Service Design Award 2023 - Deadline Extended

Great news, designers! Our call for the Service Design Award has been extended! You now have the chance to submit your Service Design project until Friday, 14 July 2023 (23:59 CEST)!

We are looking forward to receiving your best work! To get more information on submissions, please see all details on our website page

Thanks to all who already submitted their best entries! You still have enough time to finalise your projects. Edit and polish your projects within the given deadline (July 14, 2023)!

If you are still searching for that spark of inspiration or looking for the benchmark references, make sure to check out our last year's winners!

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Key Benefits of Participating in the Service Design Award:

  1. Recognition: Gain international recognition for your outstanding service design projects.
  2. On-Stage Celebration: Winners will be recognised on-stage at the prestigious Service Design Global Conference (SDGC23) in Berlin.
  3. Exclusive Tickets: Winners receive free in-person SDGC23 tickets (1 per project team), while finalists receive free virtual SDGC23 tickets.
  4. Exhibitions and Presentations: Finalists will have their projects showcased at SDGC23, both virtually and at the conference venue.
  5. International Prestige: Winners receive a trophy and a winner's badge, along with featuring their project in the SDN case study library.
  6. Media Exposure: Selected winners will be featured in Touchpoint, the International Journal for Service Design.
  7. Team Membership: Winning teams receive a one-year free membership in the Service Design Network.

Don't miss out on these incredible benefits. Submit your project for the Service Design Award today!

Before submitting your entry, share it with someone else working on the project. By involving your collaborators, you can gain fresh perspectives, gather feedback, and refine your submission. Want to maximise your chances of winning? Watch the video featuring Cathy Huang and Catalina Hepp at the SDN Next Gen Conference replay.
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Luis Alt gives important tips to help you win the most coveted Service Design Award!  Let's see how the criteria such as Challenge, Methodology, Outcome, Quality and a Bonus for Doing Good - stack up on each other and what they are all about!
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