Alina Karl recently graduated after interning at frog Design and collaborating with them for her Bachelor thesis "Human Aging in Experience Design". For her thesis, Karl developed a convergent product that enables people in later life to store actions they frequently use on physical NFC tags. It supports seniors to solve difficulties in their daily lives independently by assessing the tags in situations they experience age-related limitations. This project has been honored with "Universal Design Expert Award" by Universal Design Institute during an Exhibition at Munich Creative Business Week.
This month she joined Frolic Studio, a small studio in Amsterdam, focussing on interconnected products for social and environmental impact. Those two experiences helped Karl to gain more profound knowledge in Inclusive Design.
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