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Drift, Nate Miles 2018 Thomas Jefferson University

Drift, Nate Miles

Program of Industrial Design Capstones

DRIFT uses active circadian lighting to help establish a sleep routine with children from their first night in the crib until they are sleeping through the night.


Embrace, Matthew Selnick 2018 mselnick03@gmail.com

Embrace, Matthew Selnick

Program of Industrial Design Capstones

A conceptual modular skate shoe system, for personalized protection and style


Light Play, Richard Stone 2018 Thomas Jefferson University

Light Play, Richard Stone

Program of Industrial Design Capstones

An interactive playground experience


Ray, Angela Banner 2018 Thomas Jefferson University

Ray, Angela Banner

Program of Industrial Design Capstones

This capstone documents the design process of developing a lighting solution to the complex system that is public pedestrian spaces.


Guardlock, Michael Grosso, Joe Mooney 2018 Thomas Jefferson University

Guardlock, Michael Grosso, Joe Mooney

Program of Industrial Design Capstones

An analog pistol lock that stays attached to the pistol at all times, for in-home defense and unwanted user firearm discharge


Flux Bag, Gabrielle Karlis 2018 Thomas Jefferson University

Flux Bag, Gabrielle Karlis

Program of Industrial Design Capstones

The Flux Bag improves the urban commuting experience by seamlessly converting from backpack to shoulder bag on the fly


Atlas, Ryan Langeveld, Jordan Kissinger 2018 Thomas Jefferson University

Atlas, Ryan Langeveld, Jordan Kissinger

Program of Industrial Design Capstones

Rucking, a form of weight training centered around the use of a bag, is a new, niche market whose demographic is under-served with gear that does not provide features necessary for the best rucking experience. Atlas embodies human-centered design, incorporating features and performance ruckers need for an uncompromising experience.


Reuleaux, Sidney Miller 2018 Thomas Jefferson University

Reuleaux, Sidney Miller

Program of Industrial Design Capstones

A next-generation system of tools for quickly and intuitively designing in 3D.


Savecase, Matthew Napoli 2018 Thomas Jefferson University

Savecase, Matthew Napoli

Program of Industrial Design Capstones

Concept for Reducing Harmful Smartphone Use & Enhancing Productivity


Cuoco Cart, Sarah Nellis 2018 Thomas Jefferson University

Cuoco Cart, Sarah Nellis

Program of Industrial Design Capstones

Cuoco Cart is a food preparation system for children that provides a safe, contained environment for collaborative cooking and early childhood independence between the ages of 5-8 years.


Dh Custom, Joey Newton 2018 Thomas Jefferson University

Dh Custom, Joey Newton

Program of Industrial Design Capstones

DH Custom is a modular, mountain bike shoe that gives Downhill Racers the ability to balance walk-ability and performance for practicing the race course.


Safe Ship, Kristin Renda, Dylan Courtney 2018 Thomas Jefferson University

Safe Ship, Kristin Renda, Dylan Courtney

Program of Industrial Design Capstones

SafeShip is the only discrete system that deters opportunistic theft and increases package delivery efficiency.


Galaetics, Curran Smith 2018 Thomas Jefferson University

Galaetics, Curran Smith

Program of Industrial Design Capstones

A juggling prop designed for a enhance user and viewer experience.


Switchback 1.2, Dan Alderfer, Max Munao 2018 Thomas Jefferson University

Switchback 1.2, Dan Alderfer, Max Munao

Program of Industrial Design Capstones

Adventure photography is about going out and getting that shot that you can show people and blow them away. Currently, there are no bags that address the needs of an adventure photographer in the rigorous setting that they encounter. The Wanderer focuses on accessibility, protection and weight distribution, and is designed so you can retrieve your camera, grab the quick shot, and stow the camera away, all without the hassle of digging through your bag.


