I HAVE MOVED TO LONDON. And it just happens that the design festival (LDF) is on (time for some inspiration), but there are a whole multitude of events as well as the LDF. So the work above is me trying to bring all these events together into a chronological order with details about when, where, and how. Although the organisers of London Design Festival have made a web feature where you can create your own LDF diary, it doesn’t include other events. And that made me think that there’s the opportunity to create an app that uses a social plugin style button. Utilising information such as time, location, event description, so the user doesn’t have to constantly look back on the website. Everything can be found in one look at the app and how to get there from their current location. Hmm, ideas….
An idea for a business that leases out goats to customers wishing to lead a more self sufficient lifestyle. With a focus on service and making the brand as friendly and personal as possible, as well as using technology to make self sufficient living and farming more engaging; especially to a younger audience that might otherwise be cut off from such activities.
McLaren Travel Assist
To provide the best experience possible to enable maximum enjoyment of the vehicle by pre-organising the route, the service automatically observes weather, traffic patterns and quality of roads to inform the best time and route of travelling. But to create a better, more authentic experience, the service looks for events going on or places to visit along the route and at the destination that will appeal to the owner of the vehicle
A business idea to promote healthy eating for students at university by enabling easy access to wholesome food via a nearby food hall. Attracting students with prices cheaper than takeaways, 5 menu options every evening and when given advanced warning, special dietary needs can be catered for. Students can sign up to a reward scheme that enables a cheaper price per meal when buying a weekly ticket to encourage further use.
Costa on Rail
Costa On Board is a way of Costa extending its services to patrons on a train during their journey, rather than just at the station or in the town. It follows on from Starbucks’ move to provide filtered coffee on trains, but this would provide Costa and its customers with a more authentic brand experience to a higher quality.