SYTYCD 2018

So You Think You Can Design 2018

SYTYCD is a national competition, open to all Design & Technologies students in Australia.

Last year, schools throughout the country took the challenge during Design & Technologies Week 2018, from the 15th - 21st October.

There were some fantastic prizes on offer for the winning student and their school!


The Brief

Design a product that attenpts to solve a

personal, local or global problem

Deliverables

1 x digital poster (A2 size)

1 x CAD model suitable for 3D Printing (optional)

 

For further details, visit the Design & Technologies Week website, or contact Laura at pl@datta.vic.edu.au

Thanks to our sponsors for their generous support for this program:


Congratulations to all the winners and finalists of SYTYCD 2018

  
Winner - Marc Wion, Year 8, VIC 2nd Place - Tom Poletti, Year 11, VIC 
    
  
3rd Place - Joel Brighton, Year 10, QLD People's Choice - Calais, Abbey, Taysha, Tara & Teahna, Year 5, VIC


 

The 10 finalists for SYTYCD 2018

Click on the links for large images

Pop-up Shelter by Marc Wion, Yr 8, VIC (First place)Safety Cycle Seat by Tom Poletti, Yr 11, VIC (2nd Place)
  

Exhaust Collection Model by Joel Brighton, Yr 10, QLD (3rd Place)Triple TAC Drone by Calais, Abbey, Taysha, Tara & Teahna, Yr 5, VIC (People's Choice Award)
  

Safe Squeeze by Charli Faubel, Yr 11, VICAutomatic Gate by Evelyn Crawford, Yr 11, VIC
  
Pop Up Bra Outfit by Imogen Mabin, Yr 10, NSWTiny House by Julian McIntyre, Yr 8, VIC
  
Pill Bug Inspired Cooker by Lujaine Hussain, Yr 9, QLDElectromagnetic Vehicle by Nick Storey, Yr 10, QLD

SYTYCD is a national competition, open to all Design & Technologies students in Australia.

In 2018, schools throughout the country took the challenge during Design & Technologies Week 2018, from the 15th - 21st October.

There were some fantastic prizes on offer for the winning student and their school!

The Brief

Design a product that attenpts to solve a

personal, local or global problem

Deliverables

1 x digital poster (A2 size)

1 x CAD model suitable for 3D Printing (optional)

 

For further details, visit the Design & Technologies Week website, or contact Laura at pl@datta.vic.edu.au

Thanks to our sponsors for their generous support for this program: