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InjectaKit

allergy kit designed to enhance portability, price, and access for multi-scale allergies

The goal was to create a compact allergy kit that users with moderate to severe allergies would be able to simply carry around with them without feeling it was too big. The auto-injector was studied and redesigned into a compact size and allowed for refilling.

 

Modeled: Rhino 6 

Rendering: Keyshot 10, Photoshop

Duration: 6 weeks

Photography by: Sophie Van Antwerp

Design an allergy kit that is sustainable, compact, and ultimately assist users

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Over 50 million Americans have allergies...

And with ones that can pose life threatening situations...

over 50% of them ARENT prepared to save their life

Well.. why aren't allergen users prepared?

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Mind Map

Survey Visual Summary

Survey

Survey

Usage Research

Usage Research

Results showed that food and pets seemed to be the most common allergies and many user did NOT carry an epi-pen around with them even when prescribed one.

This showed potential for a possible design decision. I needed to figure out how could I make users with allergies be more willing to carry their life saving device and imbed this as a kit. 

Product Breakdown

Product Breakdown

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Product Breakdown

Sketches

Final Design

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