BSc Product Design
I'm an enthusiastic, self-driven designer. I approach each project with energy and creativity, which, alongside my commitment to finding practical solutions, ensures that my designs deliver on both aesthetics and function.
The market for plant-based milks is growing year on year, with one of the reasons being due to plant-based milks producing 3 times less greenhouse gas emissions compared to Dairy milk. However, shop bought plant-based milks, such as Oat, also have negative environmental impacts, such as the packaging waste produced. In 2019, 140 billion cartons were sent to landfill. With Oatilicious, there is no carton waste, only minimal waste from oat grain packaging. Not to forget the high-cost saving, with Oatilicious, it costs 23p to make 1L of oat milk compared to an average of £1.40 for shop bought. Oatilicious has both cost savings for the consumer and an overall less environmental impact. It allows users to make oat milk in just one container. This includes blending, filtering, storing, and pouring.
Pepsi Max Qatar World Cup Promotional Bottle
This product would be used to promote the Qatar World Cup through a soft drink brand. The product makes use of collectable memorabilia, encouraging people to repeat purchases of soft drink bottles. The bottles each have one ball attached to the neck of the bottle, which hangs in a net, with this net representing a goal in football. Each ball features a different team flag that has participated in the World Cup, with the aim for consumers to collect a full set. To encourage the collection of a full set, the users can win a display stand after registering the purchase of 5 bottles.
The bottle also shows a World Cup inspired label in a net, tying in with the featured collectable in the net but also a football goal being scored.