Dudoc showcases unique Product Design from KPU

Last week at Dudoc, the second cohort of the Product Design program at KPU’s Wilson School of Design celebrated the conclusion of a 4-year exploration and learning of design. The graduating students’ projects reflect creative excellence and the school’s unique approach of balance between theory and a hands-on polytechnic experience, along with close connection to industry. It was a showcase of complex societal and environmental problems, and of solutions that push boundaries through tangible and meaningful products. The thesis-level designs include a new way to wear headphones, open source bike shoes and stunning furniture made from repurposed fishing nets. We are glad to announce that the Technical Apparel program exhibit in December 2017 will also be held at Dudoc join the mailing list for future details.

To learn more about the Product Design program at KPU’s Wilson School of Design, view this short video, filmed on location at Dudoc.