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Thai Car Wash – clever solutions from Thailand, part 1

In areas where resources are low and technology is scarce, people are often more resourceful than in highly industrialized and ‘developed’ areas. We can learn a lot from these low-cost, simple, effective and often very sustainable solutions. Well… it is a true time-saver, inspired by elephants I guess.

Why crowdsourcing can be a bad idea…

How can you get most designs for the lowest costs? Do crowdsourcing! Go to www.designcrowd.com or to 99designs.com or maybe even better start a design competition and invite as many designers as possible. Surely this will get you truckloads of ideas and designs, right? Welll, will it? This video of TopicSimple explains the downsides and risks of […]

Crowdsourcing image by TopicSimple

Jop’s Week in Tweets 5

Here are last week’s most popular links I shared on Twitter and Facebook about sustainability, (product) design, innovation and marketing. By clicking read more you go to the original articles and webpages. Please be inspired! Open invitation to designers and architects to make a difference: Cambodian Sustainable Housing Competition In partnership with Karuna Cambodia, Habitat for […]

Jop’s week in Tweets 4

It’s been a while, I have been busy working on some great projects that I will soon publish on the website. But I never stopped looking for the latest on innovation and sustainability, and here are some of the most popular links I shared on Twitter:   About innovation and product design We live in a […]

Jop’s Week in Tweets 3

And again I found so much interesting candy on the web. Here are my favourite tweets of the last two weeks.   Sustainable Innovation There were some brilliant posts out there, this one is incredible, make sure you see the entire video: Insane! best #RCA project ever?  – 3D Printing With Just Sun And Sand […]

RCA project

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