‘unser Fundament’ is the story of Ali*Mal’s drawing installation made for this year’s Tag des Offenen Denkmals. The art work is intimately intertwined with its location, the archeological site of Petriplatz, and is discussed in the context of Berlin’s history of community-development and destruction in Berlin.
The way we use and provide data is defining the digital economy. But the balance has shifted towards the big guns (Facebook, Apple, Google) who own the majority of data, and in Germany the whole discussion is only about privacy. I would like to propose a framework for how we can use and share our data in a beneficial way.
What does it mean to be educated? With facts available after a quick online search, how can we ensure that we are educating for the future? Traditional curriculum focused on facts, topics and skills no longer prepares students for a world where critical and problem-solving thinkers are needed. I’ll share how a curriculum that is concept-based offers learning that requires… Read More
This is a call to action for UX designers to consider the privacy and security implications of their work. From websites to apps to IoT applications, the risks to preserving privacy are an opportunity for design leadership.
With a projected 9 billion people on planet earth by 2050, many assert that the only way to feed this many people is through ever more sophisticated biotechnology and intricate machinery. Joseph Simcox is one person who knows food unlike any other. A world food plant ecologist, Joseph has traveled the world on more than 350 expeditions, tracking down, recording… Read More
Games have been with us for centuries, from those that emulate battles like Chess and Risk, to the intricate mysteries of Go. In the past decades the world of boardgames has growing in popularity, breaking into the mainstream with games like Catan. However the industry is generally staunchly traditional in the way it produces and markets its ideas. Until recently. In… Read More