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Stories from design:

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With their genre-bending "Beat Boxers," BYU animation students take the top prize at E3's College Game Competition.  

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In his new book, Never Use Futura, BYU design professor Douglas Thomas explores the cultural history and impact of the typeface you never knew you knew.

A group of 18 industrial design students took on the challenge of building bar stools in a new way.

Transforming the iconic two-dimensional work of Charles Schulz to a three dimensional feature-length film is no easy feat, but that was the challenge for a BYU professor and six alumni who contributed to "The Peanuts Movie."

A group of BYU industrial designers are on a mission to add a bit of style and beauty to the functionality of bike helmets.

A group of five female industrial design students came together to create a line of light equipment for outdoor-loving females. The designed gear was for outdoor retailer Black Diamond.

IT students from BYU have created a program to better track livestock. The software earned them a spot in the top 10 of the Microsoft Imagine Cup competition, where they are now competing for the People's Choice Award.

BYU engineering students have built racing hybrids and record-breaking streamliners, but now they’re working with companies such as GM and Siemens to set their sights a bit smaller.