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Magdalena Maria Kurowska, faculty: COMMUNICATION DESIGN

Tutor: Agnieszka Matysiak-Szóstek (Communication Design), Dwid Wiener (Psychology)

Mirror
material: 3mm and 6mm thick plywood, 4mm thick mirror
dimensions: height: 60cm, width: 40 cm, depth: 7cm

Lamp:
material: 3mm and 6mm thick plywood, matt 4-mm thick glass sheet
dimensions: diameter: 13cm, depth: 3cm

Application: mockups made in the UXPin environment
application for children designed for: iPhone5
application for the parent designed for: iPad Mini

Non-verbal communication between a child and a parent becomes exceedingly impoverished when they stop living together. What is missing most in the relationship is the subtle exchange of gestures, spontaneous interactions, and communication through glances. The goal behind the MIM system is to allow and simplify photo communication between a child and their parents, turning it into a regular activity and a form of play, rather than a duty. The system inspires the child to express feelings and send photographs to parents more often, without disturbing the child’s sense of autonomy. For the parent, the interaction with the system is intuitive, and the photographs received give a sense of security regarding the child.

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Students Projects

EXHIBITION ‘WASTE NOT’

AT THE INTERNATIONAL FASHION SHOWCASE 2017

User-friendly house for visually-impaired

Project Stanisław Marta designed and produced a set of stickers that enabled visually-impaired people to…

Buraki Lab

Humans leave a huge ecological footprint on the environment. A good while ago, we have…

Sknocone

Nowadays, people are used to thinking about the world in terms of separate blocks or…

MIM system

Magdalena Maria Kurowska, faculty: COMMUNICATION DESIGN

I build a mobile flower stall

Agata Klimkowska, faculty: DOMESTIC DESIGN

UP_CYCLOPEDIA

Julia Grabowska, faculty: INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

FIGURAKI

Emanuela Chełmońska-Vargas, faculty: DOMESTIC DESIGN cooperation: Patrycja Otachel

Stanisław Project | Urszula Project

Marta Jakubowska, faculty: INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

IMMU

Justyna Strociak i Magda Gąsiorowska, faculty: INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Polish folk art in the language of new technologies

Barbara Dżaman, faculty: INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

PERSONAL SPACE

Kinga Korbalewska i Błażej Teliński, faculty: FASHION DESIGN

At the interface between dream and reality

Klaudia Filipiak, faculty: FASHION DESIGN

Individuality in the canon of norms

Klaudia Dopierała, faculty: FASHION DESIGN

People are important, not clothes

Karolina Maria Gwóźdź, faculty: FASHION DESIGN

Pattern by Shape

Kamila Garczyńska, faculty: FASHION DESIGN

Contemporary Prymitives

Jagoda Fryca, faculty: FASHION DESIGN

Sport + Fun

Aleksandra Kowalska, faculty: FASHION DESIGN

Movement vs. Monument, body deformation

Aleksandra Bloch, faculty: FASHION DESIGN

Envelope

Agata Birek, faculty: FASHION DESIGN

Primitive Etiquette

Paulina Maria Masternak, faculty: DOMESTIC DESIGN

Celebrating at table

Magdalena Majnusz, faculty: DOMESTIC DESIGN

C’est la vie

Aleksandra Korbańska, faculty: DOMESTIC DESIGN

"Dormitory" a game

Marta Kujawska, faculty: COMMUNICATION DESIGN

PSIE Human-Animal Interaction

Marta Jagielska, faculty: COMMUNICATION DESIGN

Techno Boys

Przemysław Podolak, faculty: FASHION DESIGN