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Modeclix the world’s first fully customisable 3D printed textile has been made commercially available for the first time through a licensing agreement with Additive. This exciting new venture will, through collaboration offer unique opportunities for other designers to use Modeclix in innovative ways further expanding its use. Jonathan Rowley, former Design Director at Additive "The joy of Modeclix is that it's a 3D

Planning to work in 3D? Well St Albans City District Council are! They approached the Digital Hack Lab to build them a browsable 3D model of the city centre to enable them to visualise and test new building proposals coming through their planning department. This experimental project was proposed as the council wanted to visually track on-going building and restoration projects taking

During the week of 21 October, Herts Propeller and the School of Creative Arts ran Design Sprint 2019 for 250 students in 34 teams with eight industry partners. Our industry partners were: Airbus Corporate Jets, Allsaints, Lobby Espresso, Modeclix, NRBY, You Town and Creative Ideas By… Our partners set the briefs, identifying design issues that they were facing. Our students rose to the

In Pursuit of Luxury (IPOL) is a professional association based at the University of Hertfordshire whose mission is to engage in a global dialogue with academia and industry on questions related to luxury. These range from the concept of luxury, the experience of luxury and its relation to self and society, and luxury’s existence as a material object in the global economy. Issues

Propeller, the School of Creative Arts at the University of Hertfordshire in-house creative agency offers a unique service to industry where design and business are inextricably linked. We will be hosting a set of unique and innovative events and projects encouraging local businesses to get involved, engage with us through working with our experts and students in design. Would you like to explore new

The NHS Foundation commissioned Herts Propeller to create a promotional film to launch their SPIKE 2, the NHS client information access tool for the Hertfordshire Partnership University. The innovative ‘live’ system tool allows care workers to access accurate clinical information about their care users in one place.  It provides real time information about service users and caseloads allowing the prioritisation of work. Paul Bradley,

Suzero was founded after a bet between the Sam and Ollie while they were studying at the University of Hertfordshire. Ollie bet Sam that he couldn’t give up sugar for a whole month. Sam accepted the challenge and began researching low sugar food products. To his surprise, Sam was shocked to find that some of the best-selling ‘healthy’ snack bars on the

Building on the previous cutting-edge collaborative projects initiated by Shaun Borstrock and Jessica Helfand, this year’s collaboration focused on: luxury, sustainability and waste. The project was set to explore the imminent water crisis in Cape Town, South Africa through an understanding and interpretation of how the diverse communities were addressing the challenges ahead. Prior to the project taking place in South Africa, Yale students, working

By Benji, a company selling a premium dog treat approached Propeller to ask us to help them develop their visual and brand identity.  Our graphic design students were set the task of presenting visual ideas, who presented them with full branding guidelines to take their product to market. 55 graphic design students took part in the initial challenge and five student designs were