Eero Gen 2 + Eero Beacon
Eero Gen 2 + Eero Beacon

Eero is the world’s first whole home wifi system that delivers hyper fast, super secure wifi to every room in your home.

After the success of Eero Gen 1, Eero continued work with Bould design to develop a more affordable, plug-in version of the router, as well as minor updates to the hub.

Awards: Red Dot Design Award 2018, IDEA Featured Finalist 2018

Concept Development: Tristan Cannan

Design Development: Tristan Cannan, Bernardo Bajana

Managed by Fred Bould, Jeremy Wolf


Eight Sleep Pod
Eight Sleep Pod

The Eight Sleep Pod is the first bed that learns the perfect temperature for your sleep, and dynamically warms or cools according to your needs.

Bould Design worked Eight Sleep to find an industrial design solution to their developed technology that fit perfectly into a bedroom setting and made setup and maintenance of the system a breeze.

Concept Development: Tristan Cannan, Jamie Perrin, Anson Cheung, Teddy Luong

Design Development: Tristan Cannan

Managed by Fred Bould, Anson Cheung

Sailor Headphones
Sailor Headphones

Walking SF’s tight and busy streets while listening to podcasts and music, I wondered what an over-the-ear, lightweight alternative to bulky, noise isolating headphones could look and feel like.

Sailor headphones allow users to stay aware of their surroundings, with a lightweight profile and a super simple UI for smooth sailing.

Level Power Drill
Level Power Drill

Level is a concept power drill directed at consumers with a desire for quality and precision, but who may be not be attracted to hyper-masculine power tools or have the space to keep a collection of them.

Taking inspiration from the premium home aesthetic defined by Dyson, Level is meant to look nice alongside home appliances, and provide subtle cues to help users execute their job perfectly.

Vestaboard
Vestaboard

The Vestaboard is a wonderfully mechanical display that lets users communicate messages with the re-engineered centuries-old technology of the split flap display.

While at Bould Design, I joined this project as lead designer after the general concept and typography had been established. I worked on refining the details inside and out, honing the margins and frame edge, and crafting the removable split flap assembly that are responsible for a single letter each.

Concept Development: Anson Cheung, Andrew Aguinaldo, Tristan Cannan

Design Development: Tristan Cannan, Anson Cheung, Lora Dimitrova

Managed by Fred Bould, Anson Cheung

Eargo Packaging
Eargo Packaging

Eargo’s hearing aids are ingeniously discreet and exceptionally powerful. However, their original packaging lacked the same premium feel that went with their award-winning device.

Bould Design looked to other luxuriously packaged goods, and crafted a dish that would present the device like a fine piece of jewelry. We also achieved a much smaller and lighter packaging; one that allowed Eargo to downgrade an entire level in shipping costs, saving dollars per unit.

Concept Development: Tristan Cannan

Design Development: Tristan Cannan

Managed by Fred Bould, Jeremy Wolf

Kaleidoscope
Kaleidoscope

For Christmas last year, I decided I’d try hand-making making all my loved ones a gift. I chose a kaleidoscope, and after a trip to the hardware store and an Amazon order of samples and parts on the way, I had all the parts I’d need.

After Christmas, I decided this would be a fun opportunity to try to see how fast each scope could be made. Currently I’m in the process of optimizing the design through reduced part count and processes, and designing jigs to assist in hand-manufacturing.

My goal for this product is to cut down assembly time to fifteen minutes and sell them at boutique gift shops in SF.

Motorola Canary
Motorola Canary

In 2015, Motorola Mobility was innovating in the mobile device market like no other brand. Personalization through color, woods and leather was available across their phones and accessories. As an intern, I was tasked with developing a concept product for their market in Brazil.

After deep research and communication with Motorola’s Sao Paolo office, I identified phone theft as a problem Motorola could solve. When paired and separated from Canary, a phone’s alarm would ring until silenced by a password. When pickpocketed, the thief must either ditch the phone, or risk being identified by the community or authorities

Project by Tristan Cannan

Overseen by Linda Cox

Eero Beacon
Eero Beacon

Eero is the world’s first whole home wifi system that delivers hyper fast, super secure wifi to every room in your home.

After the success of Eero Gen 1, Eero continued work with Bould design to develop a more affordable, plug-in version of the router, as well as minor updates to the hub.

Awards: Red Dot Design Award 2018, IDEA Featured Finalist 2018

Concept Development: Tristan Cannan

Design Development: Tristan Cannan, Bernardo Bajana

Managed by Fred Bould, Jeremy Wolf

Eight Sleep Pod
Eight Sleep Pod

The Eight Sleep Pod is the first bed that learns the perfect temperature for your sleep, and dynamically warms or cools according to your needs.

Bould Design worked Eight Sleep to find an industrial design solution to their developed technology that fit perfectly into a bedroom setting and made setup and maintenance of the system a breeze.

