During the 4th European Creativity Festival in Barcelona between November 9-11, the Serviceplan DOT Braille Smartwatch campaign was awarded Gold in the Design & Craft and Integration and Innovation categories, and Silver in Interactive & Mobile.
Serviceplan have won more awards for the DOT Braille Smartwatch at the prestigious Art Directors Club of Europe (ADCE) awards. ADCE was created in 1990 with a mission to promote European creativity around the world, and to foster and reward excellence.
The DOT is the world’s first braille Smartwatch, and has the potential to revolutionize the lives of visually impaired people around the world. Created by Serviceplan in partnership with the DOT Corporation, DOT Braille Smartwatch has swept the board at awards ceremonies around the world since its creation including Cannes, CLIO Health Agency of the Year and Epica, winning 8 Grand Prix and 32 Gold and 14 Silver awards to date. DOT was most recently celebrated at the D&AD Impact Awards, where it won 1 White and 2 Graphite pencils.
Alexander Schill, Global Chief Creative Officer, Serviceplan commented: "I’m thrilled that Serviceplan were awarded 2 Gold and 1 Silver at the respected Art Directors’ Club Europe Awards for DOT, The first Braille Smartwatch. DOT was a truly international collaboration between Serviceplan Korea and Serviceplan Innovation Team in Germany with the DOT Corporation, and we are delighted that it has had a truly international host of awards including 8 Grand Prix, 32 Gold and 14 Silver awards so far".