THE PROBLEM

Problem selection: Migraines 

How can I enable an individual to manage migraines so they do not have to remove themselves from daily life?

Discover a problem in the housewares category and find an innovative solution. 

RESEARCH PACKET

IDEATION 

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My tennis ball and cue ball study model was the turning point in my design. 

 

The motion of popping in a sphere into a shell mimicking a ball and socket joint and its 360 degree rotational axis inspired me to create the sphere massager.

CAD MODELING

Solidworks version 2016-2017 

 APPERANCE MODEL

Temple massager body

 

 

 

 

 

• Body created on a Zortrax m200

• Material: Gray ABS and 1 in stainless steel ball bearings for the two spheres

Sphere massager

 

 

 

 

 

• Body created on Form 1+ 

• Material: Gray ABS and a cue ball for the sphere form

LOGO DEVELOPMENT

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LOGO DESIGN

This logo embodies concepts that illustrate the positive effects of Reviver. The change in line-weight represents the change in a persons' feeling of hopelessness to a feeling of relief. The "I" in Reviver is a reflection of itself, similar to a mirror, because as a migraine sufferer it feels as if you have two halves, two personalities of yourself: pain versus peace. The sphere shape in the center of the "I" represents the physical massage spheres used in the Reviver product. The I is highlighted because Reviver focuses on the individual. Every migraine is different and Reviver can accommodate for different.

POSTER 

Click here to see entire process presentation submitted to IHA association

Nominated for the Fall 2016 Design Excellence Award by the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts.

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