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    • Megan Meyer Product Design Portfolio Rafa Cargo Puma USBs Echo Juno Lure Dile que no
    • Megan Meyer Experience Industrial Designer ¨ Webb deVlam Priority Designs Aspen Medical Products Chicago, IL. Fall 2009 Gahanna, OH. Spring and Fall 2008 Irvine, California. Spring and Fall 2007 Structural packaging development, Concept development, design Development of orthotics through brand strategy, research, and refinements, research, prototype research, ideation, prototypes, 704.604.3767 consumer insight analysis shop assistance, 2-D rendering and testing Experience (not design related) Career Related Travel Clients Blakeney Racquet Club- Club assistant Europe. Spring 2009 At the two consultancies, clients included: Red Robin- Hostess 32 cities in 14 countries in 70 days. Ice Cream and Pizza Works- Waitress Design Museums, Milan Furniture meganmey@gmail.com Ace Hardware Clifton- Sales Associate Fair, and many cultural experiences Education references available University of Cincinnati Weddington High School Augusta Preparatory Day School upon request School of Design 2002-2005 2001-2002 Cincinnati, Ohio, Industrial Design: B.S., Matthews, North Carolina, Martinez, Georgia Class of 2010, GPA: 3.7, Honors Scholar Class of 2005, GPA: 4.95, 4th of 367 Class of 2005 Awards and Interests 2005 to Present: Cincinnatus Scholarship, University Honors Program, IDSA Student Member, KTE Co-op Honor Fraternity, Relay for Life- Team Captain, Melomanos- salsa performance group, 2009 Cincinnati Regional Tri-state Salsa Open Champion, Kama Salsa Teaching Assistant 2001-2005: French Honor Society President, National Art Honor Society Secretary, National Honor Society, Social Studies Departmental Award, Rotary Club Scholarship Recipient, JV and Varsity Volleyball and Soccer
    • RAFA Research // Project Objective: To design a light that performs a task. Personal Objective: To improve the task Final Concept of providing pediatric dental care and to enhance the patient experience.
    • RAFA Competitive Non-Competitive Research Professional Interviews Final Concept Research what does the doctor need? what does the patient want? Inspiration Patient Interviews Ergonomics
    • RAFA // The fial concept is a synthesis of playfulness, interactivity, and n mobility. The light allows the operator to be able to serve the patient better by using proper lighting and also by being able to connect to Research the patient on an approachable level. This could ultimately encourage favorable long-term dental habits. Final Concept
    • Cargo Research and Inspiration Ideation Phases // Cargo is a beauty brand developed in collaboration with 2 other students. As a team, we hoped to establish a Final Brand brand that celebrates the experience Concept of travel. travel MOD $
    • Cargo // In the research phase, we developed three different inspiration pages to sketch toward. We also analyzed other products in the category to help us realize the opportunities Broad Research and in the market. Competitive Landscape Inspiration l MOD trave s 1950 . ed by ns l paint etric origi d trave the gla ve s pictu ed by , forms ha d small de re of and geom Icons an e. ds st. morou large roun add intere e travel tails hance th them $$$ Ideation Phases inspir wood Holly Simple rns an patte modula r featu res en $$ $ Final Brand Unique Low Cost Concept $$$$ $$ category competitors travel MOD $ Narrow $$$ Product Recommendations: Focus on the “on the go” consumer and the Legend life-style and exitement that travel provokes. Cosmetics Hair Care
    • Cargo // Inspiration was drawn from the 1950’s, when the concept of destination travel became vogue with the help of interstate highways, passenger airplanes, and the picture painted by 1950’s Hollywood. This era of travel was glamorous, exciting, and aspirational. Research and Inspiration Ideation Phases Final Brand Concept
    • Cargo // Before we decided on the fial business n model, we fialized 3 different design directions. n This is a set of time-based retractable products. Research and Inspiration Ideation Phases Final Brand Concept
    • Cargo: New York Home Products s S s Sets S Scents s S Story Cart Account Blog Contact t S Search Research and // In the fial concept, Cargo helps make your travel experience tailored Inspiration n and glamorous. Cargo brings to you, in stores and online, a set of products inspired by the scents of vacation destinations around the world. Pick your scent line and have it sent to your destination or pick a set out in the store and toss the compact parcel into your luggage. No liquids or gels. Ideation Phases Final Brand Concept
    • PUMA USBs Brand Research Ideations // As digital media becomes vital to the industry, USBs could be a new line of products for Puma. Investigation of the technologies, materials, forms, and marketing approaches used in cur- Final Concept rent and past products drove the aesthetic and functional result of each concept. *Note: This was a assignment at the University of Cincinnati and all results do not represent the Puma brand offiially. c
    • PUMA // A set of USBs with 3 different storage sizes USBs were explored through multiple stages of ideation. Brand Research Ideations Final Concept
    • PUMA // Final concepts reflcted an active and innovative brand that mixes sim- e USBs plicity, intricacy, boldness, and subtlety to create multi-sensory products. Brand Research Ideations Final Concept
    • PUMA USBs Brand Research Ideations Final Concept
    • ECHO Ideation Final Concept // Demonstrating innovative problem solving using glass, metal, or ceramic as the primary material.
