Lisa works closely with Inpact’s team of inventors, engineers and sales people to design packaging solutions that stands out on shelf and improve the end-users experience whilst simultaneously ensuring it is manufacturable and can run down customer’s filling lines. On Inpact’s innovation projects, Lisa follows the innovation journey from start to finish; directly translating insights into viable commercial concepts. With more than 10 years’ experience as an Industrial Designer, Lisa brings ideas to life through generating mood boards, sketching, computer modelling, 2D and 3D rendering to create physical products that exist and live in the consumer world.
Commonly (and endearingly) referred to as ‘Cheungy’ around the office, Lisa is one crafty young lady. On weekends, you will find her flogging her handmade creations including leather purses, screen printed handbags and other nifty nic nacs at one of Melbourne’s famous craft markets.