POS Design

University POS Design project for POS ‘Little Greene Paint’

Where | Bournemouth University

What | POS Design for Little Greene Paint

When | 2015

How | Solidworks

I studied Industrial Design BA (Hons) at Bournemouth University. We were briefed on a project that would require us to design a POS (Point of Sale) design, for their new range of small paint pots. Using a program called Solidworks software which we were being taught in. I started designing a display stand that would be able to stand alone in a shop front or store. It was also required to hold the 50 different coloured sample paint pots. The process started with pencil sketches trying to generate shapes and concepts. Then later moving into marker rendering drawings to polish the design up. Once I had decided on a suitable design idea, I went into the program and started to develop the final display seen here.

My creative process always begins with getting everything down on paper via any medium I can get hold of. Below are some examples from another project where I started with this design process:

Example sketching process | portfolio POS design
An example of sketching from another project entitled ‘Espresso together’ – a project that was based on increasing the social interaction people have around coffee and designing a new machine that would enhance that experience













I enjoyed the process of designing this display stand as it was my first ‘marketing’ type project. I was required to not only think about the design solution but also the advertising and marketing as well. It was also the first time we were able to collaborate with a real brand, which was exciting.

If you would like to contact me about any design work, opportunities or questions then message me at jgunnsdesign@gmail.com or click here and I look forward to hearing from you!