(Video) Design Revolution: Emily Pilloton Talks About Humanitarian Design

(Video) Design Revolution: Emily Pilloton Talks About Humanitarian Design
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Emily Pilloton, founder of Project H Design, seeks to improve the conditions of developing nations through thoughtful design.

Kyle Studstill
  • 21 january 2010

Emily Pilloton, founder of Project H Design, seeks to improve the conditions of developing nations through thoughtful design. Project H conceptualizes intuitive and low-cost products that address the needs specific to impoverished communities with little access to resources. These include adjustable eyeglasses for wearers who cannot afford prescriptions, a grid-based math playground system for active learning, and the HippoRoller water transport device that circumvents the physical strain of carrying water on one’s head.

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