Press Kit

During UID'17 - Design Talks & Degree Show, June 1-2, graduating students present their innovative degree projects. The projects will be presented through talks, via 3D models and by digital visualizations. The event has become an annual event where design proffessionals, companies and media gather to discuss trends and developments in the field of industrial design.

Where & When 

Where: Umeå Institute of Design, Östra Strandgatan 30
When: Thursday 1 June - Friday 2 June

Sign Up & Programme 

Sign up: Media representatives sign up to the event by contacting Communications Officer Jens Persson
Programme info: For two days, 1-2 June, UID will host keynote speakers Anne Asensio and Rahul Lindberg Sen, design talks, the exhibition and surprise activities For detailed programme, click here

Media Info 

Project examples: One project from each programme has been highlighted in advance (see right margine) For detailed info on the example projects, click here
Press images: Each of the project examples provides high resolution images for use by media represenatives To find press images, click here
Book a media preview tour of the exhibition: To book a preview tour of the exhibition on Thursday, June 1st, contact Communications Officer Jens Persson
Media ContactIf you would like to request an interview or have any questions regarding UID'17, please contact Communications Officer Jens Persson
Emailjens.persson@umu.sePhone: +46 736-263551

 

 

  • Media Contact

    If you would like to request an interview or book an exclusive preview tour of the exhibition, contact Communications Officer Jens Persson.

    Email: jens.persson@umu.se
    Phone: +46 736-263551

  • Project Example

    Far Above Far Beyond by Dominik Krug

  • Project Example

    DREAM PLAY by Martina Eriksson

  • Project Example

    Emplant - Challenging the Boundaries of Technology by Hector Mejia

  • Project Example

    Kanga - Mobile Resuscitation Kit by Darja Wendel

    The project aims to improve the process of newborn resuscitation in developing countries. Simple interventions can save many of these lives. The Kanga mobile resuscitation kit is designed to guide the caregiver during resuscitation, helping to reduce the time to ventilation, while enabling to keep the mother and baby close during this critical time.

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