Judit Boros is a product and service designer from an engineering background with expertise in user research and concept development for art&tech and biotech projects. Her practice also involves strategic design consultation for service/business development for various organizations, stretching from large service providers to start-ups or NGOs. She has been involved in diverse design education activities, and she is currently running the Service Design Expert course at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME).
She started her Ph.D. project in 2017 at the Environmental Sciences and Policy Department of the Central European University, to investigate the role of design in integrating nature-based solutions (NBS) to urban environments. With her thesis work, she is joining the NATURVATION research program that seeks to understand the effects and implications of NBS to specific urban challenges and unlock the potential of NBS for sustainable urban development. She is interested both in the theoretic and practical aspects of applying transition design to urban sustainability challenges.
Qualification (academic degrees)
- MSc in Product-Service-System design (2012), Politecnico di Milano, Italy
- BSc in Industrial product design (2009), Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary