The world needs more connection. We need products and services we love, but we also need to love each other and love our planet. But, how do we build a future based on love and connectedness when we are in a present based on fear,...

What is the difference between a company that maximises for revenue and a company that maximises for employee happiness? Although organisations have different purposes and missions, most are built around the same structures, power dynamics and incentive schemes. Whenever a new trend comes in (e.g. remote)...

To understand design for hope, we must know its architecture. To know the architecture, we must feel hope. This experiential workshop uses the skills and knowledge developed in our hobbies and interests to explore hope thru learning and teaching together. By creating a shared space, we can...

Taxonomies have evolved from classification systems to adaptable interactive tools to link users to desired content on websites. Taxonomies are not the same as a website’s navigation and can do a lot more. Taxonomies can provide guiding categories of topics, suggested search terms, aspects for...

Task models are a simple, yet incredibly powerful, design tool. They help us to record user needs in a way that the whole team can work with, all the way from discovery to deployment and beyond. In the UX community, task models have been somewhat...

Global warming and the Paris agreement are forcing all sectors to review their processes in order to achieve the objective of carbon neutrality in three decades time. Digital is no exception to this trend and must also aim for greater sobriety right now. Already, the...

This workshop will focus on Systemic Design, a relatively new methodology that brings together methods from systems thinking and design thinking, in order to tackle complex organisational and social problems. During the workshop, we will introduce the Systemic Design Toolkit, a set of design tools...