Wong Hok Pan, Sam ShiftClips Toy Design 3D Printing App
ShiftClips Toy Design 3D Printing App is Bronze Design Award winner in 2013 - 2014 Mobile Technologies, Applications and Software Design Award Category.
ShiftClips Toy Design 3D Printing App

The Toy Maker ShiftClips CAD/CAM app is a product-service platform allowing inventors 10 and up to create and 3D print their own construction toys. The app's simple GUI allows users to develop and edit forms on a smart tablet, and select a number of hardware fasteners, or clips, to integrate with their forms to generate their own articulated and reconfigurable playthings. ShiftClips' user friendliness makes it an ideal educational tool for creative form design and product fabrication processes.

ShiftClips Toy Design 3D Printing App
Wong Hok Pan, Sam ShiftClips
Wong Hok Pan, Sam Toy Design 3D Printing App
Wong Hok Pan, Sam design
Wong Hok Pan, Sam design
Wong Hok Pan, Sam

Wong Hok Pan,Sam is graduated in BA(Hons) in Design (Industrial and Product) from HKPU and try to not limit himself only in the product design area. He thinks that everything in our daily life can be the design inspiration. Therefore, he claims that a designer should keep yourself fresh and curious about the world. Sam believes creative is very important for the society where everybody should be inborn with some of it. He wish people including himself can contribute their good ideas in different aspect and make a change to the world.

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, School of Design

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design PolyU has been an important hub of design education and research for Hong Kong since 1964. Providing design education from undergraduate to postgraduate levels, the School is ranked the first in Asia among the top 25 in the world by Business Insider. Its Master of Design (Design Strategies) program was rated by the BusinessWeek among the world’s best “design thinking programs PolyU Design’s specialisms include advertising, environment and interior design, product design, communication design, interactive and digital media. Programs are offered at higher diploma, bachelor, master, and PhD levels. Research has been a cornerstone of PolyU Design, which tops productivity in academic journals in Asia according to a preliminary study led by TU Delft and PolyU. The year of 2013 sets a major milestone in the development of PolyU Design as its relocation to the Jockey Club Innovation Tower which fosters multi-disciplinary studies and collaboration. The building is Hong Kong’s first permanent architecture designed by Pritzker Prize award winner Zaha Hadid. Famous designers who graduated from PolyU Design include Raman Hui (Animation), Vivienne Tam (Fashion), and Lee Chi Wing (Product and Branding), among others.