CHANGE PERCEPTION

CHANGE PERCEPTION

Visually yours and Comparable are both looking at change, but the perspectives are fundamentally different. Yet they are linked…

SHINTA’s Quest

SHINTA’s Quest

Lately I have aloud myself to listen more to my gut when it comes to helping people with their thinking. Shinta Oosterwaal is an extra-ordinairilly intuitive system worker, who shares her talent with executives and management teams who need to be brought to a next...

The path to circular leadership

The path to circular leadership

Mildred has been part of my live for a decade now. First as a potential client, then as a challenge to visualise and now after 10 years of conferences and unique leadership meetings as a friend. Last year we collaborated with...

SAMENWERKING & DESIGN THINKING – deel 2/6

SAMENWERKING & DESIGN THINKING – deel 2/6

bron: Meeting Magazine.nl, author Ingrid Rip, CEDVisuals: Dennis Luijer, MSc. www.visuallyyours.nlDesign thinking stond aan de wieg van event design. Ik heb inmiddels een bijna heilig geloof in het goed onderzoeken met een divers team wat nu ?cht waarde toevoegt aan...

book 2 for EDCo

book 2 for EDCo

starting index for book 2 of the event Design Collective Ruud, Roel and myself have started up our creation engines and initiated the coming to being of the second book to support the event industry in the elevation of its perspective. Together with our great Editor...

HEITLAND INNOVATION & VY

HEITLAND INNOVATION & VY

A couple of years back I was in a house with some pretty Extraordinairy people. One of those was my house representative Jens Heitland. Jens has a quite power over him. He listens and lets you talk. A trait not many of us are used to. One of the things we both share...

Event Design Thinking by Ingrid Rip

Event Design Thinking by Ingrid Rip

The Event Design Collective has been growing! The latest Dutch addition is Ingrid Rip, with whom I am working on 5 articles about the use of Design in the Event Industry. You can check out the original article here at Meeting Magazine :...

13 years an engineer

13 years an engineer

a snowy March 6th 2006 - faculty of IDE at DUT 13 years ago [March 6th 2006], i drove down to the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at DUT, set up my working prototype in the van Grinten Hall and held my final thesis talk about LAGOM (an interactive music...

In order to move beyond the mediocre state of affairs we see at most conferences today, the event industry needs to learn one simple principle… “Step back to speed up!”

The go go go mentality of the event game is good for getting things done. In fact it has made the industry what it is today. Bigger and better venues, with better food and lighting… the strength of events lies in organizing them.
But what if getting things done is not good enough anymore? What if the attendance of big events drop, simply because we’ve done them, seen them and have 200 t-shirts and lanyards to show for it. What can you do to re-imagine and innovate the concept of events by spending a little bit more time to think about what they actually are intended for.

This is what the Event Design handbook puts at the center of its own promise. How do you systematically innovate your event? What steps do you take to ask they right questions to the right people? And how can you learn from looking back, forward, in the present and across the border of your own doing. That is the challenge.

We get the right people together to collaborate on innovative concepts and teach them how to translate these new concepts to amazing new experiences!

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