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Project KUMA – a learning and recruitment game for KLM Care Team volunteers

During the second half of 2014 and the first half of 2015 we worked on a project codenamed KUMA. We helped KLM Business Campus understand and explore the potential of game-based learning for the purposes of recruiting and training KLM Care Team volunteers. Care Team supports victims and their next of kin in the case […]

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Week 286

We made some good progress on several projects this week. The big one is Home Rule. Alper and I kicked it off with some planning for the next two weeks. Then we immediately started cracking on things. Alper got a prototyping setup in Unity up and running, including iBeacons integration, and proceeded to do some […]

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Week 285

The best news last week was the go-ahead on SHACHI. We’re excited to start work on that in the new week. Work on the next version of Camparc has started for the STRP biennal. Kars ran a workshop at Berenschot together with Jeroen van Mastright. As research for the workshop I looked to find dilemmas […]

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Week 284

A large chunk of my time this week was taken up with contributing to E-Motive Day, a conference organised by an international network of organisations working on social change of various kinds. We were asked to demo Standing, and talk about our perspective on playful design for activism. People said nice things about both and […]

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Week 282

A large part of this week was taken up by our annual OKR review and subsequent reorientation of OKRs for 2015. An intensive exercise, but seriously worth it. The technique helps us build learning into our tiny organisation, and that’s very valuable. We’ll share some outcomes of this review in a separate blog post soonish. […]

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Week 281

To make the most of the first full workweek of the new year Alper arrived from Berlin to work with me at the Utrecht studio on a number of things. We kicked off our second project with KLM on Wednesday. I went over to “building 600” on Schiphol Noord to share our preliminary ideas for […]

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Week 272

Last week was a fairly quiet week over at the studio. Kars did the delivery for our engagement over at KLM and then got ready to go on holiday to Seoul where he is right now. Bycatch was featured over at Killscreen with a very nice article. I was sick for most of the week […]

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Week 271

These weeknotes are late because of some irregularities in the studio. Kars is currently enjoying a holiday in Seoul while I have been sick for most of the week. Last week was eventful so there are the weeknotes anyway. Last Monday we finally got around to doing our Q3 OKR review with optimistic results. In […]

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Week 270

My week started with the second day of the Asia-Europe Culture Ministers Meeting (ASEM)’s workshop on playful cities. It was a huge pleasure spending two days with talented peers from Europe, many of whom’s work I admire greatly. It was equally great to meet Asian practitioners and hear about the big differences in their local […]

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Week 269

We’re making good progress on Bycatch for which we got a welcome refocusing after a sit-down with Joris. Joris himself was at SPIEL demoing Super Duo a card game of his own so he’s definitely an expert when it comes to this kind of thing. We’ll also have a website online this week through which […]

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