Digital Literacy becomes increasingly important. We talk about it even more since the pandemic. Still the topic remains blurry and poorly explained. Here is my attempt to bring clarity.

#1 Understand and use Information

Technology is even more crucial in times of uncertainty when a pandemic forcefully digitalises our society — to satisfy social needs and help.

Image by Julia M Cameron, Pexels — exploring new ways to use technology in times of isolation
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We rarely appreciate young people as social actors and collaborators. This is how to rethink the age gap in our current system.

At a glance

A thought experiment to use traditional business methods with children, students and adults.

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Why it makes sense to make business methods child-friendly

Three principles for impact adventurers to enrich your experiences with purpose — and a vision about playgrounds for creative destruction.

A research on unconventional personas and environments to tackle complex problems of our digital age - by combining methods and thinking from arts, business and entrepreneurship.

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Arts, Business and Entrepreneurship (ABE)

Services and hybrid offerings become the core of our economy and society. Let’s rethink how Technology, Design and Strategy together create more unique services and positive experiences for a new generation of business thinking and living.

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Hybrid Thinking is the ability to integrate different ways of thinking and jump between. It’s social impact be immensely disruptive.

Sascha Bardua

Creative Technologist at Taikonauten in Berlin. Passionate about preparing children for the digital world while playing outside.

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