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The Happiness Project
The Happiness Project is a collaboration between ECU Design and the City of Fremantle. The project aims at using design and innovative approaches to inject happiness into the City of Fremantle. Student projects examined areas such as health, the environment, the economy and community through bottom-up, empathic design approaches. The outcomes were to be a range of inspiring and innovative ideas presented through exhibitions and design events in the City of Fremantle.
2016 will see ECU Design students working with Fremantle communities to develop innovative yet sustainable solutions. A public exhibition of selected works will take place at Victoria Hall, Fremantle.
In 2014, the project 'Cycle Freo', by student Natalie Sullivan was selected by the Fremantle Council. The project proposed series of design as touch-points to encourage people to cycle in the City of Fremantle. The council is currently implementing elements of the project and Natalie is being engaged as a design consultant to oversee the development.
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