News . Feature Stories . Bestselling Author Inspires CIA Little Tikes project
July 10, 2008
This Spring, CIA students in created daring designs for toys.
CIA Industrial Design majors are regularly challenged to use their imaginations to solve open-ended problems. This spring, they were inspired by a new challenge: read the bestselling The Daring Book for Girls by Andrea Buchanan and design toys for Little Tikes that will encourage the kind of active, imaginative play she writes about. Buchanan spoke to students and, along with Little Tikes representatives, attended their final project review. (Photo: Lynn Ischay, The Plain Dealer)
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