City Cart is a walker/cart hybrid designed to help users with mobility issues safely and easily make shopping trips. A finalist in the Mobility category of this year’s Design Challenge, it was created by design students at SF State’s Product Design 2 course.
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Veevo is a compact, in-home workout station which folds out into five different exercises – then folds back into a usable end table. The design team had actually been working on Veevo prior to learning of the Challenge.
Today we’re very proud to announce the twelve finalists of the Stanford Center on Longevity’s third annual Design Challenge. University students from around the world submitted dozens of excellent entries around this year’s theme, “Using Happiness to Optimize Longevity.”
We’re lucky to get incredible design submissions from the best and brightest students from around the world, and overjoyed that several of our past finalists and winners have earned some amazing opportunities for participating in our Design Challenge. Here’s a quick glimpse at some of them…
We’re very proud to announce that a number of renowned Silicon Valley high tech executives and influencers will be helping us judge our 2015-2016 design challenge.
Solutions must be submitted through the Skipso Labs Competition Management Platform. Submissions will be accepted up until December 11th, 2015 at 5:00 pm Pacific Standard Time.
Over $50,000 in prizes, mentorship and sponsored travel to Silicon Valley will be awarded to university students who design new products, tools and services for living longer, fuller lives.
SPAN, the winning project, is a portable structure that provides older adults with a secure platform to get up and down from the ground in a safe and independent manner.
Learn more about the Center on Longevity’s 2014-2015 Design Challenge, “Enabling Personal Mobility Across the Life Span”