Lies joined our team in October as a UX/UI designer and we already can’t imagine what Superlab would be without her. With 3 years of experience at Boondoggle and a passion for design, she’s currently working on projects for Isabel Group, Infrabel and Twizzit.
Today, we also had a wonderful surprise as Saint Pauwels came along. So we guess there were no naughty labrats this year?
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Over the last few years new methodologies like Eric Ries’ Lean Startup, Jake Knapp’s Design Sprints or Tim Brown’s Design Thinking, have opened up a new perspective on the process of innovation. But if the only thing you do with it, is replace the old buzzwords with the new, you’re missing the point. You cannot think your way out of a design challenge. There are no shortcuts developing stuff that matters.
Five years ago, I started working as a Project Manager in an advertising agency of 200 people. Today I work at Superlab, a boutique design studio. And yet, my job is pretty much the same, no matter the size of the company. Here’s how we run our projects, some of the tools we use and one secret ingredient.
At Superlab our tagline is We make stuff that matters. But what does that even mean?
At Superlab we're all constantly looking for new inspiration and bits of interesting knowledge to fuel our creative and strategical minds. And what better way to do so than listening to podcasts? That's why we wanted to share our list of favorite podcasts with you. Enjoy!
We work in the sweet spot for innovation, somewhere between strategy, design and technology. Of these areas, technology is certainly the one that evolves the fastest and most often. That is why we decided to spend a day each month to get some hands-on experience.
Moving out. Again. After 9 months in our office at Kaai16 we had to find something bigger. Again. And we found it in Zonhoven. That’s right, Zonhoven. Or Sunny Gardens if you will.
Screens have taken over our lives. They’re in our pockets, our cars, our homes and our offices. We check our phones over 150 times a day, responding to the addictive buzzes and rings from our apps. But as technology evolves, so should our ways to interact with them.