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  1. 1. Mike Jaslowski Industrial Design Portfolio Spring 2015
  2. 2. 3 aslowskiMike Product Designer Why Industrial Design? I had thought about becoming a designer numerous times before. As a carpenter, I was always solving problems. Many times they were unforeseeable, but often they were things overlooked by the designer or architect. I thought it would be easier if I were the designer and could design it right the first time. The thought of going back to school was daunting until I talked to some industrial designers at REI. They loved their jobs and were excited about school. Industrial design was a perfect fit for my creativity, problem solving, and empathy with clients. Chris Pottinger had gone to MSU and after he described the program I knew this was the place for me. The hands-on aspect was right up my alley unlike the more graphic based program at the University of Washington. My wife and I moved from Seattle for a fresh start here in Denver. Design Philosophy I have noticed a theme in my designs that stems from construction experience as well as working with designers and developers at SmartWool, GoLite, and REI. I tend to use clean lines and simple construction with high quality finish and craftsmanship. Many people have noticed my work and even commented that I have my own style. I have tried to encompass a number of materials and manufacture methods, but always approach them with the same mantra - Clean and Simple with Quality Construction. Future Plans I am interested in the outdoor industry, but I would like to expand my knowledge base and interests. I would like to be a well rounded designer able to work in a variety of industries. BIO 1632 Bain Dr. Erie, CO 80516 mjaslows@msudenver.edu
  3. 3. 5 aslowskiMike Product Designer Accomplishments Development Contractor. SmartWool, Clothing and Socks. Boulder, CO. Nov. 2014 to Present. Design Intern. GoLite, Outdoor Equipment and Apparel. Boulder, CO. Dec. 2013 to May 2014. Fit Model. REI, Outdoor Equipment and Apparel. Kent, WA. IDSA Western District Conference, Tribe:Craft. San Jose, CA. 2015 IDSA Western District Conference, Running with the Bulls. Denver, CO. 2014. Outdoor Retailer Summer Market Trade Show. Salt Lake City, UT. 2014. President’s Honor Roll, 2014. Cumulative GPA: 4.0 IDSA Student Member since 2013. Two of my art pieces were selected to represent student work for the NASAD accreditation process. Carpenter, Project Manager. Fishtail Construction. Redmond, WA. 2003 - 2013. B.S. Environmental Science. Western Washington University. 1997.
  4. 4. Contents 6 8 12 18 20 22 26 S Slate / Black Black / Lime Tiger / BlackBlack / Slate
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  6. 6. Dharana 8 YogaShorts Designed for Art: 3D Design Multi-use Design The Dharana shorts were designed for men who combine activity and leisure in their day. They are highly versatile, have fashionable good looks and provide excellent fit and comfort for: Yoga Biking Workouts at the Gym The Coffee Shop
  7. 7. 9 COLORWAY SKETCHES Slate / Black Black / Lime Sand / Black Tiger / BlackBlack / Slate Board Short closure eliminates bulk at the waistband. Wicking, stretch fabric for numerous activities. Front pockets for wallet and keys, plus interior pocket to keep phone secure.
  8. 8. Dharana 10 YogaShorts Designed for Art: 3D Design Process A pattern was made from existing shorts with a good fit. After making and altering a mock-up, the pattern was changed and the shorts were made in the correct fabric. These shorts stay in place during all movements-- even stretches in yoga. They are free moving and comfortable.
  9. 9. Mock-up. Pattern making. Altering pattern. 11
  10. 10. Bike dimensions and how they attach to typical bike racks were one consideration. The client’s goals for the project and target market were important in determining the final form. How bikes can nest together was also examined to determine how to arrange and secure them in a confined space. Designed for Beginning StudioBike-in-Back SUVInteriorBikeMount 12 ResearchDesign Constraints Bike Fit: This design will fit both standard quick-release and 15mm through axles. Light Weight: Main parts are made from extruded aluminum. Adjustment: Left to Right and Front to Back. Fits in the interior cargo space of an SUV. Form inspiration came from Joseph Eichler homes, a favorite architect of the client. Determining how different bikes can nest together.
  11. 11. 13 A sketch model showed that the adjustment didn’t translate well to nesting the bikes together. Photo courtesy of David Klein This model provided much better adjustment for various bikes, but form is bulky. Early Ideation.
  12. 12. Designed for Beginning StudioBike-in-Back SUVInteriorBikeMount 14 Locking lever clamps in place like the adjustable fence on a table saw. Extruded aluminum parts are light and durable. Fork mount fits both standard quick-release and 15mm through axel. Easy front to back and side to side adjustment. Extends to side of vehicle with simple ratchet system.
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  14. 14. Designed for Beginning StudioBike-in-Back SUVInteriorBikeMount 16 The width of 4 bikes can fit in as little as 42 inches, including the handlebars! Base adjusts from 40 to 60 inches.
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  16. 16. IslandParadise 18 MobileWorkStation Designed for Metals Design Constraints Process Welded steel construction. 24 x 24 x 30 finished size. Stool or Table. To achieve 36 inch work height, 7 inch removable casters were added 29 inch tall island. 2 1/2 x 1/4 inch steel bands were bent on a press brake and the open ends welded. Casters were welded together, then bolted to the base. The drawer is a wood class project that I designed to fit the island and added later.
