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  1. A Gender Neutral Toy Brand with a Super Play Experience: The Making Of

    The idea of changing the world can be daunting. It is understandable to think “I’m only one person; what can I really do?” Yes, if every person thinks that way, nothing will get done. Hellen Keller once said, “I am only one, but still I am one; I cannot do…

  2. “Super Wings” in Developing Essential Skills for Future Generations

    This paper explores how the toy concept I finished at the end of the 2017 fall semester at OCAD University can have an impact on children’s psychological, cognitive, and emotional development. It includes claims and theories made by established researchers that not only support my toy design but also influence…

  3. Crafting Girls Through Craft Kits: Limiting Their Unlimited Creativity

    As a child, I built houses and cars from blocks, but never knitted. I assembled plastic pieces to robots and airplanes, but the idea of beading has never come to my mind. No one taught me how to sew and decorate cupcakes, yet my parents taught me how to experiment…

  4. Schnap Hammock: The Making Of

    For as long as I remembered, I am always fascinated with products that are not only aesthetically pleasing to look at, but also solving mundane problems. When I had the chance to design an innovative product to solve an everyday problem as one of my course’s projects, I was excited…

  5. Bits Chocolate Bars on Packaging of the World

    (Original post: Packaging of the World) Partnering up with Michelle Zhen, this is identity and packaging created for conceptual chocolate brand Bits. A selection of chocolate bars was developed and designed to showcase the flavors of different cultures around the world, each with an interesting approach leaving the chocolate & its…

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