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 by inviting speakers over for a talk.
Designing for health: balance your empathy (a digital talk) - Thursday 22 April 2021
The ideas mating season (a digital talk)
Great workshops, great teams (a digital talk)
Designing for security: how to not help attackers (a digital talk)
Learning as a social practice: ideas to increase our range for growth (a digital talk)
Designing better enterprises: a double systems approach (a digital talk)
Data governance by design: a new recipe for our data-driven future (a digital talk)
Data visualization during the COVID-19 pandemic (a digital talk)
Cognitive Computing, and its impact on people's future
Systems thinking for wicked problems: pipe dream or cure-all?
Digital transformation in justice
Big data: trust is not an algorithm
Gamification: hype, hustlers and hope
Morality before religion: empathy, fairness and prosocial primates
Control room design
Software user experience — design, leadership, and business - In pursuit of good design and simplicity
Towards the city of the future: the role of innovative human-computer interaction paradigms
Growing ideas in the garden of innovation
To err is human: the ETTO principle
The Web that wasn't
Degraded modes of operation as causes in rail and air accidents
User interface description languages
P2P: "counting the birds"
Calm computing: a critique
Models of tasks, devices and activities
Design bit by bit
Information architecture of enterprise web space
International standards for HCI and usability
The cognitively congenial interface
User-driven semiotic dynamics for peer-to-peer information exchange
Information architecture and intranet development: real-life stories from the trenches
Mobile user experience trends
What you don't know about the human factors of usability can cost you money or even kill somebody (maybe you)!
Ethnography and design
Understanding visual communication
User-centred design with use case methods