Danielle Bullock has joined the team as our student intern. “I originally began at BYU studying graphic design. I realized that I wanted a slightly more engineering-based field of study and began investigating areas of study within the school of Engineering and technology. When I found industrial design It kinda just clicked for me because it was the perfect combination of the visual arts and engineering. I love working in 3D and solving real life problems through design.” Originally from Colorado Springs, Co., Danielle is excited about Austin’s art and music scene and is on the hunt for the city’s best taco.
Fahrenheit’s innovative design and continued partnership with Dell has won an iF award for 2019. We are honored to have been chosen for this award by a jury of 67 design experts from all over the world.
See what iF World Design Guide has to say about it here
Coming to Fahrenheit with a diverse background in leadership, customer service, and sales, Chrissta Hinze joins the team to take on a variety of responsibilities, including but not limited to sales, marketing, and office manager. She works hard to create new relationships, meet the needs of those she works with and provide a unique energy to the firm.
After a successful internship, Myrna decided to become a permanent part of the studio in February 2019. An Austin native, she earned her degree in Industrial Design at Ohio State University. Upon graduation she returned to ATX to pursue her career and her love of frolicking on the lake and soaking up the sun.
DellEMC has announced the PoweEdge MX, the first platform designed with Kinetic Infratructure system. Fahrenheit was excited to be a part of development team for the MX platform. The design effort included all of the modules, front and back, and the UI/UX design for the integrated touchscreen interface.
You can learn more about it here.
We are excited to have Sam Whitworth join the Fahrenheit team as an intern. Sam is looking forward to a long, hot Austin summer and a chance to work on some exciting projects here. Sam just finished his Junior year at BYU and previously interned at Patagonia and Braven.
The 65th annual iF Design Awards was held in Munich on Friday March 9th, with 2,000 guests from 36 countries celebrating the winners at the iF Design Award Night. The iF DESIGN AWARD is among the most prestigious and largest design competitions in the world.
Among the winners were 2 projects that Fahrenheit had the pleasure to be a part of:
The Dell EMC PowerEdge R740 Server and the Dell EMC PowerEdge Hard Drive Carrier have both received the prestigious Red Dot Award for product design! Fahrenheit Design was heavily involved throughout the development process, and is delighted to see how well these two products have been received.
For more information follow the links below:
A Kickstarter campaign was launched last week for Circ-It, a fitness product that Fahrenheit helped develop. The Circ-It Fitness system is a portable complete gym solution to staying fit when there is no time to go to the gym. It is complemented by an app that is able to track your progress and provide customized workouts just for you.
Fahrenheit’s relationship with Lifesize continues with the recent launch of the Lifesize Icon 450 system. The Icon 450 is a Teleconference camera created for use in huddle room collaboration settings. It is equipped with a smart-framing sensor that automatically adjusts the camera to capture all of the participants in the room.
Spencer recently return to his alma mater as a guest reviewer in Arizona State University’s Fall Reviews. He reviewed senior year student’s work as they showcased their research and design solutions to challenging issues. He also participated as a group reviewer for students in the InnovationSpace program.
Spencer participated in InnovationSpace in 2006. You can see a summary of the program and some of his work during his senior year at ASU in this PBS Special.
Bryan and Zack recently visited the University of Houston to attend Design Odyssey, an annual event of the IDSA Texas Chapter. Bryan was invited to participate in a panel and had the opportunity to discuss the future of design, career development, and other practical knowledge with the students.
Fahrenheit collaborated with Chatsworth Products on the development of the Motive Cable Management System, an innovative vertical cable management system, developed to mitigate poor cabling practices, and improve organization. The system’s door is double-hinged and can open left or right with a simple push-to-close feature.
Fahrenheit Design worked with Dell to develop the design of the x1008. Intended for use in a small to medium-sized business environment, the small, stackable form factor allows for improved flexibility in positioning and mounting. Featuring eight 1 GbE ports with PoE (Power over Ethernet) it can be placed on a tabletop or mounted on the wall, or hidden away under a desk. The fanless anodized aluminum housing acts as a heat sink, with the ability to share housing between POE and Non-POE Models.
SunPower recently introduced the new Equinox Home Solar System. SunPower teamed up with Fahrenheit to develop its new microinverter and EnergyLink wireless management system. Equinox is the first solar system designed and engineered by one company. The result is a reliable, elegant system which produces more energy and has fewer visible parts.