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Inspiration platform by and for Industrial Design students at the Eindhoven University of Technology.

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Inspiration platform by and for Industrial Design students at the Eindhoven University of Technology.

    Takeaway #4 | The Picnic Problem

    Takeaway #4 | The Picnic Problem

    After weeks of rain, the sun is finally out. But with this nice weather come new design problems to fix, namely problems that arise during a picnic. How do you keep your drink from spilling on the uneven grass?! Yvonne and Jori discuss the solution their professors came up with.

    https://unid-magazine.nl/takeaway-4-the-picnic-problem/

    • 22 min
    Takeaway #3 | The coffee ritual problem

    Takeaway #3 | The coffee ritual problem

    In this episode of Takeaway, Yvonne and Jori discuss coffee rituals and not being able to go out and have a coffee somewhere. They discuss the problem with two professors, Kristina Andersen and Lu Yen.

    • 18 min
    Takeaway #2 | The plastic packaging problem

    Takeaway #2 | The plastic packaging problem

    In this second episode of Takeaway, Yvonne presents her struggle with plastic packaging. Do you also always tear off the little lip before the foil comes off? Then you know exactly what her struggle is. We turn to Maarten and Daniel for advice to overcome this terrible problem in our lives.

    https://unid-magazine.nl/takeaway-2-the-plastic-packaging-problem/

    • 19 min
    Takeaway #1 | The wet umbrella problem

    Takeaway #1 | The wet umbrella problem

    In this first episode of Takeaway, Jori and Yvonne discuss their struggles with wet umbrellas. They get help from Bart Hengevelt and Carine Lallemand to solve this week's design challenge.

    Takeaway is the new podcast show by UNID. Every month we bring you a fun new episode where we tackle a design problem we encounter in everyday life.

    • 13 min
    Finding meaning in your work and life with Erik Roebroek

    Finding meaning in your work and life with Erik Roebroek

    Do you need more coffee on Mondays? Then this podcast is for you.

    Why did former TU/e student Erik Roebroek move from working as an Engineer for Vanderlande, to founding Meaningful Work. He helps people to rethink their careers: from focus on profit and growth towards added value and employee happiness and from classical boring offices towards engaged and inspired work environments.
    Erik gave the Studium Generale workshop Student happiness in Corona times when Lockdown 1 was in full swing. Through the Teams session back in June Erik told us he could not give us the perfect recipe for meaningful work on a piece of paper. That is why we went to Strijp-S to meet him in person.

    That is a joke btw. There is no clear recipe for meaningful work.

    For more information see www.meaningfulwork.eu

    Credits
    Hosted and Produced by: Jori van der Kolk & Bas Vink
    Guest: Erik Roebroek
    Produced by: Jori van der Kolk

    Image resources: Erik Roebroek

    • 24 min
    Filtered By Design | UNID from HOME #3

    Filtered By Design | UNID from HOME #3

    From the first of June, you are required to wear a facemask if you use public transport in the Netherlands. Until last week the Dutch government and RIVM, the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment advised against wearing a facemask. Due to the easing of the intelligent lockdown, face masks are accepted and even demanded in some situations.

    But wearing a face mask might feel weird and people might look at you differently. In today’s podcast, Yvonne and Jori discuss the current situation around face masks in The Netherlands and they share 3 experts, in the field of design, who started their own initiatives to make better facemasks. Medical masks as well as masks for the rest of society.

    Cover image provided by: The FashionFilter
    https://unid-magazine.nl/filtered-by-design-unid-from-home-3/

    • 11 min

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