Malory Johnson

I am an industrial designer currently working for the non-profit, Design that Matters in the Greater Boston Area where I work to redesign medical devices for the developing world. More information about the company can be found here

I hold a BFA in Industrial Design from CCAD. While I was there, I worked as a FabLab technician which gave me plenty of time to mess around and experiment with 3D printers, CNC mills and laser cutters. Needless to say, I love making things, but more importantly, I love making useful things.

I'm currently on mission to make everything I use in my daily life


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Recently featured:

Speaker at Mass College of Art Social Design event
Oct 2016

Presenter and Finalist at ASME ISHOW in Washington DC representing Design that Matters
April 2016

Author of "Carry Less Stuff with a Minimalist Leather Wallet and Key Holder" project tutorial on MakeZine.com
March 2016

Guest Lecturer at Wentworth Institute of Technology Industrial Design class
Nov 2015


Interested In seeing My Full Body Of Work?


Some quick examples of my professional skills

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Design Research

video ethnography exercise seeking to understand millennial drivers

Product Design

concept sketch for the interior of an Airstream made for freelancers

3D Modeling

render of a newborn warming bassinet designed for developing countries

 
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Soft Goods

test fit of lining and shell for a hand-stitched leather corset

Graphic Design

excerpt from my portfolio explaining auto industry trend research 

physical prototyping

final prototype showing design of Airstream for freelancers


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