UX

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Drone controllers just aren't intuitive enough.  I stopped flying my Phantom DJI because there were too many close calls. 


I designed this controller to be intuitive. No more can you confuse Up with Forward and Down with Back. 

I created the same feeling, as if the operator was in the Pilot seat. Hand coordination derived from flying real planes, the left hand steers, while the left hand controls speeds. 

You want the drone to rise up? Raise the controller up. Want it to go forward? push the most forward button, also helps that button is pointing in the same direction. 
Left hand controls the drone's rotation and camera rotation.

The camera on the drone is directly under the drone, mirroring the camera controls on the bottom of the controller.

The water kettle designed for people with low hand strength and the visually challenged. 

Interviewed over two dozen hands. Carefully reconstructed countless coffee and tea pouring habits. 

Designed a multi functional and aesthetically pleasing water kettle.

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HILL

About me...

 

I am a multidisciplinary designer interested in product design. I turned in my graphic artist job to get a Masters degree in Industrial design, fueling my desire to create physical/tangible products. My entrepreneurial adventures over the last few years have been fun and lucrative. My passion is finding the balance between creative and functional products. My career goal is to create useful products that will inspire and motivate people while leaving lasting impressions and create product experiences.

KAREN