Shortlist Announcement

We are delighted to announce the finalists of the Service Design Award 2016!

Among one hundred projects, 13 projects from professionals and 5 projects from students have been shortlisted. The shortlisted works will be: 

 

Shortlist of Professional Entries in 2016
Shortlist of Students Entries in 2016

The international Service Design Award Jury will have the second Jury session to decide the winners. The Award ceremony will take place at the Service Design Global Conference  in Amsterdam, on  October 27th. All the professional finalists will be invited to prepare a pecha kucha  presentation to showcase their project, in case of winning the Award, at the conference stage on  October 28th. The nominates will receive further information individually via email.

 

Thanks for all submissions!  We wish good luck to all our finalists.

 

www.service-design-award.com 

* The venue for the Award Ceremony & Winners' presentation.

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