Elizabeth Fristoe

Senior

Hello! I am an Industrial Design student at Georgia Tech and live in Atlanta, GA. I have an interest in pursuing health and wellness design as well as an interest in product design. I am set to graduate in May of 2021 from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelors of Science in Industrial Design. My strengths include sketching, 3D modeling, and physical prototyping.

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Two renders of a sleek red bicycle.

Ahura: Verge

Ahura: Verge

Teammates:  Rebekah Hilton, Amelia Keller, Rebecca Sun, Mary McGreggor, Mohammad Soudachi, Bridgid Winston
Class:  ID 3042  |  Instructor: Kevin Shankwiler

For this project we were to take an existing car brand and create a light individual transportation sister brand that would appeal to the consumer of said car brand. Our final deliverables included full brand development and completed and in depth CAD models of the bike and exhibition space. My responsibilities were focused on the bike's design with an emphasis on the custom saddle and signal light design.

Several infographics and renders of a blue airline chair.

Airline Disability Project

Airline Disability Project

Teammates:  Drew Alberts, Sophia Burdell, Daniel Nixon, and Jun Yumada
Class:  ID 4081  |  Instructors: Wayne Li, Steven Sprigle

For this project, collaborating with both the Industrial Design and Mechanical Engineering Fields, we were to create a postural support system for airline passengers with physical disabilities. Along with the design of the product and process to implement the system, we also had to ensure our design followed the FAA regulations as well as test the feasibility of our design.

Three photographs of a tall lamp.

Meditate

Meditate

Class: ID 2024  | Instructor: Lisa Marks

This project was to create a human-scale lamp that exhibits physical beauty when off and celebrates light when on. This project was to help us explore design in a large scale to fill a space as well as explore form, space, and light.

Two renders of a phone rest and amplifier.

Device Speaker Stand

Device Speaker Stand

Class: ID 2102  |  Instructor: Tim Purdy

This project was to tell my CAD modeling skills using the applications of Solidworks and Keyshot. This stand was made to hold an iPhone 6 with a headphone jack to plug into the speakers on the stand. The stand also features a sliding wooden panel for the option to change the orientation of the smart phone on the stand. The speaker features a Stereo 20w Class D Audio Amplifier.