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HUMAN BY WONDERLAND #26
A newsletter about design and creativity, and how they contribute to a better world.
Hello, and welcome to our quarter-century, with Edition #26 of HUMAN
For you today, we’ve got:
An update on our hiring process, amended during our B Corp application.
A Dutch Design Week update and our looming SDD talk!
Our usual internet round-up, from interior design to boob barcodes.
The spectacular 3D designs of Auckland-based designer, Daniel Sian.
As part of our road to B Corp journey we’ve updated our hiring process, developing it as a team to account for the fluid nature of Wonderland, and our growing and shifting range of demographics and world views. As we evolve, so too does our hiring process, ensuring that the experience remains inclusive, well-rounded and equitable.
Dutch Design Week: 7 Days and Counting
Invited by our friends at Dutch Digital Design, the Wonderland Sustainable Digital Design team will be heading to Dutch Design Week 2022, where we’ll be talking all-things sustainability and the digital world.
Be sure to come down and hear us speak and say hi! As you know, we love meeting new people and hearing about their own sustainable digital design journeys or answering questions about our process from inception to today.
We’ll be speaking on 28.10.22 at 17:00, at Fifth NRE Terrein in Eindhoven.
An AI system can now help users with interior design, sin interior designer.
Check the 2022 Imagine 2200: Climate Fiction for Future Ancestors submissions
Asics shifted the conversation around exercise to prioritise mental health.
Ever wondered about so-called Green NFT’s? This article might help decipher it.
Asda encouraged shoppers to perform a real ‘self-checkout’ with boob barcodes.
Hanna Ritchie’s reimagining of pessimism, in favour of optimism.
North Face is taking a new approach to circular design.
Beware the shady business of black market verified accounts.
Struggling to remember CPR? Snapchat has you covered.
Ever been curious about ‘solar kitchens,’ we might have some insights for you.
Toxic workplaces are bad for mental and physical Health
Designer Gleb Kuznetsov always amazes us with his futuristic, motion-driven approach to design. Explore more of his works here and enjoy!
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