Service Design Award 2022: Finalists Announcement
The Service Design Award, curated by the Service Design Network, is the first international service design award to recognise the service design community's achievements in both the public and private sectors.
Join us on October 13, 2022, at Service Design Global Conference where Award Ceremony will take place and winners will be announced!
The SDN is incredibly pleased to announce that Service Design Award 2022 finalists have been selected by our international jury of service design experts.
Fifteen projects, which represent the global benchmark for a world-class service design, have been shortlisted in the three categories of Professional Commercial, Professional Non-profit/Public Sector, and Student. Because of their exceptional work and project contributions, we are taking our industry to new levels!
- Atopic Dermatitis Is A Condition Beyond A Skin Disease by Haptica (Colombia)
- Braver Training Grounds: Customer Experience Design & Social Housing Organizations by J5 Design (Canada)
- Co-designing Futures with the Voluntary Sector by Futurice (UK)
- Decarbonising farming with a co-created circular service model by Hellon (UK)
- Personas - Journey Repository - Internal service design teams by Knight Moves NV (Belgium)
- Service design to reactivate the construction industry during the pandemic by BBK (Chile)
Professional Non-profit/Public Sector:
- An Ambitious Vision for Men’s Health by ThoughtForm (USA)
- CoronaCheck: Service Design In Times Of Crisis by Koos Service Design (Netherlands)
- Ensuring the sustainable future of public transportation through service design by Hellon (Finland)
- ICO 'Children's Code' – Design Guidance Service by Big Motive (UK)
- Improving Care and Reducing Waiting Time in the Public Health Sector by Public Innovation Lab of Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Chile)
- Improving The Transition Towards A Care Home by Koos Service Design (Netherlands)
- Collaborative Futures: Food Futures 2031 by Katie Upsdale, Glasgow School of Art (UK)
- Save - Shopping Sustainably for Groceries Made Easy with Save by Chu-Yi Vuong, National College of Art and Design (Ireland)
- Shenzhen Guangming Jingkou Community “Homestay Breeze” Service Innovative Design by Muzi Yang, Zhejiang University (China)
Congratulations to all of our finalists. We look forward to commemorating their work at the hybrid Service Design Global Conference 2022 in Copenhagen.
Special thanks to our jury, Birgit Mager (Head of Jury), Cathy Huang, Caterina Bellavite and Luis Alt and Service Design Award Project Lead - Sonja Jazic.