Sponsored by the Patricia Tindale Legacy and Priestmangoode
Design a product or service that gets better or more useful the more people use it so that sharing becomes more attractive and viable.
Jack Pearson, Northumbria University
Project:The Farmers Dozen
Partnership with: We Are What We Do
Design a way for people to increase everyday behaviours that build mental well-being.
Russell Daniels-Lake, London Metropolitan University
Award: Highly Commended
Will Mower, University of the West of England
Project: Update Your Mood
IMPROVE HYGIENE, IMPROVE LIVES
Sponsored by Unilever
Improve hygiene for people in low income areas using frugal design.
Caz Owens, Kingston University
Project: The Sodis Stripe
Award: Fay Cuthbertson Memorial Award
INNOVATION IN GIVING DESIGN
Sponsored by Springetts Brand Design Consultants
Design a product, service or tool that will encourage or enable people to donate either their time or their money to good causes.
Alex Benzie, Plymouth University
Project:Do Good Dating