#1 My design should help you to build a better world Why should we design something that harms other people and the world we live in? Why should we design something that creates waste and makes people sick? Why not design something that helps to save or even creates resources and helps to cure people… Continue reading 3 rules to work with me
I sensitise others to be open and without prejudice, but I am full of intolerance and prejudices myself.
My beliefs were shaped by the people that surrounded me and the experiences I had in my early life. Some were very helpful and some proved less helpful for my later life. Although it takes some time and practice, I am glad I managed to change the following.
Today is the 12th of July! It’s time again to join the blogger tradition and document a random day with 12 photos. It’s Tuesday and I work from home today.
When working with stakeholders who are experts in their field, I sometimes experience some anxiety when I use plain language to describe their work: Will this sound less professional? Does plain language describe the complexity and hard work behind it?
Today, on the 12th of June, I document the day with 12 photos. I sit in the train on my way back to Germany, where I indulge in happy and divers memories of the last 5 energising days, represented by the colourful artisanal pralines I bought in Bruges for my husband.
It’s the 12th of May. I join the bloggers’ tradition and document the day with 12 photos. Half of the year has almost passed. Will I look back to this year with a feeling of joy, gratitude and accomplishment?
If you could create a city you would love to live in – how would it look like? Hans Fechtel and his companions had a vision for their city.
April has been a month of big (and small) emotions. On the photo, it’s Judith, leader of the Content Society, who got emotional when we gave her flowers as a gift for the wonderful community she has created. The photo represents the emotional rollercoaster I had been through during this month.