This week in Design and Fabrication, students showcased their Life Hack creations. Students interviewed their partners and discovered the "annoying problems" in each others' lives and chose one to solve. They worked through the Design Thinking process, creating problem statements, rough prototypes, testing them and then producing their final object. The products they created ranged from cell phone cases to paper and work area organizers. Some products required 3D modelling and printing, while others involved laser cutting and hand woodworking tools. You can see some of the products in the photos below.