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Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Independent industrial designer. I love to create meaningful and inspiring products. If you like my work, please drop me a line visit my website and blog at nelsonwah.com
Altec Lansing Speaker
Cobra AMP Cell Driver
Industrial design consultant. Freelance and collaborative projects. Form development, conceptual design, ideation, product development, design research, strategy, visualization, 3D CAD, quick models and prototypes.
Clients include: Active Ideas LLC, Norsk, We-Inspire, SA Studios Global, Shape Security, Privacy Products LLC, Olight, Mobio, Symphony of Nod, University Medical Pharmaceuticals, Advantageous Systems LLC, Dynamic Gaming, San Gabriel Valley Jeet Kune Do, Bottomless Pit Games.
Industrial designer for multiple confidential projects.
Some clients include: Corsair Gaming, TaylorMade-adidas Golf, Umbra.
Designed and created soulful products for a wide range of industries. Working together with small startups, large corporations, and everything in between.
Clients include: Samsung, Cobra PUMA Golf, Altec Lansing, iFrogz, ZAGG, Dane-Elec, Elite Fitness, Thales Avionics, Cohu Electronics, Atom Inc, Powell Tools, Time Bomb, EWI, KIA, Dana/Spicer, Oxygenics, Rockwell Time, Electric Visual, INDUS.
Assigned to do key design work, research, concept sketching, mockups and prototypes, brainstorms, and presentations.
Clients include: Simplehuman, Carefusion, Magtek, Duracell
Intelligent Mobility International (IMI)
IMI 2 Wheelchair - 2008
Designed a low cost wheelchair for Guatemala. In collaboration with Art Center Designmatters, Landivar University, Caltech.
Project Concern International (PCI)
Mobile Health Clinic - 2008
Created a new strategic vision and designs for PCI's Tijuana mobile health clinic system. In collaboration with Art Center Designmatters.
Johns Hopkins University
Functionalizing Nanoparticles for RNAi - 2005
Senior Thesis project. Combining nanotech with genetic therapy to control and guide gene expression at a localized site.
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Realtime Continuous Energy Expenditure Measure - 2004
Was electrical engineering leader in team of 8 biomedical engineering students to create a device to noninvasively monitor and graph in realtime the energy expenditure of a woman during labor.
Aided in developing a computational model for electrical excitations in the heart. I was tasked with exploring the possibility of a "late sodium ion channel," modeling this ion channel based on published clinical data, and running computer simulations to test the model.
Conducted lab experiments for Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease research.
Aided researchers in data collection and experiments in ligand-gated ion channels
Art Center Merit Scholarship recipient
Graduated with an Electrical Engineering concentration Bloomberg Scholar - Full-ride scholarship sponsored by Michael Bloomberg