Hollye Hudson is a recent graduate in BSc Product Design and has accomplished a range of design projects through university and freelance work. Hollye has gained a wide range of software and practical knowledge through university and is able to carry out a project from start to finish. She has a particular interest in 3D design and CAD software, including Solidworks, Keyshot and 3D Printing. Hollye is intrigued by the world around her and is constantly learning and developing skills to aid her design work. Her final year project was driven by her love for dogs and interest in developing a product that tackles an often-overlooked issue. The appydog collar and treat dispenser work together to detect and reduce separation anxiety in dogs. The devices are fully controlled by the dog owners’ phone, sending the owner notifications when the dog is experiencing separation anxiety and allowing the owner to respond.