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  • Mathew Kipling

    Industrial Designer

    Newcastle, England

See more of my work at http://cargocollective.com/kipling I am a very driven and hard working individual with a desire to affect the world around me through my designs. I have a love for trying new things with my designs and thinking outside of the box. Creating new things with a combination of thorough process, research, exploration and development. I pride myself on broad skills and experience including product, packaging, graphic and interface design.

Work Samples

  • Daily Adventures

  • Lancook

  • Squidge

Work History

Please Download My Full CV/Resumé Here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/sjqk5yzr16jw5jp/vZ_ON8pXMI Tea Making Skills: Excellent/Superb. Experience: Culture Lab, Newcastle University, UK Oct '11 - April '13 Research Assistant within a Computer Science research lab at Newcastle University, functioning as a designer. The role consisted of creating full production parts (See:AX3), bespoke items, interfaces and printed documents to accompany peoples work and research within the lab. My role also featured assisting the facility and help students (Undergrad and PHD) create their own items, sharing skills and help maintain the workshops and 2 3D printers for school use. MARS, Slough UK June '10 - Sept '10 Working within the design studio at Mars, I worked on a variety of projects featuring their various chocolate brands. Working on brand DNA’s, packaging design and product experience diagnostics. This was a great experience working within a studio environment and experiencing design management, dealing with commissions and consulting with various studios in the UK & Europe. Live Projects, Freelance and Collaborations: Bridge and Tunnel Productions 2012-13: Various freelance graphic design projects including layout of a book to accompany their 'Last of the Dictionary Men', featuring the works of the photographer Youssef Nabil. Motorola 2010: Live university project working with Motorola's research and development facility in South Korea, developing concepts for mobile technologies in youth markets (See:Moti). Intel Portland 2009: Live University project working with Intel in creating concepts for the future of home computing (See:Abode). Pigment Productions 2009: Freelance packaging design project to generate concepts for a low cost packaging, that still reflected the companies quality in their product. Black+Blum 2008: Live University project working with Black+Blum on their range of lunch boxes.


BA (Hons) Design For Industry, Nortumbria University. 2007-2011