Master in Interaction Design students win the RSA Student Design Awards
Shreepriya and Andrea Bottia Master in Interaction Design students win the RSA Student Design Awards – NatWest section.
The jury was very impressed with the project on Fair Finance for All, and after a skype interview awarded the prize.
Students explored design or redesign as a way for people who are financially excluded to be better served by banks and other money management services.
The Well Income Service, is a service solution which offers digital financial education and access to refugees in Europe throughout different stages of their journey cycle, according to their needs at a particular time.
The RSA Student Design Awards is a global curriculum and annual competition for higher education students and recent graduates run by the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce). Each year the Awards challenge emerging designers to tackle a range of design briefs focused on pressing social, environmental and economic issues.
During the award ceremony that will take place in London on 27th June, Shreepriya and Andrea will receive cash prizes of 1500 pounds.