    • ECHO // The Echo was inspired by the nooks of Budapest and the eclectic-modern vibe. This quick project fist started with r thumbnail and hand sketching and quickly progressed to 3-D visualization. Ideation 2 Final Concept 1 3
    • Ideation Final Concept // The larger outer ring is a ceramic, electric tea kettle. Resting inside the outer ring is the glass milk warmer. The thermal barrier created by the ceramic of the tea-kettle and the glass warms the milk without scalding it.
    • QuikDraw Juno Discovery Final Concept // The QuikDraw Juno is a maternity support extension for the QuikDraw back support, a product of Aspen Medical Products.
    • QuikDraw // Sketches and extensive sewn prototypes led to the fial versions of the n support belt that fully integrated with all four sizes of the QuikDraw. Juno Discovery Final Concept Green or White Satin- front with white spacer fabric-back White Stretchable Mesh Loop velcro to hold QD tabs. 2 polyethylene panels underbelly
    • QuikDraw // This QuikDraw Juno prototype features adjustable over and under the belly support and breathable Juno fabric that integrates with the QuikDraw mechanism to alleviate lower back pain. Illustrator Drawings Final Concept
    • Lure Ideation // Lure is the product of a three month exploration of chair design. The goal was to use metaphor to enhance the story of Process the design. Final Concept
    • Lure // After visiting the Milan Furniture Fair, I was enamored with the more creative experience and aura built into outdoor furniture. I wanted to bring that excitement to any environment. Ideation Process Final Concept
    • Lure // The process of creating lit, hollow but structural spheres that intersect Mapping a wooden platform involved a great amount of experimentation that ended with an unexpected solution: structural paper mache. Experimentation Ideation Start Holding my breathe moment Process Structural Mache Technique Final Concept Fine Tuning and making it work Finish
    • Lure // The metaphor: After a long day on the lake, the fisherman sees the dock approaching by the orbs of light glowing in the distance. . Ideation Process Final Concept
    • Dile que no Research and Inspiration // Redesign the dance shoe for Latin dancing so that the heel is stronger and more abrasion resistant for the purpose of better ankle support and longer lasting shoes. Ideation Phase Final Concept
    • Dile que no // Just like running shoes, dancing shoes wear most quickly in the places where weight hits and shifts. Some shoes have harder tips that wear away slowly, while others have softer tips that wear quickly. When the heel corrodes, often it does so unevenly. The slanting of the heel makes the dancer more prone to injury and poor foot work. Research and Inspiration Ideation Phases Final Concept
    • Dile que no // In the ideation phase, I was looking to develop a heel made of exposed, anodized aluminum with a removable, double layer, suede heel tip. The aluminum will be strong, yet light-weight and the suede will protect the floor, wear away slower, and glide more easily than the typical plastic tips. The forms were derived from references to Calatrava architecture and to the embrace and linkages in salsa turn patterns. Research and Inspiration Ideation Phase Final Concept
    • Research and Inspiration Ideation Phase Final Concept Dile que no An enduring shoe for unyielding dancers
    • Consultancy Work
    • Megan Meyer Industrial Designer // Thank you for taking the time to look at 704.604.3767 my portfolio. If you like what you see, please call or email me with any further questions or requests. meganmey@gmail.com