The debut product line from NYC upstart Raden. Partnered with Josh Udashkin to conceive a modern, universal family of luggage that leverages technology to alleviate some of the aggravations of travel. Raden can alert you to it’s arrived at the baggage carousel, charge your mobile devices, and warn you if your luggage is over the weight limit for your flight.
role: industrial designer and direction, manufacturing support to mass production.
graphic design and branding by Mucho SF
The original Beatbox sound system needed a more compact, rechargeable, portable sibling. Fast. Concept, development, and production schedules were primary challenges, along with the aggressive cost targets.
Google Wearables ID lead. Set product definition and directed the industrial design of all Google Audio products and their accessories.
Industrial design by Gina Reimann and Luke Mastrangelo.
Initiated in collaboration with DJ AM, the Pro headphone was envisioned as a premium DJ headphone. Defining features include the sound isolating ear cups, swivel hinge for monitoring the room, and the ability to daisy-chain several headphones together.
Circadian Design enlisted Kenneth Sweet ID to partner on the design and development of a medication management system. The final product is an app-connected medicine bottle that reminds you when to take your medication, keeps track of your dosage, and orders your refill when you are about to run out.
Role: UX consulting, Industrial design, and design engineering support
Octovo is a no-compromise collection of tools for the modern traveler.
Barnes & Noble needed to develop an e-reader in order to remain competitive in the trade. Within the course of a single year, they had their first product; a streamlined, easy to use e-ink/LCD hybrid named 'NOOK'.
A special collaborative project between Octovo and Tilley Surfboards, five surfboards were hand formed and finished to our shape and finish specifications. We developed custom cast titanium components and built a tailored Octovo surf bag to protect each board.
Beats wanted to expand their category offerings by entering the portable audio space. They chose to do it in a characteristically brash way, introducing a beatbox in 2010.