Josue Ricardo Campos

Industrial Designer
Cincinnati, OH, USA

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  • "I believe there is great potential for a product like this. Even though it might seem like the Frankenstein of toasters, it is practical. Especially for people that do not have the ability to purchase everything separate. I think that there will be a continuation of products like this that are developed and they will also start to integrate themselves with other products. In other words, imagine that you turn off your alarm and that tells your coffee maker to start brewing and that day's weather starts to be announced through your phone."
    on: Why Does This "Family Size Breakfast Station" Exist?
  • "What a genius product! I love the idea of being able to tie a shoe with one hand. I can see many people that could benefit from this. It also looks good as well."
    on: A Brilliant One-Handed Shoelace Tying System
  • "I agree with you to a certain extent. I also started as a Mechanical Engineer. I have now work as an ME and as an ID. The difference, to me, is that engineers want a solution. To an engineer, the best solution is the most efficient and the one that cost less. These are the main motives for picking one design over another as an engineer. As IDs, we learn to put the user first. We learn user centered design, and most importantly, we also learn the design process. This method has been crucial for me because it allows me to make mistakes and test. I know that I am not going to come up on the best solution the first time around."
    on: Why Did YOU Go into Industrial Design?
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    I agree in that designers need to be trained and educated in a global way. Designers with a greater understanding of cultures and the nuances behind them can create better and more meaningful products. At the same time, it will create more empathy and more likely that a product will be accepted. I believe that part of the solution, for larger companies that do not have design offices in markets where they sale, is to adopt a glocalization design method. This could allow for the design vision to be from the headquarters and the localization to be done by a smaller group of designers from the new market."

    on: Does Culture Matter for Product Design?
  • "What a great video to help understand proportions. I think seeing the four different shoes side by side helped. We showed this during sketch night at DAAP."
    on: Proportions Are the Key to Sketching Shoes
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