Old School Students at the School of the Arts & Sciences in San Francisco went back in time and used traditional tools originally used in graphic design-no computers allowed. Students used their creativity, rulers, pens, pencils, and markers to create their board games from scratch. Finished games were displayed at the annual Design & Industry (DAI) Art Show.

Board Game Project

The Industrial Design Outreach board game project was completed at the School of the Arts & Sciences, and was designed to introduce not only a common material used in design, but to also allow students to have a hands on experience with model making and the requirements of given tolerances.

When the models were completed, they were tested to measure there functionality and sustainability as a "product". The "look", or aesthetic, of the product was entirely up to the designer (students) as long as the design fell within the specifications.

iDo:Industrial Design Outreach | Fine Arts Building 419 | 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco, CA 94132