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Project Stanisław

Marta designed and produced a set of stickers that enabled visually-impaired people to safely use an induction stovetop. The stickers, which correspond to all the functions of the stovetop, are placed on the control panel. When pressing the stickers, users feel delicate vibrations. This is possible thanks to the haptic (kinesthetic) technology utilized in the project. The stickers are a simple solution and their practical application in home appliances is the first of its kind in Poland.

The project was implemented in cooperation with Amica, a Polish manufacturer of home appliances. The Finochrom stickers were manufactured by Rathgeber Group. The design process included consultations and testing by visually-impaired users.

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Project Urszula

Marta designed a solution that allows users to control an induction stovetop with a smartphone application connected with a Bluetooth. The application enables users to turn the stovetop on and off and select the desired heating setting. The smartphone application was designed in collaboration with IT students from the Poznań University of Technology. It can be programmed to work with all home appliances, which makes it very useful not only for the visually-impaired, but also for the elderly or parents of small children.

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Designer: Marta Jakubowska
Thesis advisors: Oskar Zięta (industrial design), Norbert Leśniewski (philosophy)
Materials: chrome, nickel, glue, transfer foil

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