A selection of projects from the 2013 Design Entrepreneur Showcase featuring award winners.
To provide an outstanding application for a group of individuals to harmoniously communicate and coordinate care for an individual.
Create a seamless communication between family and healthcare providers building a trustworthy relationship that families can depend on.
Through the use of social media, young women across the country build their confidence and self-worth while forming a connection with others near and far struggling with their same issues.
For the next generation of women to embrace technology as positive reinforcement, and to develop a healthy self-image for themselves that inspires them to support their peers.
Wet Roots provides your household with an all in one, sustainable, easily maintained, indoor food growing system that will produce fresh herbs, vegetables and even some fruit for you throughout the year.
Wet Roots provides a domestic, interactive art and science look into Nature’s process and promotes sustainable ideas about growing locally and eating healthy.
After discovering how much of our recycling is exported from the United States to other areas across the globe, action needed to be taken. The amount of pollution in other countries caused from our own disposed goods must be eliminated. Our selfish means to an end must be reevaluated and changed to help the greater community, extending across the globe.
This company is devoted to help give people environmentally safe options of disposing their electronics. By targeting our local community, we reach out to the community of other countries who suffer from our behaviors in a world that revolves around technological advancement.
Eureka! aims to market LED light bulbs through attractive and friendly product packaging that provides clear information, doing away with the stigma and confusion surrounding energy efficient lighting.
Eureka!’s vision is to influence consumers to purchase and light their homes with energy efficient LED light bulbs.
Eric and Whitney Schneider
To educate and ultimately inspire children through hands-on educational tools.
To lay the foundations of an entire generation of scientifically oriented individuals.
Our mission is to provide the most accessible, updatable and contemporary medical alerting wearable that provides a sense of safety, security and peace of mind.
We envision a world where all individuals with critical health conditions can feel safe and secure with our easily accessible, updatable and contemporary alerting wearable that can be found at any retail store across the world.
PowerXseed’s mission is to help English Language Learners build their understanding of the new culture, break the language barrier, and adapt to the new environments through fun and educational teaching techniques.
Help those that struggle with culture and language so that multiculturalism can prosper.
Jessica June Gilmore
The Way Back strives to bring the challenges we are currently facing and will be facing in the future that relate environmental issues to the attention of a younger generation.
By combining fun, humorous, and interactive game play along with educational facts about our environment in an integrated story line, we hope to not only teach others about our environmental impact, but also captivate and inspire a new wave of environmental activists for prevention and change.
UWM Peck School of the Arts
Jon Anne Willow
The Good Jobs
UWM App Brewery
UWM Lubar School of Business
UWM College of Engineering and Applied Science
Urban Ecology Center
UWM Research Foundation
UWM Lubar School of Business