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The SCREAM! tool

A problem in the design process of Multidisciplinary Design Teams is the notion of design waste. Design waste happens when parts of the work of the Multidisciplinary Design Team are unavailable for creative reuse. Therefore teams are not able to build upon others work and keep reinventing the wheel. This takes time, creates double work and impedes the creation of better products. We proposed an addition to the SCREAM! approach that will make ‘communicating the process’ with others more effective and subsequently should prevent the waste of design knowledge in the Multidisciplinary Design Teams. 

Modern Energy

Eneco On-The-Go is a service that helps flexible workers stay connected. The service provides green energy solutions that fit the daily flow of on-the-go people and helps them avoid the hassle of ever finding a socket. As battery anxiety becomes a condition that more and more people are suffering from, individuals are in the constant need to stay connected at any expense. Eneco on-the-go makes staying connected easy by finding a solution for mobile dependent users.

DxC: Find Fukuoka

Find Fukuoka is a new form of welcome in the Fukuoka International Terminal. When people arrive at the airport a big yamakasa float statue will welcome them, next to the statue is a big board where you van get a postcard folder and a compact information cards. Each card has a front with information about how to use transport in and around Fukuoka. The back of the card shows an image of an interesting place in Fukuoka. The set consists out of 8 different cards, travelers pick and choose the cards they need and/or want, put them in the postcards folders and they are ready to enjoy Fukuoka!

 

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About 4 years ago from MediaLAB Amsterdam's Twitter via Twitter Web Client

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