DBS Facilities Reporting Tool

DBS Facilities Reporting Tool

Want to report a fault in office facilities? DBS employees can do so in three easy steps after the revamp of its employee workspace facilities reporting tool. Optimised for use on mobile phones, the log-in process has been streamlined. Staff data is pre-populated, making the process easier and faster. Adoption of this tool has since increased by over 100%.
Between Two Worlds – Light to Night Festival 2020

Between Two Worlds – Light to Night Festival 2020

Quarter means four. And in @quarters.sg, they undergird Design, Research, Community, and Craft in everything they do.
SINGAPO人: Discovering Chinese Singaporean Culture

SINGAPO人: Discovering Chinese Singaporean Culture

With an RFID wristband, visitors can express their opinions, vote for their cultural favourites and play games at this interactive exhibition which uncovers the complexity beneath Chinese Singaporean culture and identity. At the end, they will receive a personalised snapshot of their cultural footprint with recommendations for cultural experiences beyond the exhibition.
DBS Giving Tree

DBS Giving Tree

Recognising the considerable waste generated from holiday festivities, DBS came up with this Christmas decoration to give back to the planet. Made with upcycled wood from used shipping pallets, the trees were repurposed as Chinese New Year decorations and thereafter as fixtures in the DBS Treasures Lounge at Changi Airport Terminal 3. Decorations were also made entirely from sustainable materials.
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Singapore Design Award (SDA)

Singapore Design Award (SDA)

The Singapore Design Awards (SDA) was conceived in 1988. Launched by then PM, Mr Lee Kuan Yew, at the first Singapore International Design Forum* to recognise and honour outstanding design practitioners and design students.
Hunger for Supper that Sparked Scratchbac

Hunger for Supper that Sparked Scratchbac

Cheryl, one of the co-founders of Scratchbac shares about her motivation and inspiration behind the ground-up project.
“Dumpster Diving” to Recycle Right

“Dumpster Diving” to Recycle Right

Tommy from STUCK Design is following his passion for solving problems through his sustainable designs.
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