Type of work: Graphic design / service design
Date: January - August 2014
Extent of the projects: From 1 week to 2 months, on-and-off
For eight months — up until I quit to move to London — I was working for MindLab in Copenhagen; a cross-governmental innovation unit which involves citizens and businesses in creating new solutions for the Danish public sector, and society. My role at MindLab was as assistent designer, working part-time to help with design expertise and skills. At that point in time, we were only two designers at MindLab. I mostly worked on designing workshop materials as well as assisted with design in the analysis phase (communicating insights and initial ideas).
During my time at MindLab, I designed a plethora of different workshop materials; from design games to evaluation tools. Over time I also became responsible for the visual communication externally, and adjusted the existing visual identity including workshop materials and presentations so they communicated better and clearer, but also so that design was a visible part of our communication. These are just glimpses of different projects that've been working on.