Congratulations to IIT Institute of Design students Thomas Brandenburg, Paula Falco, Xinli Lin, and Paul Sheetz for their winning work on the Wine Project. Their work has been selected for the 2015 Interaction Awards Shortlist.
The Wine Project provides consumers with improved search in a more holistic way; link past, present, and future purchasing and social experiences into the process. It is an outcome of Anijo Punnen Mathew's Communication Design Workshop, now moving to the next round of the 2015 Interaction Awards, where they will evaluate projects during the Jury Weekend, November 22-23, at CIID in Copenhagen, Denmark. Up to five finalist projects will be selected per category and announced on December 1, 2015.
Winners will be determined at the Interaction15 Conference on February 11, 2015. Read the Interaction Awards official announcement to learn more.
Anijo Punnen Mathew
Communication Design Workshop