I had the chance to go to Chicago last week to attend the HOW Design Live Conferences as a recipient of the Dieline Awards in the student category! It was an amazing inspiring experience, and I was lucky enough to meet some of my design heroes like Timothy Goodman.
What can a brand like Desperados do in favor of the arts? With experimentation as one of its core values, my brother and I thought of the next big move that the brand can take upon to save the arts around the world, starting in the U.S. and Europe.
I tried to imagine Yelp's current interface with a section for recipes. I also explored a few ideas that could live outside of the screen. Make sure to check all of the screens and process by clicking the button below!
I was recently challenged to improve some of the experiences for travelers at the airport. Based on my personal experiences with American Airlines I decided to design interfaces that could transform them from a money-centered company to a customer-centered company. Make sure to check the PDF to see the full process and more screens!
One of my last studios at ArtCenter was sponsored by the Aquarium of the Pacific. My class and I designed an exhibition that will be built next summer and will be open for the public to experience. Here is a quick sneak peek of what's to come!
This was a 2 hour exercise that I lead with my team of 5 MBA's at INSEAD business school in Singapore. The premise was to re-imagine postcards to turn them into more unique souvenirs. In this video, me and my MBA partner Yannis, present our top two ideas!
I took a stab at trying to come up with my ideal workspace! There is definitely a lot to refine, but it was a great fun exercise that made me reflect upon my working habits.
For this project, I partnered with an MBA at INSEAD, that had an idea to create a company around modular and customizable glasses. This is a basic rendering explaining the functionality of the product.
I wanted to create accessories for the brand that were not part of what they are known (sunglasses), but still complement what they stand for. Accessories that are beautiful and captivating and that make the user feel empowered and influential.
This was one of the most fun projects I've ever done! I took apart an existing RC Car and replicated the components in Solidworks. The outer shell was re-designed using one of my favorite art movements (Pop Art) as the inspiration, and was later 3-D printed and painted.
As part of my type 2 class I designed a simple type specimen poster for one of my favorite types: Bodoni.
I did a mock-up for a website that helps people find tour guides and customized itineraries around the world, as part of a project from INSEAD MBA's Maria Elisseou and Erik Lepke.
This was one of the assignments for my creative strategies class. The challenge was to create a candy for each of my classmates through what I interpreted as "designer candy."
I designed a beer tap for one of my favorite Colombian breweries called the BBC (Bogota Beer Company).
I wanted to have a little fun in my sewing lab class and decided to use bubble wrap as the main material. It was definitely not as easy to sew as it seems!