  17. 17. 19 Locking casters allow for easy mobility around the kitchen. The knife drawer includes soft close drawer glides to protect the knives. Steel bands were set in flush to the surface of the butcher block top to form clean lines.
  18. 18. Designed for Model MakingHummingbird Pitcher 20 Form Development Quick line drawings interspersed with clay modeling enabled the development of a 3D form with emotion and energy. As a functional object, the form became a pitcher. Earlier energy was reincorporated with the off-balance feel and thinly pointed spout. Clay models to explore 3D form.
  19. 19. 21 Taping over the blue and black in preparation for the final coat. Beginning with a 12” x 12” x 2” foam block, I cut out my design and glued on some thickness with Super 77. Exploring a color pallet.
  20. 20. VoodooLighting 22 fortheVoodooComedyPlayhouse Designed for Beginning Studio Problem Research & User Experience Solution Our group was inspired by the steampunk aesthetic and felt it would compliment the existing vintage vibe of the playhouse. Create a lighting centerpiece to: Provide mood lighting Inspire conversation Users: Comedy Playhouse Patrons Bar Tenders Venue: Comedy Playhouse / Bar Existing adjustable Hue lighting system 12’ black ceilings with exposed duct work Displayed Art Vintage theatrical vibe Design: Will use light to express creativity Easy to operate / add to current system This chandelier will: Create a visual discussion piece Reflect the whimsical mood Be visible from outside to draw people in
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  22. 22. VoodooLighting 24 fortheVoodooComedyPlayhouse Designed for Beginning Studio Camaraderie Our group clicked immediately and we were able to ideate together to identify a unified theme and concept. The final concept encompasses the entire space with accent lighting for the bar, theater entrance, and display illumination. These additions will be tied together with faux cast iron pipes. The scope was narrowed down to the central chandelier for this project.
  23. 23. This fixture was designed to work with the Phillips “Hue” bulbs that allow the client to interact with the color and brightness via smartphone or tablet. 25
  24. 24. Designed for Plastics Form Development Lisbon DeskLamp Wood and metal were included to add a dynamic feel to this fiberglass project. The initial industrial stick figure look was pushed with inspiration from the 1950’s streamlined aesthetic. The cardboard mock-up was essential in the transition from 2D to 3D. The base was widened considerably to balance the width of the fiberglass shade. 26 Full-scale mock-up. Functional final.
  25. 25. 27 The base is clear-coated, but was also wrapped with fiberglass in the original design. An array of LEDs is wired to a dimmer switch. The fiberglass shade extends seamlessly from the fiberglass wrapped wood.
  26. 26. Madison 28 LaundryBasket Designed for Art: 3D Design Design Goals Rethink the typical laundry basket and include the following features: Reduced need to bend over Comfortable one handed carrying Compact for shipping or storage Attractive appearance
  27. 27. Clean laundry can be carried with the extra handle on the bottom of the bag. Bag is easily removed and carried with one hand, keeping the other free to open doors or use handrail. Iron wood construction allows for delicate details. 29
  28. 28. Designed for Model MakingCVAParklet ParkingStallPark 30 Design Constraints Fit in one standard parking stall Minimize visual and physical impact to adjacent mural Movable Welcoming yet discourage overnight use
  29. 29. 31 Flexible solar panels provide power to a USB charging port beneath table as well as shade. Glass table and benches provide function without impeding view through the space. Glass benches are lighted from below for dramatic evening appearance.
  30. 30. ChargerMate 32 ElectronicsChargingStation Designed for Metals Design Problem Solution Charging cords get tangled, disorganized, and take up counter space. A shelf that hangs from any outlet box and is held in place by the outlet cover. When installed on a kitchen outlet, phones and cords sit above the counter freeing up counter space.
  31. 31. Durable powder coated finish. Simple sheet metal construction. 8 folds, 4 spot welds. Cardboard pattern for initial sheet metal blank. 33
  32. 32. Designed for Industrial DrawingIllumine Flat-PackLightTable/DeskLight 34 2’ x 2’ cut layout for CNC router. Set on desk as light table. Hanging from wall as desk light.
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  34. 34. 36 SupplementalWorkArtworkandProjects Designed for Various Classes Acrylic & carbon fiber rubber band powered boat designed for Plastics. Spatula designed for Metals. Indiana Jones movie prop for Model Making. Plaster with molded resin eyes. Cherry and Maple Chest made for Woods. Space Car rendered for Perspective Drawing. Polystyrene Mask vacuum formed in Plastics. Fastest in Class!
  35. 35. 37 Teacher’s Pick! Drawing 1: Black and White Charcoal on Paper 28 1/2 x 22 1/4 These two art pieces were selected to represent student work for the NASAD accreditation process. The Metropolitan State University of Denver Art and Industrial Design programs are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design. Art 2D Design Acrylic on Canvas 18 in x 24 in
  36. 36. TraveliteHardcase 38 LaptopTravelCase Designed for Art: 3D Design Design Considerations Customizable pockets attach inside case with Velcro. This case is designed to carry all the necessities required to get work done on a business trip. It follows my design phi- losophy - Clean and Simple with Quality Construction. Stows under airplane seat Customizable Pockets for: Laptop Charger WI-FI Cell Phone Pens
  37. 37. 39 Padded interior for protection. Fabric hinge blends with zipper. Easy to carry with handle or shoulder strap.