NeighborFavor was a project for the Strategic Innovation in Product and Service Design class at SVA fall 2011. I collaborated with Sarah Adams to develop a concept that allowed favor exchange within neighborhoods. Today, a lot of people don't know the names of their own neighbors, and often times the extra hand you might need could be the one of a person next door. The service lets people ask for favors within the neighborhood, and for helping out you earn time credits that serve as the currency in the system. We wanted to emphasis creating relations rather than transactions between people. Collaborations with local vendors were also a part of the business plan, to strengthen the local community.