The future of design

I know of two industries where we’ve started to refer to humans as users: software and drugs. It tells you a lot about user-centric design these days. Starting with good intentions, user-centric design has morphed into something that leverages the understanding of human psychology to make us addicted to (software) solutions. It has reduced humans […]

From work-life balance to work-life harmony

How about we get rid of the term work-life balance? It implies that work and life are somehow two separate silos that need to balanced out. Simply put, work is assumed to drain your batteries whereas life is there to recharge them. It doesn’t have to be that way. Work can be so much more. […]