Making Connections Count Contest Ended

Discover the results of the Making Connections Count contest


Resume of the contest

Help disabled and elderly people become an asset to society thanks to connected car technologies.

Imagine new connected car solutions that help disabled and elderly overcome visual, auditory, cognitive, and motor abilities impairments to legally operate a personal vehicle and achieve interdependency in their communities.

Presentations with visuals and text, 5 pages max in PDF

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3 Winners 48 Contributors 61 Media Accepted 26 Countries 8 Languages

Brand is confidential

Thank you all for putting yourselves in the shoes of our intended users and offering up such powerful, creative and hopeful ideas for a better future. The eyeka community is a very mighty thing.

Jury's Prize Winners

Selection by the brand

thechulun #1 Prize
thechulun 170,430 Creative Score
  • Graphic Design
  • Video
  • Illustration
  • Animation
  • Creative Writing

#1 Prize of €4,000

Thanks to eYeka and sponsors for helping me contribute to society through my idea. I'll be very happy to see one day my idea is applied and make many people, especially those with disabilities enjoy their social life.

A truly empowering and compassionate idea for those in need. Exemplary representation of positive interdependence and cooperative society. Congratulations on the win!

The brand
veravashtext #2 Prize
veravashtext 17,740 Creative Score
  • Graphic Design
  • Video
  • Creative Writing
  • Script Writing

#2 Prize of €1,500

A compelling application of the living-apart-together concept in mobility. Thank you for the thought provoking idea!

The brand
gi_leiva #3 Prize
gi_leiva 423,010 Creative Score
  • Graphic Design
  • Creative Writing
  • Label & Package Design
  • Script Writing

#3 Prize of €500

A unique approach to extend one's personal freedom and bring peace of mind to loved ones in tough times. Fantastic work!

The brand

Making Connections Count community

Meet all the creative contributors for the contest

48 Contributors