ISU Students Design Creative Products out of Consideration

Nowadays, thoughtful design is all the rage in the market, and students of the Department of Creative Product Design also designs a few thoughtful products, such a modular baby feeding chair made of recycled woods and assistive clothing for patients who undergo a rehabilitation therapy as inspired by a mother’s experience of suffering from a cancer.

(From left) Chi-Yuan Sung, Kai-Ming Kiu, and Wei-Chih Chiang designed assistive clothing for breast cancer patients to ease their pain caused by lymphoid adhesion.

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