Prototypes for Humanity supports graduates working on solutions for a better future. To date, over 1000 innovative projects have taken part in the programme, addressing issues faced by people, communities and the planet.
A restructured plantation for diversity and resilience
A board game to keep unsupervised children safe
German University in Cairo
Cmd+EH is a creative movement to put graphic design at the service of social and environamental challenges.
Health and Well-being
American University of Sharjah
Misconceptions about food preparation and storage, often rooted in tradition, lead to waste and unhealthy habits.
Indus Valley School of Architecture
A children's book for undoing digital addiction
An information campaign for the sign language impaired
Open source production
ECAL, Lausanne University of Art and Design
Customizable smart phone extensions for selfies and spying
A digital mirror for scanning yourself and collaging your guests
Home testing device to monitor the spread of infectious diseases and protect health workers
Underwater toy action camera - for kids
A baby bottle with built-in temperature control
École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle (ENSCI)
A new design to raise awareness of thermal contraception for men