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Karolis Jurevicius

Product Design Engineer and Graphic Designer

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  • LevelMid Level
  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom
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  • ProfessionsGraphic Designer - Industrial Design Engineer - Junior Photographer

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Skills

  • Solidworks CAD 3D
  • Large Format Printing
  • Cad/cam
  • Adobe Creative Suite Advanced User
  • 3D Packaging Design
  • Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Camera Operating: Canon
  • RAW Processing

Work history

Currently

Industrial Design Engineer

Braiform

Aug 2014
  • London, UK
  • Full Time
  • Product design - hangers, clothing distribution, garment storage and display solutions. Emphasis on Design for Mass Manufacture in millions of units. Packaging design - retail, point of sale. Keyline design, mock-up making using industry standard CAD/CAM cutter machines, large format EFI printing. Work on live projects - design from concept to CAD, FEA testing. Managing projects globally with teams in New York and Hong Kong. Selected clients: Pepperberry, Bravissimo, M&S, Carters, Target, JC Penney, Matalan, Dritek, H&M, OVS.

Education

2014

BSc Product Design with Professional Practice

Brunel University London

Jul 2010 - Jul 2014
  • London, UK
  • A four year thick-sandwich course in product design with emphasis on design process and design for manufacture. High importance is paid to human-centred design, understanding the human needs, motivations and managing projects accordingly. The course covers all the basics in graphic design, CAD, electronics and programming providing a firm foundation for future development and encouraging motivation for self-learning. Multiple of on-going projects at a time teach to manage time efficiently and prioritise. External projects from various companies challenge students and prepare for real-life briefs before going onto the industrial placement.