Owen GlynnIndustrial Design BSc
A year working in Shanghai gave me the opportunities to further my skills as a designer. I gained a new insight into the industry through working with Chinese factories and international clients, and developed a deeper appreciation of cultural diversity and its influence upon design. With this, I leave Brunel enthused and motivated, looking forward to becoming involved in the global design industry.
eSee evolved from a design exploration into the needs of visually impaired people. Intended to aid supermarket shopping, eSee uses Radio Frequency Identification to scan items. The intention was to create an accessible product for people with varying needs and abilities by incorporating a graphical and audible interface in a comfortable, intuitive product.