Peter White Public Library
Northern Michigan University’s Human-Centered Design student work is on display in October in the Huron Mountain Club Gallery on the main floor of the Peter White Public Library.
This collection of design concepts is the work of current junior and senior level students within the Human-Centered design program at NMU. The emphasis of the program focuses on the development of concepts for products, systems and services that we encounter on a daily basis.
Students work through a creative process in order to identify appropriate solutions to the problem at hand. Whether in collaborative or individual exercises, the students explore a range of possible solutions that are developed through research and then visualize concepts through design sketching, computer modeling, three-dimensional printing and crafting physical models or fully functional prototypes. For more information on the NMU program visit www.art.nmu.edu.
The exhibit is available for viewing during regular library hours through October 30. For more information call the Peter White Public Library at 226-4318 or visit www.pwpl.info.
Press release was sent to MQT Social Scene courtesy of the Peter White Public Library.