Planny is a plannig’s toolkit which helps children with autism at primary education to plan their own Design Based Learning (DBL) activity. A DBL activity can be very chaotic and unstructured. In particular, children with autism are not good in handling chaotic and unstructured situations. Planny helps to bring the structure back and supports children in working independently.


Every color on the toolkit represents a step of the process, e.g. doing research, coming up with solutions and creating a solution. For each step two different exercises are given. Together the children can decide which exercise they perform. In this way, they learn to make agreements and to plan an activity. Above all, they can create their own and unique design process.


Feb. 2016 - June 2016 | 1 student

The environment has been the victim of substantial abuse at the hands of the human species and this is putting a strain on its ability to sustain life. Our project seeks to help contribute to the easing of the ecological damage caused by human waste products. We choose to focus on the reduction of environmental impact of the fast food industry as it is a significant component of our our society.


The fast food industry utilises vast quantities of non recyclable material and the products they use that are biodegradable are often just put in the general waste. That is why we proposed our food distribution system as it would result in less waste being produced by the industry. The idea is to redesign the food tray. Instead of having a flat tray with paper packaging for each food type, we came up with a tray that is the packaging itself. FANTRAYSTIC is a modular fast food tray fitting the shape of the food.


Sara  Piazolla
Catarina Almeida
Lee Francis Licayan
Gwen Klerks
March 2017

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