Muna Daud is a multidisciplinary designer, engineer & medical researcher with a social entrepreneurship mindset and a passion for products and services that will impact people's lives. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering and Electrical Engineering from George Washington University in 2020. Since then, she has been working as a system design engineer in Washington D.C. before pursuing an MA/MSc in Innovation Design Engineering run by both the Royal College of Art and Imperial College London. Through her projects, she bridges the gap between the technical aspects of healthcare and the human-centered design principles that ensure accessibility and inclusivity; Seamlessly blending design research, engineering, and user experience to create holistic solutions that are both functional and user-friendly.
- MA/MSc Innovation Design Engineering - Royal College of Art and Imperial College London (2021-2023)
- B.S Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering- The George Washington University (2016-2020)
- Finalist 'Grand Challenge 2022' by RCA: Vaquita, VR immersive product that provides a new way to experience ocean species up close for the conservation of the world's most endangered species.
- Shortlisted 'VCC 2023': Creative & Consumer Track' by Imperial Enterprise Lab with Dailya, a low-tech period-pain relief underwear.
- The curve, 2022- Superform Chair Project
- The Meta-totem,2022- Gizmo Project
- Vaquita,2022- Grand Challenge Project