Be Open, Be Incomplete — SDGC day 2, closing —

The last keynote of the two-day conference was different from all other presentations. Designer/artist Dominic Wilcox presented projects and works full of wit and interest devised to bring out creativity from the audience. He created objects out of unneeded articles collected in flea markets, exhibiting them at his “Lost and Found Office of Oddities” and […]

Between Agile and Broad Viewpoints– SDGC day 2 —

On the second day of the conference I attended a session focusing on the topic of agile. The attraction for me was two of Amsterdam’s noted service design agencies coming onstage. Agile as a business environment, and effective ways to create service design in that environment was discussed through different examples. Geke van Dijik from […]

Welcoming spring

Throughout Japan, many schools, businesses and government agencies are all welcoming new members to their organizations. The traditional red and white decoration waiting for tomorrow’s ceremony symbolizes expectations and concerns of those who welcome.