Teams from our masters programmes in Design for Services, Design Ethnography and Product Design worked with two clients: Nile a user experience and service design company and WithScotland an organisation for people involved in child protection, to understand and communicate their key messages.
The project ran for four weeks with masterclasses from Philip Joe, UX at Microsoft Consulting, visualiser Christine Kingsley, digital engagement specialist Abhay Adhikari and a transatlantic introduction to information hierarchies from Professor Terry Irwin, Head of the Design School at Carnegie Mellon. Nile and WithScotland gave the teams constructive feedback throughout the project, resulting in an impressive standard of communication materials for use use on and offline. Two teams of students will be joining the clients for placements in the next few months.
Winning Teams Announced
Nile selected Team 7: Joyce Lee, Laura Malan, Nelly Trakidou, Wen Qiu and Chengchen Zhang and would like to offer a placement for all team members for in April for 5 days to take the video into production. Until then the video is being kept under wraps.
Still from winning video.
WithScotland selected Team 2: Alina Achiricioaei, Ying Zhang, Claire England, Ewan Tu and Fernando Galdino Pedron and would like to offer them a placement – details to be confirmed.
This video was developed for WithScotland.org as part the the Strategic Information Design module by Masters students at the DJCAD – University of Dundee. The whole process is described at our blog – http://sidteam2.wordpress.com.
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