Innovation School Product Design

Wenyang Lei

As a designer, He believes that design goes far beyond aesthetics. It’s about understanding the needs and desires of users, empathizing with their struggles, and ultimately creating solutions that seamlessly integrate into their lives.

With a keen eye for detail and a deep understanding of user-centered design principles, he strives to create products that are not only visually captivating but also intuitive and delightful to use. He is constantly driven to uncover the perfect balance between form and function, ensuring every interaction feels effortless and meaningful.



VIVI is a multi-functional pillow designed for passengers who travel long distances on the train. Its body is a plane composed of small plural triangles. It can be used by folding or kneading it arbitrarily, then placing it on any flat surface and supporting it. Its construction makes it easy to fit any flat surface. Its strong shaping ability also allows it to be used as a file folder, phone holder, cup holder, etc.
This project aims to let people consciously use their unconscious behavior, unconsciously design for themselves, and encourage users to think about how to use the objects around them to solve their current needs, which is what we call accidental and unconscious design. The original meaning of the name VIVI is the combination of ‘Vitality’ and ‘Living ‘because I see countless possibilities of vitality in it; just like Shakespeare’s Hamlet, VIVI will have different uses in different hands, and as time goes by Grow over time, communicate with users, let users get used to and have their own set of usage methods, and make them break away from the original design intention of ‘pillow.’


CFARVS is the abbreviation of ‘Community Future Augmented Reality Voting System. It is a voting system designed to allow residents to earn green credits through a particular set of behaviors: helping community residents, doing sports activities, and saving electricity. After that, residents can spend green credits and place virtual models of public facilities that they think are beautiful and beneficial to the community through their mobile devices. Also, they can view the virtual models set by other residents and vote for them with green points. When the vote reaches a specific limit, the city council will accept the public facility project and use the community budget for investment in construction.
These virtual models will be integrated with the natural world and present the possible future of the community for the Citizens. It is not only reward-based on an individual or local level but also for the benefit of the entire community grid.