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What I learned after working 7 months in a failed early stage startup

1 day ago, for day 112 by Kent de Bruin

Make agreements formal: Always, I repeat always write down some agreements on paper. Of course, should a word be enough but when shit breaks down that doesn’t count anymore. Especially in the beginning will it come very naturally to just take someone's word for a situation. You just start out,...


How cities change because of self-driving cars? (3 of 3)

5 days ago, for day 108 by Kent de Bruin

Cloud kitchens And guess what? Travis Kalanick, ex-CEO, and co-founder of Uber is currently ramping up a new company called CloudKitchens. The man who co-invented the algorithmic ridesharing revolution must know a thing or two about autonomous vehicles. After being pushed out as head of Uber, he is now working...


Takeaway: a case study (2 of n)

1 week ago, for day 100 by Kent de Bruin

I. Understand Because the Design Thinking theory was new to all of us, it took some time before we fully understood the process. Our lack of experience in applying the theory led us to feel a bit overwhelmed since at the beginning we didn’t see it as a set...


Writing Prompt! Design Fiction

2 weeks ago, for day 96 by Kirstine Granzow Larsen

As I've written before I'm currently working on my Master's thesis. I'm in the middle of working with Design Fiction and I need some people (that could be you!) to write some stories. You can use your 300 words for it or take it as a small extra writing task....


A business idea: library-bookstore

2 weeks ago, for day 93 by Ivette Yanez Soria 🚀

It's 20 minutes to midnight. Yes, but I don't want to be a complete ranting. So, for the past two minutes I thought what was the most interesting or productive part of my day and why was it relevant and then I remembered: I was talking about a new business...


Pitch Acaboo

2 weeks ago, for day 93 by Kent de Bruin

Whoever had the problem of procrastination? Let’s be honest, we all faced the situation wherein the last few days before your exam you still had to do all the work. There is no motivation, no incentive to actually open that study book and start studying. And the only time students...


Pitch ASIF: Acaboo

3 weeks ago, for day 92 by Kent de Bruin

*Tomorrow I have to pitch at a startup event here in Amsterdam. It's going to be the first time that I will 'perform' in front of a bigger audience and I am both nervous and really excited. Today I practiced my pitch for some friends and they already gave valuable...


💡Ideapickr: Randomly pick your topic for your writing — entry for Maker Festival

3 weeks ago, for day 92 by Chris Deuda 🚀

When you've been writing and creating content consistently. You really need to ask yourself what you should write about on a daily basis. This is my always dilemma when I've started writing every day. I’ve come up with this idea last January when I start my daily writing practice in...


Able: a modular crypto dashboard (3 of 3)

3 weeks ago, for day 90 by Kent de Bruin

“How can we enable new investors to do the same?” New proposition: With our new research, we formulated a new goal: New crypto users enter the market with no proper understanding of investing. Professional investors raise the probability of good returns by following specific steps. How can we create an...


Able: a modular crypto dashboard (2 of 3)

3 weeks ago, for day 89 by Kent de Bruin

*Prototype: Based on the research we went into prototype mode. We quickly came up with the idea to build a modular crypto dashboard. We thought that the crypto space needed a place where transparency was key. This includes teaching people about operational security, providing them with credible news sources, dedicated...

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