ENCOURAGE AND REWARDY KIDS FOR GOOD BEHAVIOUR
The Reward Jar aims to help encourage and reward good behaviour in children. When the child does something good, like cleaning their room for example, they are rewarded with a token. These tokens come in bronze, silver and gold, which symbolise the level of their achievement. An optional expansion pack of coins was also designed as an alternate range to the tokens, aiming to help teach younger children about currency. This visual reassurance on the progression helps to encourage the child to want to do more to fill the jar. The jars come in a range of colours, allowing people to pick and choose their own personal Reward Jar
SIMPLE TO MANUFACTURE, SIMPLE TO USE.
This product was designed and engineered to ensure ease of assembly, requiring only two screws to hold all components together. This clever design minimises labour needed during production, therefore reducing the overall manufacturing cost.
Prototyping a number of different iterations allowed subtle details, such as the internal shape and spacing, to be tweaked and refined to ensure that the tokens can be inserted and removed with ease. Strong magnets were integrated into the back ribbing, enabling it to be attached to a fridge door or any other magnetic surface effortlessly.