Project H Design at Greener Gadgets Conference!
If you want to see some truly innovative greener gadgets up close and personal, come by the Project H Design booth at next week’s Greener Gadgets Conference. The clever and socially-responsible BOGO flashlight, XO Laptop (One Laptop Per Child), and kinetic devices by Freeplay will be on display for you to check out, all under the umbrella of Project H Design, a charitable organization promoting humanitarian-focused product design, founded by Inhabitat’s Managing Editor, Emily Pilloton.
If you haven’t registered for the conference yet, there’s no time like the present! Register here and be sure to come by the Project H Design booth for more info on the organization and these great products.
Featured products include the BOGO solar flashlight, which was founded on a buy-one-give-one business plan that delivers the lights to you, and communities in need. The XO Laptop will also be on display, whose technology designer, Mary Lou Jepsen, is one of the day’s speakers.
For more info or to register for the conference, check out all the details here>>>
About Project H Design:
Product design initiatives for Humanity, Habitats, Health, and Happiness.
Project H Design is a charitable organization that supports, inspires, and delivers life-improving humanitarian product design solutions to global communities in need. We champion industrial design as a tool to address social issues, a vehicle for global life improvement, and a catalyst for individual and community empowerment.
Project H Design encourages the reorientation of the design industry towards a more socially-based and humanitarian entity through three core efforts:
- Support: Provide an online index resource of innovative and socially-oriented products both existing and in development, designers, and organizations currently engaged in humanitarian-based industrial design initiatives.
- Inspire: Host case-study based competitions to facilitate the collection, discussion, and production of life-improving products that address global issues (i.e. education, health, water sanitation, etc).
- Deliver: Work with communities to assess their needs, connect them to designers, design to their context, and fund and deliver new or existing product solutions.
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