We believe knowledge is best shared and not kept to ourselves

Through continuous interaction with experts from all over the world, we create know-how for our clients. And whenever possible, we share that knowledge: in trainings, in the design tools we create, and by inviting speakers over for a talk.

Training sessions

Design Thinking summer camp
Design Thinking summer camp

A three-day training in Namahn's astonishing Brussels design space.

Mobile Design Training
Mobile Design Training

Hands-on training in which you learn how to design for mobile.

Information Visualisation training
Information Visualisation training

One-day training on using information graphics to visualise data, processes, or concepts.

User Interface Design training
User Interface Design training

One-day training on designing large-screen user interfaces for complex applications.

Control Room Design training
Control Room Design training

One–day training on designing for control rooms with a Human Factors approach.

Service Design training
Service Design training

A practical, interactive training in which you learn how to ensure the design and delivery of optimal digital product-service experiences.

Information Architecture For Sites And Intranets training
Information Architecture For Sites And Intranets training

A practical, interactive one-day training in which you learn how to design, organise and manage excellent web sites and intranets.

Lean UX training
Lean UX training

Half-day training on applying lean techniques to UX design.

Design tools

Paradox cards
Paradox cards

When you are dealing with complex societal problems, Namahn’s paradox cards will help you discover paradoxes and generate ideas for solutions.

Human Drives cards
Human Drives cards

(currently out of stock!)

This card deck is intended as a source of inspiration for ideation and co-design sessions. The cards are a design tool that stimulates you to think about your users and empathise with them.

Service Design Toolkit
Service Design Toolkit

This toolkit is an introduction to the methodology of service design. With a simple step-by-step plan we offer you a practical do-it-yourself guide.

Public Service Design brochure
Public Service Design brochure

Namahn helped Design Flanders to develop a guide for the use of service design in public organisations.

Lectures

Sonia Van Ballaert
Sonia Van Ballaert

Cognitive Computing.

Philippe Vandenbroeck
Philippe Vandenbroeck

Systems thinking for wicked problems.

Andrew Harder
Andrew Harder

Digital transformation in justice.

John Thackara
John Thackara

Big Data: Trust Is Not An Algorithm.

Dustin DiTommaso
Dustin DiTommaso

Gamification.

Frans B. M. de Waal
Frans B. M. de Waal

Morality before religion.

Denis Javaux
Denis Javaux

Control Room Design

Patrick McGowan
Patrick McGowan

Software User Experience — Design, Leadership, and Business - In pursuit of good design and simplicity

Norbert Streitz
Norbert Streitz

Towards the city of the future.

Scott Berkun
Scott Berkun

Growing Ideas In The Garden Of Innovation

Erik Hollnagel
Erik Hollnagel

To Err Is Human: The ETTO Principle

Alex Wright
Alex Wright

The Web That Wasn't.

Chris Johnson
Chris Johnson

Degraded Modes Of Operation As Causes In Rail And Air Accidents

Jean Vanderdonckt
Jean Vanderdonckt

User Interface Description Languages.

Michel Bauwens
Michel Bauwens

P2P: "Counting The Birds"

Yvonne Rogers
Yvonne Rogers

Calm Computing: A Critique

Stephen Payne
Stephen Payne

Models of Tasks, Devices and Activities

Erik Stolterman
Erik Stolterman

Design bit by bit.

Paul Kahn
Paul Kahn

Information architecture of Enterprise Web Space

Nigel Bevan
Nigel Bevan

International usability standards.

Patricia Wright
Patricia Wright

The cognitively congenial interface

Luc Steels
Luc Steels

User-Driven Semiotic Dynamics for Peer-to-Peer Information Exchange

Peter Van Dijck
Peter Van Dijck

Information Architecture and Intranet Development: real-life stories from the trenches

Jan-Christoph Zoels
Jan-Christoph Zoels

Mobile user experience trends

Tom Hewett
Tom Hewett

What you don't know about the human factors of usability can cost you money or even kill somebody (maybe you)!

Louise Ferguson
Louise Ferguson

Ethnography and Design

Jean-luc Doumont
Jean-luc Doumont

Understanding visual communication

William Hudson
William Hudson

User-centred design with use case methods