Student successes in Creative Technologies
Our students choose to study creative technologies for various reasons. Find out about the inspiration for some of our students and how this helped to shape their future careers.
Student success stories
Neha's ‘smart’ walking stick was designed to help people with Parkinson’s disease. Inspired to help people after witnessing her late grandad struggle with the condition, 'Walk to Beat' has attracted the attention of the NHS and Parkinson’s UK charity.
When Michael was searching for a course, it was the course syllabus and facilities that attracted him to UWE Bristol.
For his final year project on the BSc(Hons) Creative Product Design course, Josh looked at the issue of plastic waste, and created a product that turns plastic bottles into functional household items.
Creative Music Technology (CMT) student Jack Cookson entered the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Artist of the Year competition early in 2016.
Student news stories
Four games technology students from the PlayWest game studio have developed Speed Titans, a multiplayer game which sees teams work against the clock, collecting objects from a junk yard to create their very own speed machines. The game is designed to appeal to a young audience and help spur pupils' interest in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).