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Week 304

Niels, Alper and Kars discussing project SHACHI

Yes, we work hard. But we man­age to enjoy our­selves as well, as you can tell from the nice pho­to above tak­en by Tim dur­ing a rare occa­sion: All of project SHACHI’s team phys­i­cal­ly cop­re­sent in our Utrecht studio.

Alper was in NL to run project KOKO­RO’s first work­shop togeth­er with me. We spent a full morn­ing with the client and var­i­ous experts map­ping a new prod­uct idea using engage­ment loops. It was very fruitful.

We will be playtest­ing a new ver­sion of SHACHI soon, so the team spent a week pol­ish­ing, while I main­ly con­cerned myself mak­ing sure all prepa­ra­tions for the test were made in time.

Halfway through the week Alper head­ed back to Berlin with a fresh batch of Bycatch copies in tow.

Mean­while, I did plan­ning work on the first design sprint for KOKORO and also for project TEDASUKE: We’ll be kick­ing this one off soon with a work­shop as well, but focused on map­ping user journeys.

Final­ly, I pub­lished a blog post on our work togeth­er with Rein­wardt Acad­e­my on play­ful design for muse­um exhi­bi­tions.

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