CIID Projects Honoured by Core77!

Friday, 3rd Jun 2016


We’re proud to announce that, this year, five projects from the 2015 Interaction Design Programme received Core 77 honours — a notable celebration of the richness and brilliance of our talented students! Highlighting the wide reach of CIID’s design process, the recognised projects ranged across categories for Interaction, Service, Built Environment, and Design for Social Impact.

Three projects received Student Runner Up awards:

Eye Conductor by Andreas Refsgaard

Design for Social Impact Award

A musical interface that allows people with physical disabilities to play music through eye movements and facial gestures.

Jam Blocks by Ciarán Duffy

Interaction Award

Musical toys, designed to bring music therapy into the home.

Refugee Text Service by Kåre Magnus Sand Solvåg

Service Design Award

A Digital Information Service for Refugees in coming to Germany, Denmark and Scandinavia, that provides access to information about who they can talk to, what they can expect, and what their options are, depending on their situation. Refugee Text Service continues to be developed in the CIID Nest.

Two projects received Student Notable awards:

City Window by Victoria Hammel, Alejandra Molina, Riccardo Ceresar, and Michael-Owen Liston

Service Design Award

A live-streaming service that allows tourists to experience a short “micro tour”, guided remotely by a local from the place they are visiting.

smART by Victoria Hammel and Gunes Kantaroglu

Built Environment Award

A dynamic data visualisation in the form of an art piece which takes consumption data out of the digital world and brings it out into the physical space of a home to better inform the user.

Congratulations to all of these students. And, the awards are still open — take a minute and vote your favourite project for the Community Choice Prize!