Published on : Wednesday, October 28, 2015
One of UK’s leading providers of specialist seating and furniture for the comfort business, Shackletons has appointed Resse Bailey as a new product and visual designer to join the company’s expanding research and development team. Resse was previously working with Diam International in Loughborough where he was in the role of development designer of point of sale items.
At Shackletons, Resse will be an integral part of developing and visualizing new furniture ranges. He will be using the latest 3D modelling software to visually represent innovative concepts and products; helping the company’s clientele to picture their chosen furniture schemes in situ before purchasing.
Reese says, “Furniture design has always been of interest to me; during my A-levels I designed furniture for my major project and really enjoyed doing it. With the complex shapes of the products I thought it would be a great opportunity for me work at Shackletons to push my 3D modelling skills, whilst being able to design products for market. It’s a great sense of achievement seeing something you have helped design come to life!”
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