Stories about studios + projects
Recent grad Patricia Dranoff 15 ID aims to develop tools that make a lasting difference in the lives of people in West Africa and beyond.
Faculty and students in Industrial Design earn awards for innovative concepts at a recent healthcare design competition.
Graduate students just starting out in Industrial Design work to invigorate the dialogue around nuclear disarmament.
Students collaborate with members of a local retirement community in designing solutions to social issues associated with aging.
Sophomore Dennis Krawec 18 ID is determined to take advantage of every resource and experience RISD has to offer.
Now that he has been named a 2015–16 Changemaker Fellow, William Zheng 17 ID hopes to inspire other students to pursue their interest in socially conscious startups.
As the first speaker in ID’s 2015–16 lecture series, European writer and design advocate John Thackara challenges students to design a better world.
Meghan (Cowan) Devinat 01 JM and Benoit Devinat BID 02 are juggling family life with getting their new business off the ground.
In Germ Studio, students devise medical tools that reduce health-care associated infections while addressing issues related to patient comfort.