Yu-Chung Chang has designed a concept Drill for Electrolux in Birmingham City University. It’s a stylish power tool designed to improve user experience, product semantics for non-professional user. The Electrolux Drill, a rechargeable electric drill, is an innovative product that improves the user experience in operating it. Moreover, the elegant electric drill could be put freely on the table in the living room, rather than stored in garage. This kind of product is more like a stylish life appliances than the industrial tool. Adding several new creative features in order to improve the user experience when operating this wireless electric drill, allows users to understand how to use the product easily.
Many people avoid using power tool because it can be intimidating, especially when it is noisy and sharp. This concept drill has been designed with an objective to help non-professional power tool user to overcome their fear. There are several special features come from the details development. Firstly, the lock of the trigger works as a dustpan and ruler for dust collecting and showing how deep you drilling. Besides, how the new stylish knob of the electric drill provides user a wonderful experience when they changing the speed or direction of the rotation of the drill bit. With the addition of an outer casing, a matte layer was added to the surface for user comfort, anti-slippery and overall aesthetics.
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