Innovation through Design
Aleksandra (Ola) Kozawska is an award-winning service designer with experience working in consultancies such as Sopra Steria and Fjord, using design tools and human-centered methods in projects within technological and social areas.
In recent years, she has been leading design and digital transformation projects within the financial sector as a Senior Service Designer at BBVA in Madrid, Spain.
Her design education includes University College London (UK), Politecnico di Milano (Italy) and Glasgow School of Art (UK).
Aleksandra has also experience working at the European Astronaut Centre as a designer of basic astronaut training materials and an e-learning course for technical experts. She is also an alumna of the International Space University, Space Studies Program 2019 in Strasbourg where she co-led the “Space for Urban Planning” team project. She is also a member of the SGAC Space Exploration Project Group, and a member of the Polish Space Professionals Association.
She is also a co-organizer of a local chapter of the Service Design Drinks in Madrid and is on the board of advisors for the Gabriel Fahrenheit Scholarship for Polish students abroad.
Most recently, Aleksandra has embarked on an entrepreneurship journey, founding Odis Design Studio, with a mission of using her design expertise to transform the space industry by introducing a more collaborative, human-centred approach to help solve increasingly complex challenges within the space domain.
Her collaborations include companies
D.G. Fahrenheit Scholarship for Polish students abroad
Student Service Design Award Finalist
Finalist at Triennale Milan Design Week
Space for Urban Planning
Team Project, SSP 2019
International Space University
Creating a vision for the future cities on Earth that use space technologies for more sustainable development.
Touchpoint, Designing for the Future
Aligning Future Vision in Large and Diverse Organisations: A mapping tool for vision alignment
GSA & RBS: Future Bank 2025 – According to Generation Y
Project included in the Service Design Award Annual 2017.