Should - brella
May 2017
Description

Should – brella is an umbrella that aims at releasing users' hand for them to do more things when using an umbrella. It provides users a new way to support umbrella by using their shoulders with a simple structure. The main focus of this project is simplifying the using process so that user can use it naturally. This product was designed for people of almost all ages who use umbrella frequently and need to do many things when using it.

How it works

Details

Base on my main concept, I designed a lot of unattractive details to make sure users can have wonderful user experience. The angle limit helps user twist to the correct direction and the tolerance ensures that the handle can move up without barrier. Also, the magnet help handle keep connected and due to the physical principle as well as soft material inside, it can move up smoothly and have resistance to stay in the right place.

Description

Should – brella is an umbrella that aims at releasing users' hand for them to do more things when using an umbrella. It provides users a new way to support umbrella by using their shoulders with a simple structure. The main focus of this project is simplifying the using process so that user can use it naturally. This product was designed for people of almost all ages who use umbrella frequently and need to do many things when using it.

How it works

Details

Base on my main concept, I designed a lot of unattractive details to make sure users can have wonderful user experience. The angle limit helps user twist to the correct direction and the tolerance ensures that the handle can move up without barrier. Also, the magnet help handle keep connected and due to the physical principle as well as soft material inside, it can move up smoothly and have resistance to stay in the right place.

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