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Winner - Bronze
Competition: Spark:Spring Student
Designer: YeongUk Choi
Design Type: Health & Medical
Company / Organization / School: Korea Design Membership+
Team Members: Yeonguk Choi, Eunjin Park & Kyoungseo Park
To sum up the handykits, it's easy to find in an emergency, and it's easy for anyone to use in a given order It is the best one-hand emergency kit. It has a minimal and aesthetic appearance that can be placed outside as an object to replace a cupboard in the house or an emergency kit that cannot be found hidden in a corner, and the main touch point is to make it easy for anyone to use. First, you can put it on a desk, table, etc. in the form of an aesthetic cylinder object Therefore, it can be placed anywhere in the house in a noticeable place without feeling uncomfortable. Second, the innovative point is that first aid can be performed in the order of color gradation arranged in each compartment. Third, it is a convenient product for anyone who can embrace users who have injured their hands or are restricted from using it by proposing new ways to solve lids, bandage cuts, and bandages that were difficult to open and apply with one hand.