Featured Startup: MiniMiles

Minimiles is an app that enables children aged 6-10 to be more active and engaged in traveling with their families. Child-specific information and a playful interactive format helps both parents and children have a more enjoyable time traveling together and lets venues promote their key attractions. Currently travel research and planning is a fairly adult […]

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Featured Startup: Remories

Remories is an app for making young people with Asperger’s more confident, independent and socially active throughout their youth. Remories is a companion and narrative calendar tool that stores positive memories of people’s experiences. These memories help them remember why situations turned out well, and support and guide them when they encounter situations of a […]

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Featured Startup: Manufacture Scandinavia

Manufacture Scandinavia is a new organization to support innovation and growth in the clothing industry by bringing local manufacturing and jobs back to Scandinavia. Manufacture Scandinavia is first an information resource to bring together Scandinavia clothing designers and local manufacturers and stimulate a virtuous circle of joint working. Secondly, working at a multi-local level, it provides the practical ‘glue’ that facilitates […]

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Featured Startup: The Exposed

The Exposed is a publishing platform for young artists exploring the boundaries of their medium. The aim is to cross media and to forge a stronger connection between print and technology to improve on traditional publishing methods, as well as to improve the reading experience. Through a web platform a selection of works from emerging […]

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Featured Startup: GripHint

A tool that helps children and adults with learning disabilities teach themselves to write. Statistically, every classroom is likely to have at least one student with a learning disability. Low confidence and dependence on constant personal guidance create hurdles for these students as they learn to write, and for the teachers who help them. Disabled […]

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Featured Startup: Line
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Products and services that make living with Type 1 diabetes easier. Line is a healthcare design studio founded by Sara Krugman and Ian Jorgensen, two veteran interaction designers who are also living with Type 1 diabetes. Now headquartered in San Francisco, Line has brought several medical devices and software services successfully to market, all based […]

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Featured Startup: PicSnip

A new way of taking and sharing pictures that captures the moment, not just the image. PicSnip is a perfect example of how design for an underserved population can lead to a product with universal appeal. Originally developed by co-founder Shamik Ray as a student project at CIID, PicSnip grew out of a desire to […]

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