My internship with TInnGO has been an eye-opener. It was my first time designing as a professional. I had to learn and adapt quickly on multiple occasions. During the year, I was constantly reminded of the importance of empathy as a designer. The main challenges I faced were difficulties in collaboration and social interactions due to the remote nature of working. Despite that, I am very glad that I was given the chance to work with other hubs of TInnGO and gained different perspectives on gender and diversity aspects in design. Overall, I am very glad I joined TInnGO for my internship programme as I got to learn a lot from people and about things I otherwise would never encounter on my course.
Please share your feedback on some of my design concepts:
Bus Feedback Mini App Companion
Hydrophobic Rucksack, Tote Bag, and Umbrella
Suitcase Friendly Seats and Side-wall Storage Pockets
Child Seating Solution for Shared Bicycles
Accessing Public Transport Information through Home TV