Learning intention Together we will discuss the purpose of this elective and introduce the 4th industrial revolution. Success Criteria I participated in class discussion around
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.
Tiny World is a directory for parents and kids that need an accessible place to get recommendations for fun places to go.
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
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