Co-oproduct's Jamie Billing discusses why design students should take products apart by Rain Noe of Core77

Interesting article discussing Jamie Billing's educational work with Autodesk Sustainability Workshop, focussing on why design students should take products apart: http://www.core77.com

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Jamie Billing is a designer, academic and researcher. He is Technical Director of Multi Award-winning Co-oproduct CIC and Programme Leader in Design at Plymouth College of Art.

 

Tracy Cordingley

I am Creative Director & Co-Founder of Co-oproduct. I'm interested in new technological developments and the changing inter-disciplinary boundaries of the product design profession. Over recent years I've become particularly interested in Open Design and the potential these new community-based models have to reshape traditional working methods and practices of design. You can find out more about me in our 'About Us' pages.

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