What happens when design students and biomedical engineering students are set loose in a co-working space for 24 hours? The inaugural Design Good Now event sought to find out by bridging the gaps between engineering, technology, and design. Teams were given a problem to solve and 24 hours to ideate, prototype, and 3D print a final solution. Across the globe, students from the Beijing Institute of Technology and Kookmin University worked on the same design challenges, staying in contact via video chat throughout the event.  

Follow their process and watch their presentation videos here, and see local news coverage on WLFI 18

Many thanks to Autodesk for their Fusion 360 workshops and Matchbox Coworking Studio for hosting their space for the event.