FUTURE IN-FLIGHT EXPERIENCE IN CHINA
VALUE STRATEGIES FOR CHINA
Prof Tak LEE,Patrick CHAN
Daniel Feng, Jofil Angelo Agrupis,Yaya Chen
FLYMILY is a product-service system that provides
a better family experience from pre-flight to
post-flight and addresses the in-flight needs of the
family by decreasing the burden and stress of the
parent while taking care of the child during flight by
helping meet their hopes for their child in safety,
well-being, happiness and creativity.
The aim of this project is to know the needs and
desires of passengers on board, to identify
occurring problems during in-flight, understand
their current lifestyle that is already working as
may have a supporting factor for our project, and
propose a solution that substantially meets the
needs and desires of our end users.
Convert the family unit into in-flight experience.
This project are providing a service system which
design for children in flight. And a business model
of how the service gets revenue.
Because of the one child policy since 1980,
every child has more recourses than ever
before. In addition, the budget flight ticket
fare affecting the market price to decrease.
We discover the opportunity of family taking
their only child on flight is increasing.
ONE-CHILD POLICY OF CHINA
OF IN-FLIGHT FAMILY EXPERIENCE
FLEXIBLE PLATFORM TO ENHANCE COOPERATION
OPPORTUNITIES IN THE DIFFERENT FIELDS OF BUSINESS
KID’S MEAL BOX KID’S PILLOWKID’S BOTTLE KID’S PILLOWS
SERVICE SYSTEM DESIGN
BOOKING SYSTEM IN-FLIGHT SERVICE IDENTITY IN-FLIGHT KID SERVICES POST-FLIGHT SERVICE1 FAMILY TICKET PACKAGES2 3 4 5
The OPUS Study
opus hong kong a mOnOgraph
Initial Design Sketches I
from Korean porcelain pottery, where the surface is curated
interior. The large lounge’s surface is covered with a thick
layer of cushion over a wooden base, acting as a place for
work or rest, placing along with a coffee table for the client to
enjoy her cigarettes or a glass of drink.
Dimensions & Materials
White with blue pattern
High gloss lacquered
THE HONG KONG POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY
SD5407 - CAPSTONE RESEARCH
YAYA YIN CHIH CHEN | 13097656G
LINES OF HONG KONG
The Hong Kong culture is reflected through the diversified design in buildings: both vertical and
horizontal. The centenary expansion by land reclamation and skyline provides a dramatic cityscape.
“The project is aiming for design an installation that is appearing both
virtually and in reality, in order to introduce the past, current and
future views of Hong Kong to travelers nowadays.”
Except taking photos of sceneries, what else can travelers experience
the city with their smart devices?
“One In Every 5 People In The World Own A Smartphone, One In Every 17 Own A Tablet.”
- Business Insider 2013 Dec.