Ceri Hann is a sessional tutor in the Industrial Design program at RMIT. He also has an ongoing engagement with the School of Art in the Art in Public Space Post-Graduate program. He is currently a PhD candidate in the School of Architecture and Design. The primary focus of his research is the development of
Frank Feltham is a lecturer in Industrial Design at RMIT University and the coordinator of the Honours Projects 1 and 2. His work explores the interrelationship between information technologies and the human as a physical and social agent. These design explorations are focussed on movement-based and tangible (or physical) interfaces that extend our traditional screen-based
Dustin graduated from RMIT’s Industrial Design program in 2015. Consulting independently, Dustin has worked across various fields including medical product design, through to large gallery installations. He is passionate about sharing his knowledge of production processes within 3D printing and low volume production, but also how real world design challenges are tackled within industry.
Shawn is a trained industrial designer and postgraduate student with extensive professional and academic experience in user-centered design and qualitative research methods in human-technology interaction.
He has a long history of cooking and exploring new food experiences, including moonlighting as a part-time food writer for Broadsheet and The Age. In 2011, he spent a three-month sabbatical in
Kate Archdeacon is an industrial designer who focuses on systems and service design, community development and urban resilience. Having recently submitted her MPhil thesis, “Urban agriculture design for resilient cities”, Kate is now obsessed with the role that the culture of food–growing, preparing and consuming–plays in building urban social and ecological resilience.
Malte Wagenfeld is Senior lecturer in Industrial Design at RMIT; he is a design practitioner, academic, artist, curator and researcher. As an industrial design practitioner, Malte has extensive experience in the design of furniture, appliances, objects and interiors with a specialisation in low volume manufacturing and prototyping. The designs resulting from this have been internationally
Youssef Tayeb is a maker. He is fascinated by the opportunities which the world of digital fabrication can afford designers. Heavily influenced by an open-source ethos, he firmly believes that the disruptive technologies which the personal manufacturing movement develops will result in the democratisation of manufacturing.
Working as a freelancer after graduating from RMIT’s Industrial Design
Design Manager – Catalyst Design Group Pty Ltd
During her BA in Industrial design, Joelene undertook an internship at Panasonic Japan in 2002. Graduating in 2003, Joelene worked at Vehicle Design Australia before joining Catalyst in 2004. Since then, she has contributed to design projects with brands including Knog, Cannondale, Matrasport, Mobilarm, and P.P.C.
Joelene contributes in
Maria completed her studies in the field of Industrial Design in 2006; her thesis centred on the study of the acculturation and transculturation of the body ornament in the ethnic evolution of persons in the western context. Her resulting collection won Maria first prize in an international jewellery design competition; the prize being a full
Justin has been an active participant in the Melbourne design industry for the last decade. His ongoing involvement has brought together a number of experimental collaborations around the themes of ‘place making’ and ‘sustainability’.
Justin has lectured extensively in product-design engineering and furniture design at Swinburne University and continues to run a mentoring program from his