Industrial Designer
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Developing products that are conscious of the user from ideation to production, revealing the energy that impacts our users.

I am a Long Island native but my foundation and understanding of design is attributed to Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston where I received my undergraduate degree in industrial design. Currently located in Brooklyn, NY i design kitchenware products with a focus in cutlery tools and organizational vessels for Lifetime Brands.

I am constantly energized by the collaborative process of the industry and I love finding ways to better people's lives through my design. With experience in corporate and consultant settings, I have a wide range of skills in creating 2D and 3D products that include: juvenile care and toys, kitchenware, medical care, electronic devices, enterprise utilities, and experimental products. 

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For all design inquiries, please contact me via S.Giuliani18@gmail.com

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Education

Wentworth Institute of Technology August 2013 | Bachelors of Science in Industrial Design

experience

Lifetime Brands Garden City, NY |  Nov. 2015 – Present

Focus: cutlery design for commercial brands Sabatier, Farberware, and Food Network. Projects include space-saving and value tools for the kitchen.

Materials: wood, metal, and plastic

Patent pending: EdgeKeeper Electric Knife Sharpener, Farberware Knife Block Carousel w/ Sharpening Feature

Intelligent Product Solutions Hauppauge, NY |  March 2014 – May 2015

Focus:  consumer electronics consultancy for the enterprise market, including handheld devices, wearable technology, and medical products.

Materials: plastic

Freelance Work Greater NYC Area & Boston |  Oct. 2013 – Nov. 2015

Focus: graphic design, furniture design, and industrial design. 

Hasbro Pawtucket, RI | Sept. 2012 – Dec. 2012

Focus: toy design intern for commercial brands Play-Doh, FurReal Friends, and Baby Alive for ages 2-8. Involved with conceptualizing products and researching play habits and industry trends.

Materials: textiles, plastic

TOMY – The First Years Canton, MA | Jan. 2012 – May 2012

Focus: Industrial design intern creating products for new parents and children, including monitoring devices and infant care essentials. 

Materials: plastic 

Patent: Bumper Baby Changing Mat

Awards

IDSA Merit Award Wentworth Institute of Technology 2013

Featured in the Cooper Hewitt Museum for the Access + Ability Exhibition  - Aheretech Smart Pill Bottle

A' International Design award - Aheretech Smart Pill Bottle

GOOD DESIGN Award - Aheretech Smart Pill Bottle

Skills

Solidworks, Keyshot, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Sketchbook Pro, Microsoft Office, rapid prototyping (PLA, SLA, ABS), analog and digital sketching, 

Volunteer Work

IDSA NYC Chair Member

interests

Cycling, traveling, food, health, fitness, shiny things