Author Archives: Thomas Binder, KADK

Stand up for Democracy

  Democracy cannot be taken for granted. As fellow design researchers professor Ezio Manzini and professor Victor Margolin write in an open letter to the design community: We are in difficult and dangerous times. For many years, we lived in

Stand up for Democracy

  Democracy cannot be taken for granted. As fellow design researchers professor Ezio Manzini and professor Victor Margolin write in an open letter to the design community: We are in difficult and dangerous times. For many years, we lived in

Book launch: Co-conuts: fresh views on co-design

  Join us Thursday April 27, at 16:00 in CODE, room 90.3.15 at KADK, when we celebrate that the first year MA students in Codesign have published the book: Co-conuts: fresh views on co-design Co-conuts takes the reader on a

Book launch: Co-conuts: fresh views on co-design

  Join us Thursday April 27, at 16:00 in CODE, room 90.3.15 at KADK, when we celebrate that the first year MA students in Codesign have published the book: Co-conuts: fresh views on co-design Co-conuts takes the reader on a

Co-Design, Leapfrog and Imagination

seminar with Leon Cruickshank on Wednesday, March 8, 11:00 -12:00 in CODE, room 90.3.15 at KADK. Leon Cruickshank will talk about the approach to co-design he has been developing with his team that involved the co-design of structures, resources and

Co-Design, Leapfrog and Imagination

seminar with Leon Cruickshank on Wednesday, March 8, 11:00 -12:00 in CODE, room 90.3.15 at KADK. Leon Cruickshank will talk about the approach to co-design he has been developing with his team that involved the co-design of structures, resources and

The first question is: What do we want?

seminar with Shana Agid on Friday March 3, 2pm – 4pm at CODE, KADK building 90, room 90.3.15 In a rapidly shifting political, social, and geographic landscape, what are the stakes of designing with people? How do we articulate them

The first question is: What do we want?

seminar with Shana Agid on Friday March 3, 2pm – 4pm at CODE, KADK building 90, room 90.3.15 In a rapidly shifting political, social, and geographic landscape, what are the stakes of designing with people? How do we articulate them

New faces in CODE after a dramatic fall at KADK

It has been a dramatic fall with severe budget cuts at our school, resulting in among many other things, the putting on hold of our codesign master program, and the need to say goodbye to many of our colleagues at

New faces in CODE after a dramatic fall at KADK

It has been a dramatic fall with severe budget cuts at our school, resulting in among many other things, the putting on hold of our codesign master program, and the need to say goodbye to many of our colleagues at

Capturing conversations

Seminar with Daniel Charny: Monday, 30.1, 14-16 at CODE, KADK 90.3.15 Both in design and design research many of us struggle with how to balance the doing of design experiments with the readings, conversations and sometimes writings that are essential

Capturing conversations

Seminar with Daniel Charny: Monday, 30.1, 14-16 at CODE, KADK 90.3.15 Both in design and design research many of us struggle with how to balance the doing of design experiments with the readings, conversations and sometimes writings that are essential

Dear CODE followers: From Copenhagen to London (and back again); some of what I learned when tackling service design with a co-design background

I guess, on some level, it’s human nature. When you leave one thing for another, it’s very difficult to not constantly compare and contrast. You notice the similarities and spot the differences even when that isn’t your intention. As some

Dear CODE followers: From Copenhagen to London (and back again); some of what I learned when tackling service design with a co-design background

I guess, on some level, it’s human nature. When you leave one thing for another, it’s very difficult to not constantly compare and contrast. You notice the similarities and spot the differences even when that isn’t your intention. As some