Tag Archives: expert review

Design Transitions

A new book that features our work was recently launched: ‘Design Transitions’ by Joyce Yee, Emma Jefferies and Lauren Tan. This book presents a series of stories on how design is changing around the world. From small practices to vast corporations, the renowned to the lesser known: the authors collected the stories of people working at the fringes of the traditional disciplines of design. They have interviewed people in 12 countries around the world, who represent 3 different communities: design agencies, organisations embedding design, and design academics. STBY is one of these agencies. Design Transitions is published by BIS Publishers […]

User-Centered Design across development stages

For the University of Amsterdam STBY facilitated a series of workshops with students, lecturers and system operators to inform the iterative development of its new Electronic Learning System (ELO).

FORUM

For the Dutch Institute for Multicultural Development FORUM, a highly acclaimed knowledge base on diversity, we have completed a two-step research project informing the evaluation and innovation of their service delivery. We interviewed a wide sample of their targetmarket across The Netherlands

(Un)common Ground

(Un)common Ground is an international research network exploring the practice of creative, cross-sector collaborations. Case studies of state-of-the-art projects on the crossroads of design, technology, business, science, arts and education are scrutinised in expert meetings and publications to uncover what characterises creative innovation.

NWO-MES

NWO is the Dutch national council for scientific research. NWO-MES is the department that funds research on Society and the Electronic Highway. STBY did an expert review of their website and advised on improvements to the information architecture and overall online communication concept. The revisions were implemented in close collaboration with the website coordinators. (Den Haag, 2003)