Thursday, 8 October 2015

Week 10 e-journal: Force Connection 2

In this blog post, I have come up with an idea to force connect a water bottle and a wallet. Sometimes people want to carry all their items with them without a bag. This will reduce their hassle and also encourage them to drink more water as their water bottle is with them always.
 Image result for regular water bottleImage result for small walletImage result for small walletImage result for card holderImage result for school water bottleImage result for school water bottleImage result for clip pouchImage result for school water bottle

The photos above are my inspiration.

This photo is what sparked my idea in class as me and my group decided to create something out of this two items.

This is the idea i came up with by having a cardholder like compartment in front of the bottle to store all cards and cash. 

This week, i have learned that with creativity in mind, you can create items that are unique and items that bring an ease to life like items that are multi-functional and useful.

Week 9 e-journal: Force Connection

Above are 6 photos i have drawn out with an object forced connected with an adjective.
The first one is a passionate candle: the candles are connected for a intimate feel.
Sad candle: Designed to be like a frown
Creative candle: Curved and twirled.
Greedy candle: Multiple candle connected to one stand.
Hardworking Candle: One candle with multiple wicks.

The 6 photos uploaded above is a cup force connected with adjectives.
Passionate cup: Instead of a handle, the cup has openings, so that the fingers can go through the cup and hold it.
Sad cup: A cup with a dent.
Brave cup: A cup with a pointed bottom.
Creative cup: A square cup
Greedy cup: a cup with a "bitten off" pattern
Hardworking cup: 4 small cups,joined together.