Senior Industrial Designer
Aug 2014 - Present (7 years 3 months)
Product Development in robotics for rehabilitation.
DIH International focuses on rehabilitation solutions and medication management by connecting the most innovative people with the most intelligent technologies. After merging with leading players to revolutionize the medication management business, the growing industry of rehabilitation solutions is the next big chapter of DIH’s success story. DIH already merged with the Dutch companies Motekforce Link, a global leader in virtual rehabilitation, and FysioRoadmap MRS, a leader in web-based clinical programs and data integration. Now, the world leader in robotic and sensor-based rehabilitation solutions, Hocoma, joins the DIH family and takes over an important role within DIH’s growth strategy.
Freelance Product Designer
2014 - Present (7 years)
Apr 2009 - Jul 2013 (4 years 3 months)
My work scope at Gnosis included market research and analysis, concept generation, creating and pitching presentations. My language ability enables me to communicate with my foreign colleagues and chinese factories. I am familiar with the techniques and processes of manufacturing. I was the CMF designer for the Instyler Professional where I managed any CMF developments and was responsible for the fabrication of golden samples during concept and production stages. I also oversaw the execution of prototypes, negotiated quotations, risk management, managed timelines, and was involved in clients and suppliers liaisons.
Junior Industrial Designer
Jun 2008 - Dec 2008 (6 months)
I was an intern at Detekt for 3 months before officially joining them as a junior designer. My job scope included research, ideation and concept development, drawing up the Product Design Specifications, building CAD models, 3D renderings, and presentation.
Industrial Design Intern
Jun 2007 - Dec 2007 (6 months)
I took part in a six months internship at Airdesign after graduating from university. The design office was right above the manufacturing plant hence I was able to frequent all areas of the plant watching and observing the manufacturing process. I did research, concept development, CAD models and also had the opportunity to design a soft mould for a spare wheel cover I worked on. Some of the manufacturing techniques used there I have never seen or read about, and it was definitely an eye opener.