Our Common Project 🌏 gathers thought-leaders across design, innovation, tech and business to set the new agenda of Design to Improve Life.
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Index 4.0

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The next-gen designer

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Reimagining design

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17.11
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Regenerative design

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Human first, designer second

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Design vs tech

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18.11
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The virtuous circle of universal design

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Futures within design

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We award, teach and invest in design for a better future, what we call Design to Improve Life.
Meet our Index Award 2021 winners
Meet our Index Award 2021 winners
The Index Award biennale — often referred to as the 'Nobel Prize of Design' celebrates the world's most impactful and iconic designs. From tiny tools that diagnose disease to environmental moonshots saving our most vulnerable ecosystems.
Truepic
Restoring truth and trust online
OUI
The next sexual revolution is hormone-free
Algorithmic Justice League
Shifting societies with an accountable AI
Flash Forest
Saving our collective home, 100,000 trees at a time
LUNARK
Our first home on the moon
BIOHM
Growing the world of tomorrow with mycelium
We've gone beyond award giving to investing
Find out how we work as a connector between game-changing solutions and purposeful capital
Each award cycle we receive hundreds, sometimes thousands, of nominations, which are boiled down to just five winners. While we believe it's important to celebrate the best, we don't believe impact should stop there. Get to know how we invest in ground-breaking solutions from The Index Award pipeline.
Dive into our community: the latest news, opinions, events and more
🌏 Our Common Project 🌏
Join us to set the new agenda of Design to Improve Life!
📚 Education: Teaching design thinking in STEM
How The Index Project and Siemens Stiftung are disseminating design thinking across the globe
📣 News: A change in leadership
Kjersti Lund becomes our new Chair of the Board and we welcome Lisbet Thyge Frandsen
Join the Design to Improve Life (DtIL) movement
Learn how to solve real-world problems with our certified methodology and design thinking tools
Facilitaded by our DtIL experts, we offer workshops for educators and business professionals, both on- and offline. Whether you're looking for a quick sparring session or a deep dive into design thinking, we've got you covered. Learn more.