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Angelika Widz

BSc Product Design

I am an all-round designer who is a skilled problem solver in both 2D and 3D. I am constantly evolving and developing, inspired by purpose-driven design, whether graphic, physical, or digital. My aim is to design impactfully across any discipline I pursue.

Ergonomic Tint Bowl Redesign

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Consumers' desire to perform self-care, such as changing their hair colour, is strongly linked to economic crisis times. Hair salons, on the other hand, are notoriously expensive and not always financially viable for the consumer.

Traditional tint bowls are designed for salon use, to be placed on a flat surface alongside a hairdresser without taking into account the user environment and limitations that come with undertaking the process - the product specifically focuses on reducing the risk of mistakes during the process by stabilising the product, allowing the user to focus more on the process through a more streamlined product.

Furthermore, the product can hold equipment such as clips and a brush, the product can help free up the user's hands, allowing them to focus on application and technique rather than struggling with a previously unrefined bowl.


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Inspired by the physical constraints that renters face, particularly those who live in smaller spaces such as studio apartments, Kabi aims to free up counter space by moving spices up rather than letting them sit on the counters.

It works by fitting between the counter and the cabinet to form a floating shelf that utilises vertical space to save counter space. This feature, combined with a 360-degree rotation, allows appliances such as toasters and kettles to be used that are already on the counter.

Aside from saving space, the benefit of a product like this is that it does not leave any damages or marks when removed, making it the ultimate renter-friendly vertical storage product.

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