Industrial Design undergrads and grads teamed with fellow students throughout the Kanbar College of Design, Engineering & Commerce this weekend to address the future of care for refugee populations with the product development staff of Johnson & Johnson.
The project is called Nexus Maximus. It’s held annually every September with a different theme and client. For many students, it’s their first experience working within diverse-skillset design teams. It also results in a great asset going forward as students look to begin developing their portfolios, populating them with projects work done for real-world clients such as this.