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Mckella Daly Saor Dexterity Assistive Device
Saor Dexterity Assistive Device is Iron Design Award winner in 2021 - 2022 Differently Abled and Seniors' Assistance Design Award Category.
Saor Dexterity Assistive Device

Saor, translated from Irish meaning free, is an enabling dexterity assistive device created in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The aim of this project was to provide those with dexterity or fine motor skill issues the opportunity to express themselves, feel empowered, gain independence and freedom, and be involved in activities using writing, drawing or painting, by creating a basic yet functional and reliable product that was affordable, accessible and adaptable.

Saor Dexterity Assistive Device
Mckella Daly Saor
Mckella Daly Dexterity Assistive Device
Mckella Daly design
Mckella Daly design
Mckella Daly

Mckella Daly is an Industrial Design Graduate of Galway Mayo Institute of Technology. She is a passionate and innovative Industrial Designer who identifies product opportunities and translates my ideas into functioning products through formats such as sketching, prototyping, and modelling on CAD software. Four years ago, she decided to study Industrial Design and throughout the completion of her degree, she have developed a strong interest in Universal Design and Human-Centred Design and how these design methods can be impacted through the use of 3D-Printing technologies.

Mckella Daly

Mckella Daly is a final year Industrial Design student studying in Galway, Ireland. Mckella is a passionate and innovative Industrial Designer who has the ability to identify product opportunities and translate these ideas into functioning products through formats such as sketching, prototyping and modelling on CAD software. A users’ needs will always be at the core of all her design thinking. Right now, she would like to join a company where she will be supported by the senior management team to progress and develop her career further.