Concept Development: Tristan Cannan, Jamie Perrin, Anson Cheung, Teddy Luong

Design Development: Tristan Cannan

Managed by Fred Bould, Anson Cheung

Kaleidoscope
Kaleidoscope

For Christmas last year, I decided I’d try hand-making making all my loved ones a gift. I chose a kaleidoscope, and after a trip to the hardware store and an Amazon order of samples and parts on the way, I had all the parts I’d need.

After Christmas, I decided this would be a fun opportunity to try to see how fast each scope could be made. Currently I’m in the process of optimizing the design through reduced part count and processes, and designing jigs to assist in hand-manufacturing.

My goal for this product is to cut down assembly time to fifteen minutes and sell them at boutique gift shops in SF.

Motorola Canary
Motorola Canary

In 2015, Motorola Mobility was innovating in the mobile device market like no other brand. Personalization through color, woods and leather was available across their phones and accessories. As an intern, I was tasked with developing a concept product for their market in Brazil.

After deep research and communication with Motorola’s Sao Paolo office, I identified phone theft as a problem Motorola could solve. When paired and separated from Canary, a phone’s alarm would ring until silenced by a password. When pickpocketed, the thief must either ditch the phone, or risk being identified by the community or authorities

Project by Tristan Cannan

Overseen by Linda Cox

Vestaboard
Vestaboard

The Vestaboard is a wonderfully mechanical display that lets users communicate messages with the re-engineered centuries-old technology of the split flap display.

While at Bould Design, I joined this project as lead designer after the general concept and typography had been established. I worked on refining the details inside and out, honing the margins and frame edge, and crafting the removable split flap assembly that are responsible for a single letter each.

Concept Development: Anson Cheung, Andrew Aguinaldo, Tristan Cannan

Design Development: Tristan Cannan, Anson Cheung, Lora Dimitrova

Managed by Fred Bould, Anson Cheung

Sailor Speaker
Sailor Speaker

Remembering the boomboxes I had in my home growing up, I missed the fun I had “DJing”, or just moving the sliders around to hear the effect it had on the music.

The Sailor Speaker concept is a way to bring back the functionality and fun speakers used to have, in a form that invites usage in the park, on the beach, or at home. The scallops are an overt nod to the fictional Sailor brand, which might be interpreted as waves.

Personal Piano Prototype
Personal Piano Prototype

The Personal Piano is a work in progress that lets musicians play an analog instrument wherever they want.

Key-driven mallets strike extremely quiet nylon strings. A stethoscope picks up those tiny noises and amplifies them into the player’s ears. Whether at a library, cafe, or on the city bus, the musician can play while being considerate of their noise pollution.

Eero Gen 2 + Eero Beacon
Eight Sleep Pod
Sailor Headphones
Level Power Drill
Vestaboard
Eargo Packaging
Kaleidoscope
Motorola Canary
Eero Beacon
Eight Sleep Pod
Kaleidoscope
Motorola Canary
Vestaboard
Sailor Speaker
Personal Piano Prototype
Eero Gen 2 + Eero Beacon

Eero is the world’s first whole home wifi system that delivers hyper fast, super secure wifi to every room in your home.

After the success of Eero Gen 1, Eero continued work with Bould design to develop a more affordable, plug-in version of the router, as well as minor updates to the hub.

Awards: Red Dot Design Award 2018, IDEA Featured Finalist 2018

Concept Development: Tristan Cannan

Design Development: Tristan Cannan, Bernardo Bajana

Managed by Fred Bould, Jeremy Wolf


Eight Sleep Pod

The Eight Sleep Pod is the first bed that learns the perfect temperature for your sleep, and dynamically warms or cools according to your needs.

Bould Design worked Eight Sleep to find an industrial design solution to their developed technology that fit perfectly into a bedroom setting and made setup and maintenance of the system a breeze.

Concept Development: Tristan Cannan, Jamie Perrin, Anson Cheung, Teddy Luong

Design Development: Tristan Cannan

Managed by Fred Bould, Anson Cheung

Sailor Headphones

Walking SF’s tight and busy streets while listening to podcasts and music, I wondered what an over-the-ear, lightweight alternative to bulky, noise isolating headphones could look and feel like.

Sailor headphones allow users to stay aware of their surroundings, with a lightweight profile and a super simple UI for smooth sailing.

Level Power Drill

Level is a concept power drill directed at consumers with a desire for quality and precision, but who may be not be attracted to hyper-masculine power tools or have the space to keep a collection of them.

Taking inspiration from the premium home aesthetic defined by Dyson, Level is meant to look nice alongside home appliances, and provide subtle cues to help users execute their job perfectly.

Vestaboard

The Vestaboard is a wonderfully mechanical display that lets users communicate messages with the re-engineered centuries-old technology of the split flap display.

While at Bould Design, I joined this project as lead designer after the general concept and typography had been established. I worked on refining the details inside and out, honing the margins and frame edge, and crafting the removable split flap assembly that are responsible for a single letter each.

