Blog & Insights
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There are thousands of car designers out there, but what skills do you need to become successful in your craft as a car designer?
The value of design, when utilised properly inside an organisation, is absolutely monumental. But how do you measure it?
Every beginner whose goal it is to make it as an automotive, mobility, or transportation designer will have to ask themselves at which university they should study. That's where this list comes in!
Becoming an automotive designer has greatly changed over the last couple of years. What steps do you need to make and which path do you need to choose to be successful in this great and challenging industry?
Accessibility enables people with disabilities to understand, perceive, contribute to, interact with, and navigate the web.
Awareness of user research is growing and there are many people involved in creating software, digital products or websites who are still largely unaware.
Press Release: 3rd May 2021 - London, UK
Following 2 years of vigorous growth, Konzepthaus Group is excited to open their new UK office, as the next phase of their growth plan kicks off.
Press Release: 6th April 2021 - Munich, Germany
Konzepthaus will be an official curator at this year’s IAA MOBILITY Conference from September 8 to 10, 2021.
I was recently invited to join a panel during the Munich Creative Business Week named “(Re)Thinking Design”. The topic, to discuss the changing role of designers in today’s business world.
It’s that time of year again, when university students are entering the market and Companies are trying to kick-start their budgets off, without having a lot of time to invest in training a rookie.
The inspiration for the article was a question from Laura Fiona Holder in a Slack group for UX designers, of which we are both members. She raised the question around qualitative User interviews that got me thinking.