What’s the longest you’ve had to wait for something? Was it even worth waiting for? This simple idea, rooted in human behaviour is so impactful because it makes you think about what really matters. Since c. 2008, I’ve had an idea that you could use tech to facilitate organ donation. Not in a sinister black market… Continue reading Waiting

Making Profit and a Difference

“Everytime you spend money you’re casting a vote for the kind of world you want”. – Anna Lappe The investment industry is changing. Sustainable investment is the fastest growing segment of the investment industry –  and its worth 3 trillion dollars.  Audrey Choi makes a compelling case about why we should ‘vote’ with our investment… Continue reading Making Profit and a Difference


“There’s this really smart scientist guy who said that people can learn a lot from dogs. He said that when someone you love walks through the door, even if it’s five times a day you should go totally insane with joy”.  For the next seven minutes do nothing but watch this film. It’s beautiful.

Friday Finds

Here’s a random selection of things I’ve come across this week. 1. A player powered football pitch. The first of its kind, the pitch is based in Brazil and harnesses player’s energy whilst they play, lighting the pitch at night. The inaugural match was played this week.  2. New York Standards Manual. A project on Kickstart created by Pentagrammers… Continue reading Friday Finds

Time Machines: Daniel Weil and the art of design

Time Machines: Daniel Weil and the art of design, curated by Martina Margetts is currently showing the Design Museum and is well worth a visit. Marcus Field, critic for the Evening Standard writes, “every design exhibition should be as thoughtful and engaging as this one”. Daniel Weil is a designer, maker, thinker, teacher – and much more. After his arrival… Continue reading Time Machines: Daniel Weil and the art of design