++ Nominees Announced ➜ 18 July ++ Be the Next Winner ➜ How to Enter

++ Nominees Announced ➜ 18 July ++ Be the Next Winner ➜ How to Enter

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Meet the New Talent Winners

In this Talent Track Jaime Delclaux Rodriguez-Rey, Timm Klotz and Brenda Son will walk us through their award-winning projects.

About the Projects:

Helping Teachers Integrate Refugee Students is a digital application that assists teachers in trauma healing, academic disparity and inclusion at immigration-receiving schools. The main goal is to give teachers a plan to effectively measure how to approach, what to teach, and how to teach immigrant and refugee students in their classrooms. This helps address the disruption in education caused by current wars and political instability worldwide.

Blok.it - Shaping Neighbourhoods Together enables young people to actively shape their neighborhoods. Through a mobile app and a gamified 3D experience users can share their needs into council agendas for transparent decision-making. Users can digitally place their wishes and visually experience their influence. By seamlessly connecting residents and decision-makers, blok.it elevates democratic participation, offering an accessible experience that celebrates the influence of young voices in our communities.

Kudo - The cutest way to fight climate change is an app tailored for Gen Z, offering a unique way to tackle climate change through daily, manageable actions alongside a virtual pet companion. It's designed to reduce climate anxiety by turning overwhelming challenges into engaging, bite-sized missions. Users can personalize their experience and gradually build sustainable habits. Ideal for young adults and teens, Kudo reimagines climate action as a fun, empowering journey, fostering positive relationships with sustainability.

About the Format:

Talent Track: Award Winners presents outstanding projects from the New Talent award category. The format, live interactive presentations followed by a Q&A session, offers a behind-the-scenes look at award-winning projects and shines a spotlight on some of the most promising “young guns” in experience design.

Presented by International Design Center Berlin (IDZ)

Speaker

Jaime Delclaux Rodriguez-Rey

Helping Teachers Integrate Refugee Students

Timm Klotz

Blok.it - Shaping neighborhoods together

Brenda Son

Kudo - The cutest way to fight climate change