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Research on studioproject

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Our in depth researches again for our studioproject.

Our in depth researches again for our studioproject.

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  • 1. Seasons Looking more into it…
  • 2. What is a Season?
    • one of the major divisions of the year, generally based on yearly periodic changes in weather.
    • Temperate Seasons
      • Spring
      • Summer
      • Autumn
      • Winter
  • 3. What is a Season
    • Tropical Seasons
      • Dry
        • Cool
        • Hot
      • Wet
    • The cycle of seasons in the polar and temperate zones of one hemisphere is opposite to that in the other.
  • 4. What is a Season?
    • The seasons result from the Earth's axis being tilted to its orbital plane; it deviates by an angle of approximately 23.5 degrees. Thus, at any given time during the summer or winter, one part of the planet is more directly exposed to the rays of the Sun. This exposure alternates as the Earth revolves in its orbit. At any given time, regardless of season, the northern and southern hemispheres experience opposite seasons.
  • 5. What is a season?
    • 21 March is the Vernal Equinox and represents the beginning of spring in the northern hemisphere. It is the point at which the Sun crosses the Equator as it travels northwards. At this time day and night are of equal length, hence equinox - 'equal night'.
    • 21 June is the Summer Solstice or Midsummer's Day in the northern hemisphere, when the Sun has reached its further point north of the Equator (Tropic of Cancer). As more sunlight reaches the northern hemisphere the days last longer than the nights. The day after, the sun begins to travel south and the days start to shorten.
  • 6. What is a Season?
    • 21 September is the Autumnal Equinox when the sun crosses the Equator going south.
    • 21 December is the Winter Solstice and is shortest day in the northern hemisphere; it is the middle of summer in the southern hemisphere. The Sun has reached its furthest point of travel south - the Tropic of Capricorn.
  • 7. What is a Season?
    • In the winter, the plants are at rest.
  • 8. What is a Season?
    • In the spring, the plants start to grow again.
  • 9. What is a Season?
    • In the summer, the plants grow.
  • 10. What is a Season?
    • In the autumn (fall), the trees turn yellow and drop their leaves.
  • 11. Mind-map of Season
  • 12. Seasons Product: Seasonal Teapots
  • 13. Specification
    • Theme
      • Feminine
      • Elegance
      • Unique
    • Features
      • Organic shapes (seasonal flowers)
      • Collectibles/display/ornament
  • 14. Target Audience
    • Range 21> years old
      • Collectors
      • Tea drinkers
  • 15. Design Ideas
    • Teapots will take form a its seasonal flower.
      • Tulip of Spring, Calla Lily of Summer, Gladiolus of Autumn, and Cyclamen of Winter.
    • The overall design will look feminine with a touch of elegance.
    • Hence, smooth and soft curves are necessary.
    • The overall feel will be peaceful and relaxing.
  • 16. Design Ideas
    • Tulip gives a soft and smooth feeling.
    • Its shape tends to look like cherry lips giving you a warm kiss.
  • 17. Design Ideas
    • Calla Lily brings out a sense of elegance and beauty.
    • Its smooth curves definitely add to its elegance and portrays a feminine look.
    • It’s as if a model wearing a night gown posing to you.
  • 18. Design Ideas
    • Gladiolus gives you a “Moulin Rouge” feel. Due to its rapid curves.
    • Hawaiian and a bit of bohemian look.
  • 19. Design Ideas
    • Cyclamen has unique upside-down petals.
    • It has a windy look. Hence, it gives a breezy and cooling feel.
  • 20. Seasons Research and more…
  • 21. User-test
    • Persona
      • Darren Wee
      • 29 years old
      • Male
      • Senior Systems Supervisor
      • Diploma in Logistics and Operations
      • English Educated, Mandarin and English speaking
  • 22. User-test
    • Scenario
      • He feels that a teapot should at least looks like one. You will know how to use it straight-away.
      • Teapot’s shape influenced by flowers: Haven seen one before, but he feels that it should look “pretty” and elegant. Like how people usually portrays a swan.
      • Might not be functional. At least it has to be beautiful and looks soothing.
  • 23. Photography
  • 24. Photography
  • 25. Photography
  • 26. Photography
  • 27. Photography
  • 28. Photography
  • 29. Photography
  • 30. Photography
  • 31. Photography
  • 32. Photography

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