The three designers were graduate students from KAIST, South Korea with a different field of major including Industrial Design and Mechanical Engineering. They gathered with the same interest focused on philanthropic design in order to contribute each individual’s talent for creating a better world. They put strong emphasis on solving serious world problems including educational issues in developing countries by using excessive products as appropriate technology that are not valued by people in developed countries. In addition, they wanted their design to be encouraging sustainable interaction among people from both developed countries and developing countries by motivating them to communicate continuously. Based on these values, Box-Jector, a service design project had an intention of creating a humanitarian social impact in a global aspect.