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Lucas Olivari and Ricardo Kim — Buenos Aires, Argentina

The idea was not only to build a good-looking interface, but to use it to give users a new perspective of the country’s original population. Through the app, users can choose quotes, activities or data in a timeline, all of which help to set a much-skewed record straight.

Two young designers, Lucas Olivari and Ricardo Kim, have developed an app that aims to enlighten viewers about the discrimination suffered by Argentina’s aboriginal inhabitants, a history that is little known to most. By going way back into Argentinian history, they have dug out the true story about these often forgotten people and helped to rectify some of the negative myths about them.

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