These are Yield Triangles and can be found at intersections around the world. I first saw them at Roundabouts in Norway and had to double check which side of the road people drove on. My first interpretation was they were there to guide people into their lane while exiting the roundabout. I blame this train of thought on my […]
I’m a human-centered industrial designer with an interest in health, accessibility, inclusive design, and systems thinking. Growing up as a fish being scolded on my inability to climb trees, I know the importance of designing with and for the fliers, climbers and swimmers.
My approach to design is to use my ability to empathize with those who I am designing for and with. It is important to look at a problem from all angles. The world is full of thoughtless design that often leads to inaccessibility. With my work, I want to address these problems and make design more inclusive, enabling everyone to succeed.
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I think my favourite design decision that I found in Norway was the choice to label the washrooms as Gender-neutral. Up until this point, I had only seen single occupant washrooms labelled for anyone. I first saw these washrooms at school HiOA (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences) and kept seeing them around Norway. […]
I just got back to Canada from my 5-month exchange in Norway. I’m studying Industrial Design at OCAD U and went to Norway for Product Design at HiOA. While I was there I noticed countless differences that Canada and Norway treat design differently. I haven’t had much time outside of Canada so it’s hard for me to know […]