Random (and hopefully useful) thoughts at the intersection of Design, IT, Psychology, and Business.

Enable individuals over systems

Individuals make the difference. Systems and processes don’t innovate, or break out of the box, or strive for excellence. Individuals do. They stay back late when they don’t have to. They work around rules and bureaucracies to excel. They make things happen because...

Over-reliance on data impedes innovation

Insights derived from gathered data are inherently rooted in the past. Gathered data reflects what has already happened. Acting on these insights is inherently reactive. We are reacting to what had already happened. In an fairly unchanging, operationalised...

Visualising antidepressants

Here is a series of visuals I sketched in response to several discussions about depression and the effect of antidepressants. These are visualisations of shared anecdotal experiences only and should be read as such. In a non-depressed person (normal as in...

00189 Block

An office, apartment, or mixed-use tower block. The wedge-shaped lower block creates two angular plazas on both main faces of the building. The semicircular elements was initially conceived as balconies. But looking at the scale, they are probably more reasonably cast...

An exercise in non-differentiation

It must be really difficult to stand out in the clothing business these days. Or the marketing department/advertising company have given up trying in this case. “Woman Man Kids” as a tagline? Seriously? They are not even trying. Or are they actually selling women,...

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