Judit is a product and service designer with an engineering background. She has expertise in research, art&tech, and biotech and has been part of the Kitchen Budapest (Kibu) media lab crew in different periods. In 2014, she helped to get Kibu’s Talent Program off the ground and has worked as a mentor for groups of young people to bring their ideas to life. Currently, she is working as a design strategist and consultant for corporate and nonprofit organizations in a participative service design process to develop the desirable service and experiences for their stakeholders. She is also one of the organizers and the lead educator in Hungary’s first service design course, SxD at MOME (Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design). In 2017 she started her Ph.D. project at the Environmental Sciences and Policy Department of the Central European University, where she is investigating the role of design in integrating nature-based solutions to urban environments.
Subjects: Architecture, Business and Management, Design, Environmental Science
Division: Arts and Humanities
Position: Mentor, Module leader