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  • Haiden GogginIndustrial Design 2013 Portfolio

  • Haiden Goggin GPA 3.18 / 4.0

    EDUCATIONWentworth Institute of Technology Boston, MA Exp. August 2014

    Bachelors of Science in Industrial Design

    COURSE WORKCad 2D & 3D - Visualization (hand & Cintiq) - Design 1 & 2 - Studio IV

    Materials & Manufacturing - Human Factors In Design - Modeling Techniques

    TECHNICAL SKILLSSoftware Adobe Illustrator CS6 - Adobe Photoshop CS6 - Adobe Indesign CS6 - Sketchbook Pro

    Graphite V8 - Microsoft Word - Microsoft Powerpoint - Rhino - Keyshot

    Prototyping Hand Modeling - Milling - Wood/Metal Lathing - Table/Band Saw - Laser Cutter

    Visualization Pencil/Marker - Cintiq

    STANDOUT STUDIO PROJECTTape Dispenser w Surrealist themed and designed with only wood and cast aluminum

    Featured on Coroflot.com, Greendump.net, Designlaunches.com

    WORK EXPERIENCEHasbro Pawtucket, RI January 2013 April 2013

    Design Co-op - Playskool Heroes

    w Assisted in many aspects of production, i.e. concept development, brainstorming, deco

    w Built many concept proving models, sculpted possible upcoming SKU in Rhino 3D

    Loft LLC. Providence, RI February 2013 March 2013

    Design Consultant

    w Responsible for product renders using Keyshot in the development process

    w Created presentation ready renders for communication to client

    CLUB ACTIVITY w Co-founder of Bostons Nature Design Team, a non-profit recycling team that organizes weekly trash pickups and recycles/upcycles found litter in Boston.

    w Volunteer for Design Museum Boston

    w Member of Industrial Designers Society of America at Wentworth

    INTERESTS Sketching - Music - 3D Modeling - Mad Men

    1349 Bear Hill Road w Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426

    207-343-1495 w [email protected]

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    FEED

    Design

    ing a bi

    rd feede

    r for the

    Dark-Ey

    ed Junc

    o

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    Birds of New England

    Lapland Longspur Dark-Eyed Junco

    Indigo Bunting

    Tufted Titmouse

    Contenders were chosen on beauty, abundance and whether or not they ate seed primarily.

    Research Exploration of potential birds

    Chosen Species

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    Chosen Species Inspiration

    Materials to explore

    Identifying target stakeholdersContext

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    IDEATION Applying research findings to sketching

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    Concept Final directions based on Juncos needs and my exploration

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    Iterations of different ideas through models informed prototypeFinal Direction

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    Better protection from roof

    Larger feeding platform

    Wood integration must repel H20

    Hide Hardware

    CONCLUSIONS

    Testing the prototype in rain and windDevelopmentPost-Test

    Wet tissue paper =Rain exposure

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    Final Models Final product in raw material and market quality

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    A simple flip, turn, and fill is all that is needed to fill the feeder.

    Interface Easy access bottom door aids in filling. No disassembly required.

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    Designing a cam powered wooden toy for a child 2-4 years old.PLAY

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    Design Identity Understanding my target market and design intent

    Tactile training Push & Pull cam Natural materials

    How to promote movement? What will give a fun feedback? Does it encourage sustainability?

    TARGET AGE GROUP 2 - 4 years old

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    Brainstorming Exploration of ideas that could utilize a cam mechanism

    What would give the child a sense of accomplishment?

    Understanding my target market and design intent

    Does it encourage sustainability?

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    Exploration Using my ideation, I began exploring potential design directions

    UNFEASIBLE Conclusions

    Liquid is messy

    Bubbles arent consistent

    Too unstable

    Needs maintenance

    FEASIBLE Conclusions

    No liquids

    Sail and wave movement

    Stable and reliable

    Virtually no maintenance

    CONCEPT 1

    CONCEPT 2

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    Development Using my working model, I developed visual models from my brainstormingITERATION DISCOVERIES An anchor that provides a grip fit for a child

    Deck mounted barrel for winding up anchor

    Port holes that give context

    Wheel caps to separate waves from wheels

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    Final Model Using the best aspects of my iterations I was able to construct my final model

    Processes Utilized Hand shaping

    Vacuum forming

    Veneer layering / wood bending

    Resin molding

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    If a surrealist had a tape dispenser...

