HOW TO BE A BETTER BUTTER CUTTER
‘How to be a Better Butter Cutter’ is a household butter cutting guide and storage container that was designed for the visually impaired.
Butter is difficult to measure for the visually impaired because it is labeled in measurements on flat rice paper. This butter cutting guide’s simple, writing free design allows the visually impaired to accurately cut their butter into 1/2 cup, 1/3 cup, and 1/4 cup measurements.
Uplift is my submission for the Urban Land Institute’s trophy competition. The design represents a manmade material structurally supporting a natural masterpiece, thus promoting sustainable living. This trophy was a finalist in the competition.
This easy-to-assemble chair is made out of 100% cardboard without any glue or tape, making it completely recyclable. This prototype can support 250+ lbs.
I designed and formatted a 108-page manual for an SAT and College Prep program that I co-lead under the University of Houston Bonner Leaders.
See a sample of work covering different lessons.