UNSW Startup looking for (Student) Industrial designer

Bicycle Light Indicator Project
A new startup at UNSW has identified a gap in the market to create safe indicator lights for cyclists. The proposed solution will work effortlessly as it allows cyclists to state their intention of turning without even lifting their hands (https://youtu.be/iPCUdIUfVdg).

Industrial Designer

"Creativity is piercing the mundane to find the marvelous" – Bill Moyers

If you want to create marvelous things, then come join my team and be a part of something that will be used by millions of cyclists out there. The brief is simple, the design needs to be contemporary, waterproof and easy to use i.e. mounting and un-mounting should really be simple.

I already have some designs figured out and would be a great place to start.

What’s on offer
Experience and the satisfaction to call something made by you and used by millions out there. A chance to take control over your creativity and be a leader in design. Additionally, if this endeavour takes off, long term employment.

Contact Abhishek Verma
Abs on 0417 690 345 or email: danger.verma

Startup Launch


All new world class startup program
Got an idea and want to make it a reality?
Got a product/ software that is ready to go-to-market?
Got a startup that has traction and looking for investment?

Well… we are excited to tell you that the biggest UNSW startup program is coming to you! If you are curious to find out more about it, come and meet other founders and dreamers on our upcoming event.


"Startup launch" pre-launch event + founders meeting

When: 12 pm-2 pm, Wed 19th April
Where: The Green House, UNSW

If you have are interested in the "Startup Launch" program and want to find out the details about the program? Come and join us on the 19th April at Green House.

FREE food and drinks will be served at the venue.

Limited spot for this event, please RSVP.

Don’t miss out!
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James Dyson Award international student design competition

You are encouraged to enter the James Dyson Award!

The James Dyson Award is an international student design competition. It is run by the James Dyson Foundation, a global charity, which exists to inspire the next generation of engineers and designers. This design award challenges students, and recent graduates (within four years of degree completion) of engineering, product design and industrial design related disciplines to design something that solves a problem.

The creator of the best invention internationally is awarded $49,000 in prize money, and an additional $8,000 is awarded to their university department or faculty. Last year, UNSW industrial design graduate Katherine Kawecki was the international runner-up in the competition.

More details about the competition and how to enter can be found at www.jamesdysonaward.org. The competition is open from the 30th March through to the 20th July 2017.

For questions or further information: georgia.wilson.

ResMed Intern & Graduate programs

ResMed Intern & Graduate programs are now open (until 1st April).

IDES students and graduates are invited to apply directly through the website – see links below.



(posted by Oya Demirbilek)

Art Moves


Artists are invited to be part of ArtMoves, a new public art installation to transform the streets of Kingsford and Kensington with sculptures, street art, outdoor furniture and landscape designs, creating fresh spaces for the community to enjoy. If you’re an aspiring artist, sculptor, performer, creative company, student or industry leader, we’d like you to express your interest in this exciting project.


Transport for NSW is inviting artists to submit concepts for a series of new public art, to be displayed along the light rail route in Kensington and Kingsford.

This art will transform the streets by encouraging locals and visitors to explore the area and use these spaces in new ways.

Artists interested in the project will need to include a CV and concept designs as part of their submission, which will then be judged by a panel of expert judges.

Expression of interest: http://data.mysydney.nsw.gov.au/files/s3fs-public/Artmoves/ArtMoves%20Expression%20of%20Interest%20EOI-min-min_compressed.pdf

(posted by O.Demirbilek)