Category Archive Design

Contributing article to new book, “Overtaking the Future” – titled “The LEGO Bricks of Digitization are Waiting for You”

Did you know that building digital product or service prototypes is almost as easy as building with LEGO bricks nowadays? It has never been easier and does not require any technical skills. I've written an article on how to get started, titled "The LEGO Bricks of Digitalization are Waiting for You," which is published in […] Read More…

Hosting Sprint:Digital conference in Danish Federation of Industry

This week I had the pleasure of stage-hosting the Sprint Digital 2021 conference: It invited anyone interested in how design can become the key tool in successful digital transformation, to hear of the results of the 3-year Sprint Digital project. Being one of the Danish Design Centre's flagship projects, Sprint Digital, a 3-year effort funded […] Read More…

Contributing article to new book, “This is Distributed Design” – titled “The Ten Key Skills for a Successful Distributed Designer”

The Distributed Design Market Platform is an EU-funded 3-year project which I've contributed work to during my time in Danish Design Centre. Every year the project partners write and publish a book, and I have had the honor to contribute to more of them (co-editing one of them and writing articles for others - see […] Read More…

Co-authoring research publication, “Diving Deep into Corporate Innovation”

Over the course of 6 months in 2020-2021, during my time in Danish Design Centre, I had the pleasure of making a deep plunge into the inner workings of ten corporates to explore with them how innovation works in such large, complex organisations. Concretely, ten innovation leads from large companies such as Ørsted, Konica Minolta, […] Read More…

Strengthening your ethical muscle: Digital Ethics Compass + Getting Tech Right

Over the last few months, I have been privileged to contribute as an advisor to the work by Danish Design Centre and digital consultant Peter Svarre on creating a Digital Ethics Compass, which is a tool suite and learning program to help companies make the right design ethics decisions. Made in collaboration with design studios […] Read More…

CENTRINNO: Rethinking the way cities shape historical industrial sites into locally productive, sustainable and inclusive hubs

As part of my work in Danish Design Centre, I have the pleasure of contributing to a new, large, EU-funded project by the name of CENTRINNO (which is an acronym for 'New CENTRalities in INdustrial areas as engines for inNOvation and urban transformation'). The project aims to develop and demonstrate strategies, approaches and solutions for […] Read More…

The digital ethics compass: How do we develop ethical technology?

As part of my work as Director of Digital & Future Thinking at Danish Design Centre, I have the pleasure of contributing to a highly important effort to try to tackle one of the biggest digital challenges of our time: The global spread of digital technology that in many ways enrich people's lives with more […] Read More…

AI Monday compendium feature

Delighted to be featured as speaker in Taival's excellent #AImonday compendium (go to page 119), which shows how the growing AI Monday event community in the past 2 years has connected 5000+ AI enthusiasts and 170 speakers in 7 cities - including me and Danish Design Centre / Dansk Design Center. Check it out below […] Read More…

New data ecosystem mapping tool

As part of the data challenge that we (Danish Design Centre) have been putting together for Erhvervsstyrelsen (Danish Business Authority) in November and December under the title 'Life Data Challenge', I've had the pleasure of co-developing a new tool that helps non-technical people take part in developing new solutions based on data. We call it […] Read More…

New toolkit for adopting a platform mindset and culture

In Danish Design Centre, where I have the pleasure of working as Director of Digital & Future Thinking, we have been working with the United Nations' Development program (UNDP) during the last year to experiment with redesigning international development work for the "Sustainable Development Goals era". Concretely we have been working with a handful of […] Read More…