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  • WENTING GUO

  • WENTING GUO 13 Student Apt, 37 Xueyuan Rd, Haidian Dist, 100191, Beijing, China +86-1581-082-0219 [email protected]

    Educational Background: Beihang University, Beijing, China

    Industrial Design, School of Mechanical Engineering and Automation August 2009-Present Image Processing and GNC of aerospace engineering, School of Astronautics September 2008-August 2009

    Professional Experience: Microsoft Advanced Technology Center, China Innovation Group, Beijing, China February 2012-July 2012

    User experience design intern (full-time) Lenovo Corporate Research and Development, Beijing, China December 2011-Present Interaction design intern (full-time) Designed the user interface of Lenovo Touchscreen Input System. Designed the user interface of Lenovo Smart TV. WineSpark Business Consultancy Co., Ltd, Beijing, China Auguest 2011-October 2011 Junior Designer (full-time) Designed B2C Website for No.1 Continent Travel (www.diyidalu.com). Beijing Yadu Technology Co., Ltd, Beijing, China July 2011 Junior Designer (full-time) Designed humidifiers for Yadu. Participated in the re-design project of fan humidifiers. Robotics Institude in Beihang University, Beijing, China January 2011-October 2011 Product development team member Took part in the projects of designing medical device and massage device.

    WIZ Smart Device Tablet Design Team, Beijing, China September 2010-Present Junior Designer (part-time)

    Designed the first version of tablet of WIZ Smart Device in a team. Participated in advertisement design, packaging design and VI design. Department of Exhibitions and Managements, China National Convention Center, Beijing, China Exhibition design Intern(full-time) September 2010-October 2010 Planned the layout of the upcoming exhibitions. Designed and edited the brochure for promotion of the exhibitions. Undergraduate Industrial Design Studio, Beijing, China March 2010 Worked with the visiting Professor from the University of Cincinnati, and completed two assigned individual

    projects within 2 weeks.

    Honors and Awards:

    Bronze IDEA in the category of Student Designs for the 2011 International Design Excellence Awards (group) United States April 2011

    The first prize of the fifth Car Design Competition of auto.china.com. in Beihang competition area Beijing, China March 2011

    The second prize scholarship of Academic Performance for the 2009-2010 academic year Beijing, China December 2010

    Third Prize of iGoogle Innovative Theme Design Competition of University Students in China Beijing, China October 2009 Skills:

    Graphic Design: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illistrator, Adobe Indesign 3D Modeling and Rendering: AutoCAD, Solidworks, ProE, 3ds Max, Rhinoceros, Vray, Mental Ray, Keyshot

  • Heronsbill Lamp Design Garden Rhyme Tea Set Design No.1 Continent Website Design

    Wizlet Tablet Design Public Facilities DesignUndergraduate

    Industrial Design Studio

    Video Store Design

    Modelling

    Moschino Retail Store Design Sketches

  • Heronsbill Lamp Design Garden Rhyme Tea Set Design No.1 Continent Website Design

    Wizlet Tablet Design Public Facilities DesignUndergraduate

    Industrial Design Studio

    Video Store Design

    Modelling

    Moschino Retail Store Design Sketches

    More people are now suering from sleeping problems, mostly because they are having great pressure of overwhelming schedule in every-day quick-paced lives. Some of them are having trouble falling asleep with lights o, while others may go through a hard time getting up in the morning when it is still dark inside the bedroom with curtain pulled closed. A gentle light change during the night in the bedroom will absolutely meets the their urgent needs.

    HERONSBILL

    Bronze IDEA the category of Student Designs for the 2011 International Design Excellence AwardsWenting Guo & Zhaoyi Yin

  • Sketches

  • Sketches

  • 3D Modelling Softwares: Rhino, Autodesk Max

  • 3D Modelling Softwares: Rhino, Autodesk Max

    3D Modelling & Prototype

    Rapid Prototype: Powder Printing

  • Design Details

  • Design Details

    Heronsbill is a light that based on the form of a clock, and can be hung on the wall. In the daytime, it functions as a common clock except that the hour hand is replaced by a beam of light, while the minute hand changes into a dot of light. As soon as it gets dark in the evening, all its beams of light representing the time interval from that moment to 12 p.m. will be on automatically. Before midnight, with time passing by, each beam of light representing a dierent time interval will begin dimming itself starting at its indicated time, and completely extinguish by the end of that time period. So the brightness in the room gradually reduces along with the changes of the light. After midnight, these beams of light of corresponding time interval will gradually brighten themselves one by one following the same mechanism mentioned earlier.