Development And Marketing Of A Repurposed Textile Product For Homeless Individuals In Northwest Arkansas, McKenna Whitaker, Beau Broyles, Lindsey Stone 2018 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Development And Marketing Of A Repurposed Textile Product For Homeless Individuals In Northwest Arkansas, Mckenna Whitaker, Beau Broyles, Lindsey Stone

Apparel Merchandising and Product Development Undergraduate Honors Theses

Growing concerns over waste disposal methods have led to a greater focus on recycling efforts in the textile industry. Second only to the oil industry, the textile industry continues to be one of the most wasteful among leading businesses around the world and determining ways to repurpose fashion materials could be a reasonable solution to this growing problem (Dobilaite, V., Mileriene, G., Juciene, M., & Sacevičienė, 2017). In addition to alleviating disposal issues, repurposed materials could serve the humanitarian needs of local communities, and even more importantly, could specifically benefit homeless populations. The purpose of this project was to design, execute ...


Solution For Make-Up Artists Bound To A Wheelchair, Abby Shroyer, Kathryn Doyle, Yidan Hu, Annie Proemm 2018 Kent State University

Solution For Make-Up Artists Bound To A Wheelchair, Abby Shroyer, Kathryn Doyle, Yidan Hu, Annie Proemm

Undergraduate Research Symposium

After discovering the vast amount of people living their life in a wheelchair, it is disappointing to see their limitations within the fashion industry. Finding a product that benefits a specific career for their needs is essential and not a priority in the world. In discovering the difficulties of workspace access for make-up artists bound to a wheelchair, we created a solution through making a detachable table and make-up bag. This allows for the customer to easily transfer necessities from home to the appointment while also having access to her beauty products alongside. The table we designed allows a handle ...


A Synthesis Of Structures, Patrick Kingshill 2018 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

A Synthesis Of Structures, Patrick Kingshill

Theses, Dissertations, and Student Creative Activity, School of Art, Art History and Design

I create compositional structures based on a curated catalog of physical and visual relationships that I have cultivated from my daily life. These compositions are intuitive expressions related to my fascination with the many facets of the built and designed world. My arrangements are curious and intriguing and they unify the expansive diversity of my formal inquiries into a cohesive visual and contemplative experience.

Ceramic and wood are my primary mediums. My interest in woodworking is both aesthetically motivated and nostalgic. I was born in a region of northern California that is historically known for its native giant sequoia and ...


Ready, Set, Play! Disrupting Our Preconceptions Of Classroom Learning Through Innovative Teaching Practices., Heather Shaw 2018 Lesley University

Ready, Set, Play! Disrupting Our Preconceptions Of Classroom Learning Through Innovative Teaching Practices., Heather Shaw

Lesley University Community of Scholars Day

What is play in the context of an undergraduate classroom? For our purposes, play is an attitude and an approach to making work. Both inside and outside of the classroom, there are many ways in which play can serve as a base for serious problem-solving.

As educators, we choose to create a learning environment that provides enjoyment to the people who conduct activities within it. Play does not need to be frivolous — it encourages curiosity, constructive and critical discourse, and provides a safe environment to fail. Framing work within the context of “play” allows students to go beyond their presumed ...


Timeless Leather Studio, Pengxin Guo 2018 University of San Francisco

Timeless Leather Studio, Pengxin Guo

Creative Activity and Research Day - CARD

Timeless Leather Studio is an envisaged non-profit institution, specifically for retirees to learn leather crafting skills. We invite retired timeless people to work with the timeless material—leather. The mission is to encourage retirees to learn how to create handmade leather products in our studio and connect retirees in the community. Timeless Leather Studio provides the platform for people to learn, to share and to enjoy. We offer a handmade leather pouch, along with some basic tools for beginners.


Multilevel Mentoring Using Faculty/Graduate Student/Undergraduate Student And Teaching Center Teams, Janet S. Johnson, Verena Paepcke-Hjeltness, Luke Lefebvre, O.P. Mccubbins, Samantha Jones, Maren M. Wolff, Holly S. Bender, Foy Mills JR 2018 Iowa State University

Multilevel Mentoring Using Faculty/Graduate Student/Undergraduate Student And Teaching Center Teams, Janet S. Johnson, Verena Paepcke-Hjeltness, Luke Lefebvre, O.P. Mccubbins, Samantha Jones, Maren M. Wolff, Holly S. Bender, Foy Mills Jr

Team-Based Learning Presentations and Posters

Discuss ways to use TBL to create multi-level mentoring between graduate students, undergraduates, faculty, teaching center and other campus resources.


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