Bright Innovation designers were invited to the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Brought in by Justin Adleff, who is teaching a first year design studio, Bright designers taught the class on how to create fast prototypes to test out product ideas. The task was to design a light emitting device for a particular user. Each group identified the needs of their particular user and brainstormed ways they could incorporate these needs into their device. Bright gave each group a set of pose-able blocks to test out size and location of buttons and handles.
Coming Up Next: Videos of the group presentations. See who they were designing for and what did their prototypes look like!