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BA Product Design

Eve Tollett

I view myself as the human embodiment of the infamous Design Squiggle. I seek inspiration from everywhere and tend not to pigeonhole myself into one design style. Design, to me, is about helping people tackle the frustrations of everyday life; making living a tad easier.


273513-258542 - N0928759 - Zahra Achda- 28 April, 2024 1007 PM - Achda_Zahra_Trailshare_Co

Do you bite your nails, pick at your skin, chew your lips, or pull at your own hair? You may have a body focussed repetitive behaviour and not even know you do… These habits are very common yet are widely under acknowledged. Something to physically and mentally distract from the habit(s) is proven to help minimise it and even eradicate it in its entirety with prolonged usage.

This tool provides just that - with customisable textures and interchangeable components to fit your specific needs, you are choosing what will work for you rather than a standardised fidget product that relies on a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to self-help. Small enough to be discreet yet effective enough to engage the user effectively, this product is sophisticated and highly practical.

The best part is that you build it yourself based on what you need and you can change out components as easily as changing your socks.

Muller Click

We've all had issues with yoghurts bursting, leaking or being punctured, right?

Click ensures that the mess created by on-the-go consumables is mitigated. The product is designed to house the usual elements you would find within a Muller Corner yoghurt pot; however, this design keeps the yoghurt secure while commuting. The lid (that operates on the same, existing hinge mechanism as the Corner) clicks into place to form a tight, hardened seal that is designed to withstand knocks and bumps in your bag. The mono-material shell is designed to be recycled easily as there is no need to separate your pot into different components.

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