A Marathi short film titled ‘Agantuk’, is creating waves on social media with over three lakh views online. The film written and directed by Design student- Swaroopa Sanap, was also broadcasted on a national television channel.
Pranali Linge and Swapna Joshi, the graduated student of MIT Institute of Design (MIT ID) designed a wearable mobile app- Linkage, to enhance the lives of the elderly. Their product snagged the world prestigious iF Design Talent Award.
Students of MIT Institute of Design participated in Pune Design Festival. The winner’s coverage was in Pune Mirror 23rd Feb 2015. Pooja Dholakia in graphic design won the first place and Shreya Sood won The Park Elle Décor student contest in the furniture category.
Prof. Paresh Choudhury was featured in an article in Indian Express for ‘Typography’. He explained typography in a simple manner. He also stated that we can determine if a movie is romantic, comedy or horror genre just by looking at the title of the poster. For more details please go through the article.
Three students of MIT Institute of Design have come up with an innovative solution that gives a new lease of life to the shopping bags.They have designed an interesting shopping bag which can be easily converted into a hanger to hang clothes in the wardrobe.
SEEKH, workshop on portfolio cteation and professional development by MIT Institute of Design (MITID) was recently hosted at the MITID Loni campus. The platform encouraged and provided students an opportunity to develop their knowledge and enhance their skills and attitude beyond academic learning by interacting with industry experts. The workshop focused on making students aware about the latest advancements in the industry.