users’ specific needs and desires. postindustrialdesigner.com/asus-phone-guidelines
    14. 14. Asus S-presso A small form-factor PC, the Asus S-presso’s distinct visual appearance would make it stand out from the rest of the market. ! Catered to media enthusiasts, the product featured a touch- sensitive front-panel that served as a main user interface for a built- in Linux quick boot OS. postindustrialdesigner.com/asus-s-presso
    15. 15. S-presso’s handle turned out to be a much appreciated aspect of the product and also served as a means to easily open the chassis for quick access to its components.
    16. 16. Asus Server Family In order to improve visual and functional qualities of Asus’s server products, my team and I developed design guidelines and applied these to redefine the product line. ! Design played an integral part in the commercial success of the Asus Server Series. postindustrialdesigner.com/asus-server-family
    17. 17. Medion GoPal S2310 Being tasked with the design of a handheld GPS device, my team and I devised a product that would move away from the single purpose devices that personal navigators were at the time: We made sure to integrate multimedia playback capabilities, an advanced multitouch navigation and a series of accessories that would make the S2310 what it was targeted to be – the navigation and entertainment companion for the urban adventurer. postindustrialdesigner.com/medion-gopal
    18. 18. Asus A8 Guiding Ken Wang through the industrial design process, we aimed to create a notebook computer that was as simple as possible in its appearance, so that it would easily blend into the busy lives of our customers. Highlighting the slimness of the product, we defined a stringent set of shapes, colors and materials and integrated design elements like speakers and buttons visually. ! An industry-first, we devised a buttonless trackpad that featured left and right click zones, as well as a dedicated area for scrolling, two years before Apple adopted the technology. postindustrialdesigner.com/asus-a8
    19. 19. Asus Qube Asus Qube is a mobile phone concept that was designed for the global market, and with the target customer of a male early adopter in mind. postindustrialdesigner.com/asus-qube
    20. 20. Sports Plane Teaming up with Frank Heisig for our diploma project, we took on the topic of sports aviation. Based on the findings in our research, we narrowed in our goal and aimed to create a plane that would be as intuitive to fly as a hang glider, yet offer the safety of a sailplane at the same time. postindustrialdesigner.com/sports-plane
    21. 21. Dankeschön.

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