Cheong is an industrial designer and design consultant.
The synergies between his multiple skillset allows him to tackle a wide variety of projects; from consumer products to improving healthcare experiences, and even reimagining the future of space tourism.
BA(Hons) in Product Design
Delivered by LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore and awarded First Class Honours by Goldsmiths' College, University of London.
Diploma in Business Innovation & Design
Awarded by Singapore Polytechnic, with a Certificate in Software Programming and Applications.
Product & Industrial Design
Cheong is trained in the traditional product design process, from the research to the execution; from the human perspective to the technical detailing & 3D modelling.
Business Design Thinking
He is able to use Design Thinking to incorporate design methodologies into the business environment; be it for customers' needs, or to improve internal processes.
3D Visualization & Photography
By combining his expertise in photography and 3D modelling, it allows him to create visually appealing renders.
Jewellery Production Design
He currently goes through the jewellery production process daily, from 3D modelling with proper specifications to preparing SLA prints for casting.
Designing for Space tourism: a Zero-G gastronomic experience
Designed for the near future, ORION aims to provide a multisensory gastronomic experience for space tourism. This design seeks to reimagine how space tourists would experience drinking in microgravity and viewing Earth from orbit. In-depth design and academic research were conducted for this project, resulting in a final product backed by a dissertation.
Multiplay: Educational Toy for the Visually Impaired
The Contour: Samsung Z Flip Case
ENROMM: Extraterrestrial Rover
X-CAVATOR: Lunar Excavator (Singapore Space Challenge)
Jewel Changi Airport
Designing a holistic customer experience for Jewel:
Conducted interviews with travellers and site observations across local malls and attractions, to gain insights into interactions between visitors, staff and locations. Project completed through UnboxED Agency.
Public Service Division
Thoughts & challenges of Singaporeans:
Proposed new systems and facilities to alleviate future problems faced by Singaporeans, guided by interviews conducted with the public. Project completed through Singapore Polytechnic.
Re-designing the polyclinic experience: Proposed innovative system designs of a new polyclinic building, by identifying stakeholders and pain points through interviews and observations. Project completed through Singapore Polytechnic.