Designing With Your Nose

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Wed, Jan 21st, 2015 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

Suffering from Epicondylitis, an injury to the nervous and musculoskeletal systems caused by repetitive tasks, New Zealand-based designer Michelle Vandy explains how she used her nose to continue designing. Remarkable story.

A designer by the name of Michelle Vandy has begun using her nose to do her job on her computer. Instead of using her arms, wrists, and fingers to tap into graphic design, she's rigged up a tripod, a stand, and an Apple Magic Trackpad to construct what may be the world's first "Nose-pad." Without the use of this Nose-pad, Vandy might otherwise have had to give up on design altogether, entering a different working field where she'd not have been able to use her talents to such a fine degree.

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