Design Release

Design Release

Design Release featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Jinaga

This system allows people with disabilities, such as the disabled and the elderly, to pass through the subway ticket gate without a card tag. Just by carrying this small device, the door opens automatically when you pass through the ticket gate, and you can pass through naturally. This system recognizes without malfunction as a car smart key method. It is currently being implemented in some subways in Korea. With the attachable system module, you can easily upgrade a regular ticket gate to a smart pass ticket gate, and all information such as fare tally is transmitted to the control room.

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HilfePunkt

Migrating entails grappling with unfamiliar rules, especially without language knowledge. Hilfe Punkt serves as a guiding light, simplifying the path of newcomers by providing different services such as getting appointments and receiving informational updates. Tailored for diverse groups, it breaks language barriers, offering native language support for clear communication with authorities. Crucially, it tailors information based on users' locations. Our mission is swift adaptation, empowering seamless integration.

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Olive

Olive is a wiki site that gathers and shares practical knowledge during a disaster. The project was named Olive, derived from the letter O (an emblem of the Japanese national flag) + Live (to live on). Ideas were quickly gathered with help from worldwide, on how to build necessities to survive in affected areas without the supplies. It achieved over one million page views within three weeks. It is still expanding today as a database of disaster countermeasures using collective intelligence.

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Green Challenge 365

This product is an interactive calendar developed to protect forests. The target is people of all ages who are interested in the environment, and it consists of one calendar, a leaf-shaped seal, and a green ink pad. Users will have the opportunity to put a leaf-shaped stamp on the calendar once a day for every time they save on wood disposables. As the user actively participates in saving, the tree in the calendar grows richer and turns green. After one year, the tree in the calendar symbolically shows the fruits of conscience and thrift harvested by the participants during the year.

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Command Z

The book is divided into pre, mid, and post-stages. These three stages also apply to the various stages of Alzheimer's disease. Different design approaches are used in different stages. Combining tracing paper, a very fragile material, at an early stage can show the vulnerability of people with Alzheimer's disease. The temperature sensitive ink are combined with text in the mid-stage. When one places one's hand on it, writing appears. In the late stages, the book is combined with fire. Burned paper is irreparable, as is the patient's ability to remember at this stage.

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Gatorade x Go Rigo

Recently, Gatorade collaborated with Go Rigo Go! to create an enticing new offer for its consumers: an exclusive clothing line and sports accessories available for a limited time only and supporting a social cause. Proceeds from the sale of Gatorade x Go Rigo Go! benefitted the Los Yarumos Cycling School, located in the northern area of the Department of Antioquia.

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