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Rutmer Tjeerdema, Industrial Designer

'Design ideas that get into your mind'

I am an active and ambitious person when it comes for working on projects that involve creative intelligent designs, in my opinion many solutions can always be found, often inspired by the human psyche. I'm designing with a passion for realisable product innovations that put your company steps ahead of competition, for example by forecasting future innovations and product generations. Fields of interest and experience for product design are in the mobility industry, but every sector where products or services are required is welcome.

My vision on product designing comes down to designing according to the ways learned at the university, but with many sides and inspiration in the area of the human psyche, being able to design products that leave an innovative impact. If you see a product, it's your mind that makes all the decisions about it, therefore designing for the mind can be one of the keyfactors to create successful products. During my study I chose to take extra elective courses in the area of interactions between people and products which add knowledge to this vision.

This portfolio is just a brief selection of my past to create an image of what I, as an Industrial Designer, can do. But to really know what I can contribute to your world of products and ideas just invite me for a personal conversation. Mail me: rutmertjeerdema@gmail.com

ir. Rutmer Tjeerdema
MSc Integrated Product Design
2016

Batavus

Bryte platform

Concept & Frame Design

Comfortable and sportive high-end bike for daily and recreational use with an edgy frame design

Recognized with a 2016 GIO Award
bryte
2015

Qwic

Compact Series
(C-FN7 displayed)

Concept & Frame Design

Battery Pack Design
qwiccfn7
2014

Qwic

Performance Series (P-RD9s displayed)

Concept & Frame Design
qwicprd9s
2014

Qwic

Sketches for Performance Series
qwicsketch
2013

Qwic

Premium Series
(A2.1 displayed)

Frame Design

Recognized with a 2014 Red Dot Award
qwica21
2012

Koga

Graduation Project for Koga

V-light uses two lasers to create an optimal safety zone around the rearside of the cyclist

The shape, color, and position of the lines guide other traffic safely around the cyclist, also the position of the cyclist can be estimated 2,4 times better due to using a light surface on the road as well as on the bicycle

In 2016 V-light went into production for Koga and Batavus
vlight
2005-2012

TU Delft

MSc
Integrated Product Design

BSc
Industrial Design
tudelft