Eason Chow graduated from the NUS industrial design course with the experience of working as an industrial designer in several design consultancies locally and internationally, e.g. Ireland, US and China. He also handled international project collaborations from Dubai, New Zealand and the U.K. The nature of his projects varies from consumer products to medical innovations both conceptual and commercial. He always believes in approaching design with an open-mind and being user centric in his decision making.
At present, his work has been granted international awards like IF Design Awards, Red Dot Design Awards, Stanford Longevity Design Challenge and more. Currently, his focus revolves about developing more medical design projects and his NRF POC grant awarded Flipod Thesis project within NUS DID.
For more information, website link is at www.easonchow.com