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blog | Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Download PSS for Dummies here. You’re no dummy, but there’s something about Product Service Systems (PSSs) that makes you feel like one. Understandably! Unlike today’s generation of digital natives, you didn’t grow up in a world where every kid managed a social... ›› read more
blog | Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Delft University of Technology features an organization called the ‘Delft Institute of Positive Design.' This institute is the brainchild of Pieter Desmet, full professor at Delft University. The Institute, which is run by a group of researchers, aims to initiate and... ›› read more
blog | Monday, June 8, 2015
We are extremely happy to announce Project Network has been nominated for the 2015 Dutch Design Award (DDA) in the Design Research category. This smart phone application, developed for the Parnassia Group, aims to help people rebuild their social network during periods of... ›› read more
blog | Monday, May 11, 2015
What do you answer people who wonder what you do for a living? At first I would say that I am an interaction designer, after all I graduated from the DFI department, which stands for Design for Interaction. Within the Delft Technical University community people understand... ›› read more
blog | Sunday, May 3, 2015
Yesterday at the GGZ+ Tech festival we were awarded the second prize for best innovation in the domain of mental healthcare for Project Network! This smart phone application, developed for the Parnassia Group, aims to help people rebuild their social network during periods... ›› read more
blog | Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Foto: Mirte Ruesen Youth Food Movement Four years ago I graduated on a toy for pigs in the intensive framing industry. Starting this project I was completely blank to the subject. The only pig I ever met was the one of the petting zoo. And so my adventure began. In a short... ›› read more
blog | Monday, February 23, 2015
You study graphic design at the Willem de Kooning Academy. What made you apply for a position at Reframing Studio? I don’t really think in terms of boundaries between design professions. I try to focus on the more innovative frontiers of the profession, I see myself more... ›› read more
blog | Thursday, February 19, 2015
Inducing people to think about the past or future versus the present enhances self-reported meaning in life, through the generation of more meaningful events. This was stated in a recent study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Mental... ›› read more
blog | Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Your application for a position with Reframing Studio came with a CV featuring not one, not even two but three BA studies; Anthropology, Aesthetics and Industrial Design… Are you a wondering soul, roaming the face of the earth in search of your place under the stars? As... ›› read more
blog | Monday, February 9, 2015
Two new interns joined our team for the coming six months, Bram and Ingrid. Ingrid Fløgstad is a Norwegian design student from Oslo School of Architecture and Design, with a bachelors degree in Anthropology. Her drive is to put the knowledge gained through anthropological... ›› read more

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