Monthly Archives: October 2016

Reflections from human-centered design research in Uganda; by Lina Aspen

I asked Lina Aspen, industrial designer, to write some reflections following her trip to Uganda where she mapped end-user needs for Picterus.┬áHere is what she wrote: Empathy for the end user and who is really the end user? To make … Continue reading

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“This will be the battle of the century” – City of Amsterdam on Smart Cities

Originally posted on Design Thinking:
During the Annex63 meeting on energy in urban planning in Amsterdam and Leiden, the City of Amsterdam shared some of their experiences and concerns. They have recently gone through an organizational change and say that…

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