Take a Breath #4: 23-29 Nov.



From UX Collective: How to encourage inclusive feedback.

Interesting analyses, tips and tools to gather feedback (and insights) from diverse stakeholders, with an emphasis on cognitive pathways and learning styles. Something we develop and implement in the Living Lab.



From The Little Black book: Energy Upgrade Sheds Light on How Californians Have the Power to Harness Clean Energy.

DDB San Francisco has released its latest campaign for Energy Upgrade California - an organisation dedicated to bringing California together to meet the state’s energy goals. Another example of ad for good.



From My Modern Met: Floating Island Parks Will Soon Be Built in Copenhagen Harbor.

Danish design firm Studio Fokstrot and Australian architect Marshall Blecher have designed a series of small floating parks in response to the boom of urban development along the waterfront.



From Medium: Visualizing the Mechanics of Music.

An introduction to Stations, a series of 2-D designs representing information relevant to jazz musicians. «Correspondance» between music, visual arts, scents, movement, concepts is a key research topic at the Lab.


Think and shift...

Omidyar Network.

«Omidyar Network is a social change venture that works to bring about structural changes that will fundamentally shift the systems that govern our daily lives.» Their approaches and methodologies inspire us to develop our system thinking initiative.


Think and shift...

From The European Commission: Commission proposes measures to boost data sharing and support European data spaces.

The proposed Regulation will facilitate data sharing across the EU and between sectors to create wealth for society, increase control and trust of both citizens and companies regarding their data, and offer an alternative European model to data handling practice of major tech platforms.



From OECD: Embracing Innovation in Government - Global Trends 2020.

OPSI and MBRCGI explore how governments are upskilling and investing in people in innovative ways. Leading efforts in this area fall under two key themes: investing in the public as a critical resource; upskilling the public service to unlock the potential of government. Oyez, Oyez, local governments!


Nomad Lab...

From Artist Frida Lunden Mörck: Tillandsia.

Because we LOVE air plants!


Virtual Lab...

From Colossal: Contemporary Elevation Data and Historical Maps Merge in Scott Reinhard’s Digital Works.

An artist inspired by GIS: the power of cross-inspiration!


Virtual Lab...

From Archinect: Refik Anadol to cover Walt Disney Concert Hall with vivid data projections.

Media artist Refik Anadol applied Google Arts and Culture’s machine intelligence to 45 terabytes of data from the digital orchestra archives, which parsed the files into millions of data points that were then re-categorized and, with the help of deep neural networks, made new connections between LA Phil’s «memories».



From The Little Black Book: French Charity La Maison des Femmes Challenges Traditions for Elimination of Violence Against Women.

In honour of International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, director Marie Vinay in collaboration with the charity La Maison des Femmes launches ‘#BeAMan’. A campaign featuring men and questioning the traditional model of virility through education. Inspiring.



From The Harvard Program on Negociation: Teach Your Children How to Resolve Conflicts With This Book.

A good idea for an alternative gift. Because «even little ones should know how to resolve conflicts».



From The OK Government: Unlocking the power of location: The UK’s geospatial strategy.

The policy paper sets out a coordinated approach to unlock economic, social and environmental value from geospatial data.

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