Boston, MA, March 23, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Big Studio has partnered up with Startup Institute Boston for the spring 2014 session to bring a unique, real world perspective to students immersed in the 8-Week Core Curriculum. As a young digital design think tank familiar with the entrepreneurial journey, Big Studio has much to offer in the form of experience and knowledge.
Startup Institute Boston gives Big Studio designers the opportunity to make positive impacts on the startup ecosystem by building upon the fundamentals of the design industry. “Our recent presentation was designed to be a 120-minute, interactive jam with a focus on giving solutions to common challenges while highlighting best practices and uses of core design thinking activities,” says Michael Tuccinard, founding partner of Big Studio.
Big Studio designers hope to empower students to align their interests, knowledge and skills to ensure a passion for the profession. “Helping prepare and inspire new designers for the complex world of modern digital product design is a way to make the entire industry that much stronger,” says Robert Gauvin, founding partner of Big Studio.
Big Studio will continue its involvement through upcoming events with Startup Institute Boston, which include a Partner Fair and a fireside chat.
About Big Studio
Big Studio is a design agency focused on creating meaningful user experiences through big ideas. Our unique approach to uncovering innovations helps clients discover new ways to use digital, mobile and online products to increase revenue and customer loyalty. For more information about Big Studio’s design services and latest updates, please visit thebig-studio.com or contact Diana Pun.
About Startup Institute Boston
Startup Institute Boston provides accelerated programs for professionals and recent graduates to hone in on the necessary skillsets. This full-time, intensive, 8-week experience truly brings passionate individuals together from both the academic and startup sectors to cultivate a more thriving local tech ecosystem. For more information, visit startupinstitute.com/boston.