Posts Categorized: Design

Yorkhill Hospital – Pt 4

Between the previous meeting and this one, new guidelines at the hospital meant that all soft toys were no longer allowed, hence killing off the monkey concept. When meeting with them however this seemed no bad thing as tests had shown the monkey concept not to prove successful as the monkey did not sufficiently change… Read more »

From the Archives

We have been going through the process the past few weeks of upgrading our servers and in doing so thought it long overdue to do a little admin work removing, renaming and restructuring our network. Needless to say it unearthed a few gems in the archives that we’d all forgotten about (or in my case… Read more »

Yorkhill Hospital – Pt 2

For the second meeting we presented a number of concepts that fulfilled all the criteria agreed upon in the first meeting. We had to move away from the Mickey Mouse Concept for copyright purposes, but tried to stay true to the theme. The two favoured concepts were the “Monkey Grab” concept and the “Walkies” concept…. Read more »

Yorkhill Hospital – Pt 1

Skin fold callipers are used to determine body fat composition on a person’s body by executing a pinch test on multiple parts of the body. The examiner then puts the numbers into an equation to predict body density and body fat percentage. Problem At Royal Hospital for Sick Children (Yorkhill) Glasgow in the feeding clinic… Read more »

Best and Worst Designs of our Times

OUR OPINION ON THE BEST AND WORST DESIGNS OF OUR TIMES. DO YOU AGREE WITH THEM? BEST: TOMATO KETCHUP BOTTLEHEINZ EASY SQUEEZE KETCHUP. A NUMBER of years ago, US based H.J. Heinz Co. advertised its ketchup with the infamous slogan, “The best things come to those who wait.” Generations of Britons have observed the ketchup-pouring… Read more »