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The Roots of Creativity

Sixth Form Product Design students visit JMU and explore the roots of creativity

JMU LogoSixth Form Product Design Students visit JMU.

‘Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited while imagination embraces the world.’               -Albert Einstein

During their visit students were able to explore the creative aspects of design. They focused on the power of conversation and analogy in the early stages of design, to explore the root of creativity. The visit also highlighted some of the projects the LJMU Innovation and Engineering Product Design students undertake while at university, including the formula student motor racing competition.

They were also able to explore some of the skills and attributes of a Product Designer:-

  • Persistence
  • Specialism
  • Productive
  • Intrinsic
  • Motivation