Every project is a unique journey
All projects start with a briefing from our project partners but every project can be very different.
Our talented students work in project teams and manage their own work quite independently.
Project-based learning is supported by a wide range of theme lectures. We might involve up to 20 specialists in teaching.
Research into consumer insights, culture, technology and trends are typically conducted in the early phases of the project.
Concept maps are good for sharing information.
The project journey can vary a bit from one project to another depending on the challenge, but typically it is a multi-step process moving from exploration to evaluation. Iteration is always a strong component.
Different production methods and processes can be used for creating the solution.
Sometimes special tools need to be created in order to make the prototype.
Interim critiques are great opportunities to precent concept ideas and collect feedback from many perspectives.
Color and material studies are part of the process of developing intended product semantics, visual communication and branding.
Service design and storytelling can also be used to develop concepts of value.
We also invite guests from industry to lecture on various topics…
or international specialists to run workshops.
Form studies can be done with various materials. These folding carton mock-ups were created by students without any tape or glue with the help of Paul Jackson’s folding techniques.
Excursions have been part of the program. They help students to understand different aspects of human-packaging interaction such as ergonomics and affordances…
Trips to production facilities help to understand different processes like printing. We collaborate with top printers like Lönnberg
Let’s create a fun experience together!