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The Creative Ideas Office worked with the universities Business Development Team in a successful bid to deliver a series of peer to peer networking events. The Peer Network will bring together businesses who, with the guidance of experienced facilitators from the University of Hertfordshire, industry experts and innovators will collaborate to develop their potential for future growth and productivity. Hertfordshire Growth Hub are

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

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