J. Walter Thompson, Dentsu Inc Tokyo and Grey Bangladesh all win Product Design Lions

Toouchable Ink.jpgJ. Walter Thompson Thailand has won a Product Design Lion for Samsung Electronics and Thai Association of the Blind's "Touchable Ink" campaign. Dentsu Inc Tokyo also win a Product Design Lion for Kokuyo's "Nameless Paints" as do Grey Bangladesh for Grameen Ingel Social Business's "Zero Electricty Cooler".

540 entries were received for Product Design and 11 Lions were awarded. The Grand Prix went to "Jacquard" for Google, by Google Creative Lab, London. "To a product designer, material is everything and Jacquard allows us to dream up solutions in nearly every segment of our industry, from medical design to furniture and even social and environmental sustainability," said Jury President, Amina Horozic, Lead Industrial Designer, fuseproject.

VIEW THE PRODUCT DESIGN WINNERS: Product Design Lions.xlsx

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