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Industrial Design Studies

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Raymond Ng

on 19 June 2014

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Transcript of Industrial Design Studies

User Research
Smart
Persona
Environment
P.E.E.S.T
What we researched
What we found
What it means
What we researched
What we found out
What it means
Economical
Mountaineering
Brand Analysis
INTERVIEWS AND SURVEYS
FIRST HAND EXPERIENCE
What is mountaineering?
Rock Climbing

Walking/ Hiking

Alpinism

Hunt Statements
What is this environment like?

Do people eat in this sort of environment or
context?

What type of physical activity is carried out?

Is there a need for a hot food device?


Mountains are sacred?
Temperature and Altitude
Physically Intensive

Altitude will have effects on the user

Truly global activity

'Sport for life'

Altitude will have effects on the equipment






Mountaineering is generally at high altitudes

It is dangerous

Mount Everest - 8800m above sea level

4% fatality rate

Temperatures fall the higher you go up



Hypothermia and altitude sickness



Coupled with physical strain
Terrain
Judgement time

Mix of physical features

Rocky slopes and snow can be progressed by foot


brand
In - depth interviews with regular climbers - gain insight into design requirements/potential problems
Members of the group with first hand experience were able to draw on their own personal experience.
"Gas stoves are usually preferred...because they are super lightweight and allow you to boil water extremely fast."
"A lot of the time you
really
want a hot meal or something substantial, but you generally just don't have the time or it's far too cold to stay still."
"There is nothing more motivating than a hot meal/drink."
"Cold food is nowhere near as nice and rewarding as warm food."
"When temperature is that cold at that altitude, slight warmth makes a huge difference."
"My only worry is the weight aspect. If it adds too much pack weight, or if it weighs more than conventional heaters, it wont be worth taking"
5 key design requirements to make the product viable:
LIGHTWEIGHT
DURABLE
STABLE
PORTABLE
INSULATED
5 design requirements mentioned must be followed

Must be an improvement on current alternatives

Definite desire in target market for a product such as this
SMART Automotive
So where does this leave us?
So how does this affect the user?
But what about the external factors?
How do we make it visually appealing?
Kai Saunders, Raymond Ng, Sam Hemming, Tom Braybrooke and Alex Shayle
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