GenderDesignAward winners

#iphi2021 Evolution: Jessica Walsh

In the category "Evolution" we honour Jessica Walsh (New York, USA) and her agency "&Walsh", which is dedicated to comprehensive gender-sensitive design and the creative empowerment of women and non-binary people: andwalsh.com Jury statement: "Jessica Walsh is not...

#iphi2021 Revolution: SUPERRR Lab

In the "Revolution" category, the iphi 2021 goes to SUPERRR Lab (Berlin, Germany), a laboratory and community working in the field of digitisation and technology that pushes forward visions and projects and challenges existing paradigms with the aim of creating a...

iphi2021 Volition: Laura Haensler

The "Volition" young talent award goes to Laura Haensler for her project “Chips & Cheats”, which takes a close look at our eating behaviour and its gender-specific coding. (Zurich University of the Arts, Switzerland / Master Trends & Identity):...

#iphi2021 Volition: Marie Dietze

A young talent "Volition" award goes to Marie Dietze for her work "Assembling Fragments - Exploring Feminist Modes of Hacking through Design", which was produced as part of her Master's degree at the Potsdam University of Applied Sciences and her work in the Critical...

#iphi2021 Volition: Hannah Witte

Hannah Witte receives the "Volition" young talent award for her book Typohacks, which was written as part of her bachelor thesis at the Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen and will be published by form Verlag later this year with the support of the...

#iphi2019 Volition: Rora Blue

The Volition young talent award goes to the US-based new genres artist Rora Blue (San Francisco, California) Jury Statement: “The jury honours Rora Blue’s work for the provocative and easily understandable visualisation and dissemination of collective sexist...

#iphi2019 Revolution: Seba Ali

In the Revolution category, the iphi 2019 goes to the IMAGINE Workshop and Concert Series, a project directed by Dr. Seba Ali, Lebanese American University (Beirut) Jury Statement: “As part of the IMAGINE workshop and concert series at the Lebanese American University...

#iphi2019 Evolution: Gabriel Maher

In the Evolution category, the jury honours Gabriel Maher’s (Eindhoven) comprehensive work on gender identity in design Jury Statement: “Gabriel Maher focuses on gender (identity) in design, an issue that is still widely neglected. Uncompromisingly and consistently,...

#2018 Volition: Not a Muse

#iphi2018 Volition “The award winners respond to the very much male-dominated design discourse by presenting an excellently designed publication that provides the hitherto missing female perspective. They thus impressively communicate women in graphic design as...

#iphi2018 Revolution: A Women’s thing

#iphi2018 Revolution “A tacit critique in itself, its evoking design displays an alternative to the norm, proposing a poetic and stupendous revolution that will certainly be seen and heard.” From its straightforward title to its heterogeneous and non-hierarchical...