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On October 27, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. ET, SVIP is hosting a virtual community engagement to present the Stage 1 finalists for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Trusted User Interface (UI) Digital Wallets Challenge and kick off the second stage of the prize challenge.
The prize finalists will present their UI and user experience (UX) designs and receive feedback from the standards community to prepare for Stage 2 of the challenge. Experts from the government and standards community will provide insight into application integration and standards-based Digital Wallet implementations.
The event is hosted by the S&T Silicon Valley Innovation Program.
Space is limited, so register soon!
About the Prize Challenge
DHS Components are moving to digitize issuance and storage of paper-based credentials to enhance security and prevent forgery and counterfeiting. S&T is calling upon the community to design the UI and UX for an end-to-end credentialing system (Digital Wallet). The total prize is $25,000 to be awarded in two stages. Three finalists will be selected at the end of Stage 1, and each will receive $5,000 and the opportunity to share their work at the event. At the end of Stage 2, one of the three Stage 1 finalists will be awarded the grand prize of an additional $10,000. Designers will have until October 15, 2020, to submit their UI/UX designs. Find out more about the Digital Wallets Challenge on the S&T Prize Competition page.