23 May 2014, 1830 - 2100 hrs

24 - 25 May 2014, 1030 - 2100 hrs

The Plaza, National Library of Singapore

Tricia Chean

"I love exploring how visual communication can be used to enhance the appeal and usability of a product. "

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Designed by Tricia:    


Bloom redefines the treatment process for patients suffering from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Based on the therapeutic qualities of crafting, it is a sensitive and non-invasive solution that removes the fear of stigma, while providing a structure to crafting that effectively guides the patient through treatment sessions. The motivation to create functional items also drives patients on the road to recovery.

Bloom Kit

Crafting for treatment

Measured treatment

Motivation in creating usable items


PUSH cuts through confusing layers of unnecessary information on conventional medication by providing fuss-free ways of digesting instructions that needs to be known. One push is all that is needed to consume the right medicine anywhere, anytime and everytime.

Designed with Elyn Wu

Problem of information overload

Indications that change with each push of the dispenser at the required timing

Available for medication in both syrup and pill form

Crescent Cookware

Crescent creates a seamless experience for the user in between cooking and serving of food, by allowing excess oil to be separated from the food without hassle. It is based on the natural gesture of tilting a frying pan to consolidate oil.

Designed with Pauline Clocher and Iris Tan

A tilt is all it takes to separate excess oil or sauce


Cai Zhi Xiang Vick


Chow Wai Tung Eason