Two ZHdK-related projects were honored at the Gender Design Award "iphiGenia" 2023. Trends & Identity professor Bitten Stetter wins with her project "finally" in the category "Evolution". "Finally" enables the autonomous, individual and life-like design of one's own health journey and advocates for a new human-centered health dialogue and a new dying culture. Thus, "finally" enriches hospital and care settings with emphatic and communicative design.
Also receiving awards were industrial design alumnae Ava Toyloy and Eileen Good for their graduate project "RE-ACT." Wearables measure a person's stress level and react as soon as they feel distressed or threatened. The jury of the "international Gender Design Network" (iGDN) honors five outstanding scientific and practical gender design works.