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TECHlace 3D Printed Jewelry Proposal: Design Process


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By Rachel Simrell Scott

December 21, 2014

A behind-the-scenes look at the design process for the TECHlace entry to the 2015 Wonderluk Design Competition for 3D Printed Jewelry, discussing how the proposal was developed from concept through execution.

Rachel Simrell Scott

Trained as an architect, but active in both the architectural and digital fields, I spend my waking hours working and playing where design meets technology. My experience designing for the human experience anchors my design sense where it matters: with people, not with ego.

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