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Reading tips from 2018

The books and stories I liked most are about long term thinking and taking a long view. How to be sustainable on all axes. People, profit, planet.

All four books are very honest, discussing mistakes, lessons and luck. How staying close to key principles – and open to others – help to build great companies.

Om’s blog is great, and this is a great interview with Brunello Cucinelli, the king of cashmere on quality and long term thinking

Yale’s Most Popular Class Ever: Happiness this is a sign of the times.

The Leading Design Slack, started by Andy Budd. There are so many valuable discussions happening here.

2018 was the year I spend more time in different Slack groups then on social networks. I closed my Facebook account and I’m thinking about doing the same with Instagram.

I still love Twitter and make a lot of pictures. I have put some on VSCO

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The shift or roles and responsibilities for designers @ UX Riga 2018

Had a great time giving a talk at the UX Riga conference on how roles and responsibilities for designers are shifting.

As the (digital) experience is becoming a ‘system’ challenge we move towards different ways of working and involving more people into the design process.

This has its effect on the skills designers need. Shifting from makers to change makers.

Great event, lovely city, wonderful people.