DBA Design Effectiveness Award winner ‘Calm Harm’ on BBC World Service
We are delighted to hear that Gold award winners at last week’s DBA Design Effectiveness Awards, Stem4 and HMA, have been featured by reporter Richard Hamilton on BBC World Service for their incredible developments with life-saving app Calm Harm.
If you missed the live report you can tune in below and hear about the difference being made to teenagers like India, who uses the app, and from Dr Nihara Krause, founder and CEO of stem4, the charity behind the app. Find out more about the Calm Harm in our article here.
DBA Design Effectiveness Awards
The annual DBA Design Effectiveness Awards are both prestigious and authoritative, covering the broad spectrum of the design industry by measuring entries against their own design brief metrics and not against each other.
By integrating business aims and objectives from the start of the partnership, you set the stage for a transparent and accountable relationship between client and designer that provides the best creative and commercial environment for success. Award-winning case studies serve to demonstrate the excellent value for money and return on investment that a coherent, well-thought-out and professionally executed design strategy can achieve.
Find out more and read previous winning case studies at effectivedesign.org.uk
The deadline for entries this year will be 25 October 2019. Register your interest today to receive the entry pack when it is launched.