Students designed products, based on the theme from 2D to 3D. Some might felt inspired by the origami workshop organized by the Competition Committee, others by short production methods such as lasercutting. In the first week of march the public could vote on their favorites during the exposition of twenty designs.The public and jury winners of this years competition, Stijn Jagers, Tim Looijen and Agnes Günther, received their prizes at the closing ceremony of the IOB. See Design Competition to read more about the winning designs.
Last week wednesday and thursday we were present at the IDE business fair. Not only did we show our BlueDot products, it was also a great opportunity to talk to you, IDE students, about what BlueDot can do for you. If you are curious how we can help to bring your product ideas to the market, you can read more about the registration procedure on our website. Or if you are interested in running the BlueDot design label next year, then check out the different functions of the board and contact us: !