Concept Development: Anson Cheung, Andrew Aguinaldo, Tristan Cannan

Design Development: Tristan Cannan, Anson Cheung, Lora Dimitrova

Managed by Fred Bould, Anson Cheung

Eargo Packaging

Eargo’s hearing aids are ingeniously discreet and exceptionally powerful. However, their original packaging lacked the same premium feel that went with their award-winning device.

Bould Design looked to other luxuriously packaged goods, and crafted a dish that would present the device like a fine piece of jewelry. We also achieved a much smaller and lighter packaging; one that allowed Eargo to downgrade an entire level in shipping costs, saving dollars per unit.

Concept Development: Tristan Cannan

Design Development: Tristan Cannan

Managed by Fred Bould, Jeremy Wolf

Kaleidoscope

For Christmas last year, I decided I’d try hand-making making all my loved ones a gift. I chose a kaleidoscope, and after a trip to the hardware store and an Amazon order of samples and parts on the way, I had all the parts I’d need.

After Christmas, I decided this would be a fun opportunity to try to see how fast each scope could be made. Currently I’m in the process of optimizing the design through reduced part count and processes, and designing jigs to assist in hand-manufacturing.

My goal for this product is to cut down assembly time to fifteen minutes and sell them at boutique gift shops in SF.

Motorola Canary

In 2015, Motorola Mobility was innovating in the mobile device market like no other brand. Personalization through color, woods and leather was available across their phones and accessories. As an intern, I was tasked with developing a concept product for their market in Brazil.

After deep research and communication with Motorola’s Sao Paolo office, I identified phone theft as a problem Motorola could solve. When paired and separated from Canary, a phone’s alarm would ring until silenced by a password. When pickpocketed, the thief must either ditch the phone, or risk being identified by the community or authorities

Project by Tristan Cannan

Overseen by Linda Cox

Eero Beacon

Eero is the world’s first whole home wifi system that delivers hyper fast, super secure wifi to every room in your home.

After the success of Eero Gen 1, Eero continued work with Bould design to develop a more affordable, plug-in version of the router, as well as minor updates to the hub.

Awards: Red Dot Design Award 2018, IDEA Featured Finalist 2018

Concept Development: Tristan Cannan

Design Development: Tristan Cannan, Bernardo Bajana

Managed by Fred Bould, Jeremy Wolf

Eight Sleep Pod

The Eight Sleep Pod is the first bed that learns the perfect temperature for your sleep, and dynamically warms or cools according to your needs.

Bould Design worked Eight Sleep to find an industrial design solution to their developed technology that fit perfectly into a bedroom setting and made setup and maintenance of the system a breeze.

Concept Development: Tristan Cannan, Jamie Perrin, Anson Cheung, Teddy Luong

Design Development: Tristan Cannan

Managed by Fred Bould, Anson Cheung

Kaleidoscope

For Christmas last year, I decided I’d try hand-making making all my loved ones a gift. I chose a kaleidoscope, and after a trip to the hardware store and an Amazon order of samples and parts on the way, I had all the parts I’d need.

After Christmas, I decided this would be a fun opportunity to try to see how fast each scope could be made. Currently I’m in the process of optimizing the design through reduced part count and processes, and designing jigs to assist in hand-manufacturing.

My goal for this product is to cut down assembly time to fifteen minutes and sell them at boutique gift shops in SF.

Motorola Canary

In 2015, Motorola Mobility was innovating in the mobile device market like no other brand. Personalization through color, woods and leather was available across their phones and accessories. As an intern, I was tasked with developing a concept product for their market in Brazil.

After deep research and communication with Motorola’s Sao Paolo office, I identified phone theft as a problem Motorola could solve. When paired and separated from Canary, a phone’s alarm would ring until silenced by a password. When pickpocketed, the thief must either ditch the phone, or risk being identified by the community or authorities

Project by Tristan Cannan

Overseen by Linda Cox

Vestaboard

The Vestaboard is a wonderfully mechanical display that lets users communicate messages with the re-engineered centuries-old technology of the split flap display.

While at Bould Design, I joined this project as lead designer after the general concept and typography had been established. I worked on refining the details inside and out, honing the margins and frame edge, and crafting the removable split flap assembly that are responsible for a single letter each.

Concept Development: Anson Cheung, Andrew Aguinaldo, Tristan Cannan

Design Development: Tristan Cannan, Anson Cheung, Lora Dimitrova

Managed by Fred Bould, Anson Cheung

Sailor Speaker

Remembering the boomboxes I had in my home growing up, I missed the fun I had “DJing”, or just moving the sliders around to hear the effect it had on the music.

The Sailor Speaker concept is a way to bring back the functionality and fun speakers used to have, in a form that invites usage in the park, on the beach, or at home. The scallops are an overt nod to the fictional Sailor brand, which might be interpreted as waves.

Personal Piano Prototype

The Personal Piano is a work in progress that lets musicians play an analog instrument wherever they want.

Key-driven mallets strike extremely quiet nylon strings. A stethoscope picks up those tiny noises and amplifies them into the player’s ears. Whether at a library, cafe, or on the city bus, the musician can play while being considerate of their noise pollution.

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