Student Service Design Challenge

Due date: 18. December 2020
2021 student service design challenge - design future-oriented services and improve the lives of many
About this challenge
This Student Service Design Challenge is a global design award that celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of designers. It's open to current design students, and is initiated by Philips Experience Design, as part of its mission to involve young designers in finding people-centered and future-oriented services for people who need care.
With this challenge younger generations – over 50% of the people in the world are younger than 27 – take part in shaping the future of care, and designing for people's health, well-being and welfare. That is why we invite design students to explore current care situations and think about what they would do to improve them. Their unbiased, playful and uninhibited approach may lead to new, disruptive ideas, increasing the chance to deliver on the promise of value-based care: providing the right care to the people who need it, at the right time, in a convenient, affordable, easy and accessible way, and – if possible – at the lowest cost.
Why participate?
  • Work on design with impact
  • Dive into a real-life user case
  • Use your curiosity and empathy for real people
  • Work in a multidisciplinary team
  • Learn new design methodologies and skills
  • Get supervised and coached by professionals and experts in the field
  • Get the chance to win a monetary prize or a 10-week design-in-residence
  • Have your work presented in an international exhibition