The COVID-19 pandemic is bringing into sharper focus the cultural norms that guide us through life and is providing insights about what a new future might look like.
This year, the Stanford Center on Longevity is challenging university students to design solutions for the post-pandemic future, keeping in mind both how these solutions affect people throughout the life span, and how they can be designed in ways that are accessible to all. They should take into account what we are learning during the pandemic and how it is changing our lives.
Entrants are asked to create a design for a product, service, or program that addresses the challenge topic, "After the Pandemic: Designing the Next Version of Our World."
The deadline for submissions is December 10, 2020.
more: designchallenge.stanford.edu (204)