MA Service Design graduate shortlisted for global award.
MA Service Design graduate Marie Salova has been shortlisted for a Service Design Award 2020.
MA Service Design graduate Marie Salova has been shortlisted for a Service Design Award 2020. The annual international competition is globally recognised and regarded as the most prestigious within the Service Design community.
Competition organisers, the Service Design Network (SDN), said Marie’s shortlisted work is now recognised as ‘an international case study for world-class service design’.
Marie's project 'Low Touch: The Future of Dining Out', focused on how restaurants might redesign their service in response to changing behaviours associated with Covid 19.
Final results will be delivered at this year’s Service Design Global Conference, which is due to take place online later in the year.
The innovative MA Service Design programme at NCAD is the first of its kind on the island of Ireland, and for an NCAD student project to be one of the 10 projects shortlisted globally is a stunning validation of the programmes vision and approach to teaching design.
Congratulations to Marie, and her tutors Dr. Caoimhe McMahon and Brian Gough.
For further information: https://www.service-design-network.org/headlines/service-design-award-2020-the-finalists
See the full ist of finalists: https://www.service-design-network.org/service-design-award-finalists
Link to Marie's case study: https://www.service-design-network.org/community-knowledge/low-touch-the-future-of-dining-out
Find out more about the MA in Service Design and the full range of postgraduate courses at NCAD.