CBBC cross-media consumption

Together with London-based innovation consultancy Radarstation, we worked on an ethnographic research for CBBC, exploring the cross-platform media consumption of 7 and 8 year old children. We used highly visual and engaging probes to facilitate lively conversations with the children about their routines and preferences in media consumption. The results from this research were used to compile a set of personas that inform the production and commissioning of new formats for internet and tv. This study helps CBBC to find inspiration beyond traditional demographics-based marketing profiles. (UK, 2008)

Exploring Remote Teamwork

Over the past decade, as more digital tools have become available for remote collaboration, and more organisations have embraced flexible working, teamworkers…

Exploring listening experiences

Stations, the new app introduced by Spotify in the US, offers a radio-like listening experience for users who don’t tend to curate their own playlists and listen …

Speculative design with MSF

In collaboration with our Indian REACH partner Quicksand, we helped Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) to rethink their role as a global organisation within the future…

Collaborative R&D Labs

What Design Can Do and STBY have recently tried out a new format for bringing professionals together to develop their thinking and practices around complex societal…

Supporting the energy transition

As part of a large scale national program to transition the use of energy in the Netherlands from natural gas to electricity, the Dutch government is eager to learn…

Exhibiting Chiefs of Waste at DDW 2019

The installation Chiefs of Waste, by Shay Raviv and Dorota Gazy from STBY, presents a global investigation delving into the ever-changing worlds of waste pickers…