Tiny World is a directory for parents and kids that need an accessible place to get recommendations for fun places to go.
The work shown below is from students in years 8-12. During the program intensives students defined their problem and value proposition. They established the key features of their business models and then developed prototypes: app wireframes, landing pages, or 3D drawing. These were then developed into a pitch.
An app to help record and retrieve teacher instruction. Logo Logo Value Proposition Assumption Value Proposition Summary Business Model Customer Interview
A musical artist looking to expand into e-commerce. Website (Live) Logo Value Proposition Business Model for Ecommerce
An app to help students balance school, home and social life. App Wireframe Logo Value Proposition
Easily map out a Thrifting Trail without extensive planning. App Wireframe Logo Value Proposition Summary Survey Survey Results
A local dog walking service, year 8. Logo Business Model Survey Website Wireframe
Baby sitting app. App Wireframe Value Proposition Survey Design Survey Results
A payment aggregator to manage all your payment gateways from one location https://studentstartup.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Showcase-Payggregator-Website.mp4 Logo Brand Style Business Model Canvas
A book scan to PDF service. Logo Value Proposition Summary Branding App Wireframe
Providing faster and nutritious breakfast for students and busy workers. Logo Value Proposition Assumption Brand Styling Website (Live)
A 3D game display for healthier immersive family games. Logo Business Model Summary Customer Interviews Website (Live)
Provide students with a more effective studying method that aims to enhance test/assessment preparation and enable students to achieve more satisfying results. Logo Value Proposition
Existing business with paying customers: defined value proposition, created website, conducted customer interviews and summarised business model.
On demand, 3D printing for low project quantities.
A website to for young people to organise who you talk to about what you talk to. Logo Main Competitor Surveys Website (Landing Page)
A smart pencil case design to help students and creatives to be more organised.
A 3D gamer display for healthier immersive family games.
An app to help students with what to study, wear and do. Logo Value Proposition Summary Business Model Canvas App Wireframe
Noterist is a web based application developed by Daniel of Parade College that stores images of your notes, so you can access them anywhere.
Divine Society is a Melbourne born and bred streetwear brand developed by founder Liam Easton of Diamond Valley College.