Winners of Design Competitions from Techsoft
Published 7th December 2015
There has been some great competition results coming over from Techsoft.
Young Fashion Designers UK Competitions
TechSoft were delighted to attend the Midlands Regional Final of the Young Fashion Designer UK 2015, hosted at RGS Worcester, where the winners of the Young Fashion Designers UK Competition were announced. There was an amazing array of talent on the day, but TechSoft's Textile Consultant, Heidi Ambrose-Brown, along with help from the other judges were able to select the six well deserved winners. Each winner was presented with a Brother Innov-is 35 computerised sewing machine
TechSoft 2D Design UK Schools Competition 2015
Such is the popularity of TechSoft’s 2D Design that everybody in schools knows what it is don’t they? 2D Design has become a mainstay of the UK’s Design & Technology curriculum. Students (and their teachers) inundate our Facebook and Twitter with examples of high quality work they have done. With the publication of the new Design & Technology curriculum drawing close, 2D Design will be more important than ever in helping to implement a robust, technical and numeracy based platform for creativity in the subject. TechSoft were delighted with the response we got for calls to our 2D Design UK Schools competition 2015. The entrants impressed the judges, and displayed some outstanding CAD work that detailed just how technically adept our young UK designers are. The winner was Dhillon Parajiea of Ricards Lodge High School, Wimbledon.
TechSoft SolidWorks UK Schools Competition 2015
With the continued development of the new Design and Technology key stage curriculum, teachers and students have been busy demonstrating why this subject is such an important aspect of school life. None more so than in our SOLIDWORKS competition. TechSoft were overwhelmed with the number of quality submissions received.
So, with a reverberating drum roll, TechSoft are delighted to announce that the overall Solidworks winner in the Under 19 competition 2015 was Sam Mottershead of Holmes Chapel Comprehensive in Cheshire. His design was a robotic delivery product that impressed all the judges so much, that even they would like to buy one! His use of Photoview, combined with engineering specifications, displayed a clear understanding of the mechanical and graphical talents needed to succeed in any design and engineering related field. Sam displayed skills normally reserved for undergraduate years! Read more.Back to News