Discover the latest design news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
How hospital design supports children, young people and their families
Thu 05 Dec 2019
Lecturer in Architectural Design, Dr Stephanie Liddicoat, explores how hospital design affects mental health and wellbeing, particularly in young people.
Swinburne experts share smart cities insights with Vietnam
Tue 03 Dec 2019
Swinburne experts met with delegates from Ho Chi Minh City’s municipal government to discuss the future of smart technology and innovative design.
Images in mobile map searches guide the way
Tue 12 Nov 2019
Images of landmarks in mobile map applications could make finding your way to and from destinations much easier.
Industrial Design projects for sustainable urban life
Mon 11 Nov 2019
Industrial Design Honours students design products for urban living for humans and insects.
Smart tech systems cut congestion for a fraction of what new roads cost
Faced with the eye-watering costs of building infrastructure, it makes sense to turn to much more cost-effective smart technology to get traffic flowing.
Experimental image making wins photography award
Fri 25 Oct 2019
Swinburne Communication Design student, Caitlin Gmehling, has received an Adobe Top Talent Award in the Photography category at the 2019 Adobe Awards.
Mudō flexible lighting by Christoph Koch
Created by industrial designer and Swinburne PhD candidate, Christoph Koch, Mudō is a flexible, modular high-end lighting system.
Illustrations communicate key health messages
Thu 24 Oct 2019
Master of Design student creates illustrations for Jean Hailes for Women’s Health toolkit.
Swinburne and Medical Connect democratise air travel
Mon 21 Oct 2019
Swinburne and Medical Connect is one step closer to an accessible and affordable air transport solution for customers with medical and physical disability.
Tapestries interweave traditions with a new sense of place
Thu 26 Sep 2019
Deputy Co-ordinator in Journalism, Dr Sue Green, discusses the use of textiles to investigate history, self and place in a new exhibition.