David Wojcik, born in Augsburg in 1989, studied product design at the University of Schwäbisch Gmünd. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 2016. Based on his portfolio, he was chosen as one of five finalists for the “German Design Award Newcomer 2021” distinction and prize money. We are presenting the finalists and their work on ndion.

The German Design Council, acting together with Deutsche Telekom, supports up-and-coming design talent with the German Design Award Newcomer 2021. It connects the finalists at various networking events and the German Design Awards ceremony taking place in 2021.


From David Wojcik’s portfolio

Bloop – reusable medical device

Bloop is a reusable medical device that has been specially developed for use in developing countries where blood supplies are limited.

Bloop collects the patient’s blood, cleans it and gives it back to the patient.

Hebix – mobile standing-up support

Hebix reduces the amount of effort that the helper has to expend to lift the fallen person up by up to 60%.

Hebix is a mobile standing-up support for use in home nursing.

Bio

David Wojcik, born in Augsburg in 1989, studied product design at the University of Schwäbisch Gmünd. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 2016. During his studies, in 2015 he was one of the founders of BOXBOTE LOGISTICS GMBH, a company with 52 employees, where he managed the design department. In 2017 he co-founded the INNOIT Agency, which employs twelve people and where he took on the role of creative director. Another company will follow in 2020: KROOT, which he is also co-founding.

»Bloop«, a medical product that is as simple as it is inexpensive, catches blood emerging from wounds during operations so that it is not lost but instead processed to be available for the patient at a later time. This product even made it into an exhibition at the Museum of Science in London. In addition, David Wojcik has received numerous awards for his work to date.

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