    DISPENSE

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    Design Intent Design a tape dispenser for a surrealist artist

    UNIQUE dreamlike Easily used

    Be Different. Where am I? Is it clear?

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    Development Brainstorming and evolution of models

    Chosen concept

    Permutations

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    Final Details Tape dispenser built with turned and cast aluminum, wood and acrylic

    Clear affordances

    Dreamlike attributes Unique form

    Resilient materials

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    captivateOutdoor seating proposal for Wentworths campusIn partnership with Michael Hurley

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    Study of students seating habits and travel patterns

    THE CAPTIVATE W.I.T LOUNGEobservation of seating behaviors seating status

    current w.i.t

    chosen area

    what the students want

    comfort of home brought outdoors a seat that conforms to you pleasing colors and inviting Elegant and modern

    what w.i.t needs maximum longevity of the seat quick & easy maintenence for staff Seat doesnt interfere with irrigation low probability of desecration no sharp edges / must be safe no wooden parts

    prospective real estate

    ResearchTHE CAPTIVATE W.I.T LOUNGEobservation of seating behaviors seating status

    current w.i.t

    chosen area

    what the students want

    comfort of home brought outdoors a seat that conforms to you pleasing colors and inviting Elegant and modern

    what w.i.t needs maximum longevity of the seat quick & easy maintenence for staff Seat doesnt interfere with irrigation low probability of desecration no sharp edges / must be safe no wooden parts

    prospective real estate

    THE CAPTIVATE W.I.T LOUNGEobservation of seating behaviors seating status

    current w.i.t

    chosen area

    what the students want

    comfort of home brought outdoors a seat that conforms to you pleasing colors and inviting Elegant and modern

    what w.i.t needs maximum longevity of the seat quick & easy maintenence for staff Seat doesnt interfere with irrigation low probability of desecration no sharp edges / must be safe no wooden parts

    prospective real estate

    THE CAPTIVATE W.I.T LOUNGEobservation of seating behaviors seating status

    current w.i.t

    chosen area

    what the students want

    comfort of home brought outdoors a seat that conforms to you pleasing colors and inviting Elegant and modern

    what w.i.t needs maximum longevity of the seat quick & easy maintenence for staff Seat doesnt interfere with irrigation low probability of desecration no sharp edges / must be safe no wooden parts

    prospective real estate

    THE CAPTIVATE W.I.T LOUNGEobservation of seating behaviors seating status

    current w.i.t

    chosen area

    what the students want

    comfort of home brought outdoors a seat that conforms to you pleasing colors and inviting Elegant and modern

    what w.i.t needs maximum longevity of the seat quick & easy maintenence for staff Seat doesnt interfere with irrigation low probability of desecration no sharp edges / must be safe no wooden parts

    prospective real estate

    THE CAPTIVATE W.I.T LOUNGEobservation of seating behaviors seating status

    current w.i.t

    chosen area

    what the students want

    comfort of home brought outdoors a seat that conforms to you pleasing colors and inviting Elegant and modern

    what w.i.t needs maximum longevity of the seat quick & easy maintenence for staff Seat doesnt interfere with irrigation low probability of desecration no sharp edges / must be safe no wooden parts

    prospective real estate

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    initial Ideation

    Final design

    HAIDEN GOGGIN - MICHAEL HURLEY

    DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

    Study Models Breadboard Assembly and Testing

    swivel pointswivel point

    swivel pointswivel point

    CRADLE SEAT MESH CHAIR

    CANOPY LOUNGE STRETCH STOOL

    ISOLATION POD SPRING SEAT

    Design process

    initial Ideation

    Final design

    HAIDEN GOGGIN - MI