    Scenario

  • Heronsbill helps create a gentle light change in the bedroom through a very unique wayby changing the amount of beams of light that cast on the wall. Owing to this unique-ness, the environment is more softly luminous when using Heronsbill compared to a normal lamp. People who are not likely to fall asleep with lights completely o and those who are always dazzled by the morning sunlight are freed from these problems with the help of Heronsbill.

  • 7:00 pm 9:05 pm 10:20 pm 0:10 am

    3:00 am 6:00 am 7:30 am

    Light Dims

    Light Brightens

  • 7:00 pm 9:05 pm 10:20 pm 0:10 am

    3:00 am 6:00 am 7:30 am

    Light Dims

    Light Brightens

    Orthographic Drawing& Dimensions

    9.8 inch

    1.57 inch

  • Heronsbill helps create a gentle light change in the bedroom through a very unique wayby changing the amount of beams of light that cast on the wall. Owing to this unique-ness, the environment is more softly luminous when using Heronsbill compared to a normal lamp. People who are not likely to fall asleep with lights completely o and those who are always dazzled by the morning sunlight are freed from these problems with the help of Heronsbill.

  • For centuries, the Chinese have sought inspiration and self-knowledge in nature. Hence, they design landscape gardens which have evolved for more than three thousand years, to evoke the natural world. The Classical Chinese Garden is initially created for the relaxation of kings and nobles, thus most gardens later on are associated with leisurely culture in upper class households. The garden symbolizes a spontaneous environment free of constraints, and displays a delicate balance between the forces of nature and mans creations.In a Classical Chinese Garden, space is devoted to rocks, plants and water, which is meticulously oriented according to various principles such as Chinese Feng Shui, so as to lead the visitors from one unique vantage point to another.The ve key elements that make up a Classical Chinese Garden are water, rocks, plants, buildings, and paintings or calligraphies that represent the traditional Chinese art. Water is considered to be the central component in a Chinese garden. It serves as a balance for the other elements. The best sites in Chinese gardens are on the edges of lakes with views of the mountains.

    Garden Rhyme Tea Set Design

  • For centuries, the Chinese have sought inspiration and self-knowledge in nature. Hence, they design landscape gardens which have evolved for more than three thousand years, to evoke the natural world. The Classical Chinese Garden is initially created for the relaxation of kings and nobles, thus most gardens later on are associated with leisurely culture in upper class households. The garden symbolizes a spontaneous environment free of constraints, and displays a delicate balance between the forces of nature and mans creations.In a Classical Chinese Garden, space is devoted to rocks, plants and water, which is meticulously oriented according to various principles such as Chinese Feng Shui, so as to lead the visitors from one unique vantage point to another.The ve key elements that make up a Classical Chinese Garden are water, rocks, plants, buildings, and paintings or calligraphies that represent the traditional Chinese art. Water is considered to be the central component in a Chinese garden. It serves as a balance for the other elements. The best sites in Chinese gardens are on the edges of lakes with views of the mountains.

    Tea as a beverage was rst consumed in China no later than the fth century BCE. The earliest extant mention of tea in literature is in the Shih Ching or Book of Songs, written circa 550 BCE. Chinese tea-drinking habit diers from that of Europe, Britain or Japan in such aspects as preparation methods, tasting methods, and the occasions for which it is consumed. Even now, in both casual and formal Chinese occasions, tea is consumed regularly. Chinese generally believe that tea represents a healthy life style, and that those who have the habit of drinking tea are more likely to pay attention to their spiritual lives. Associated with Chinese traditional values, the implie

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