Portfolio

Legal Design Summit: Diving Beneath The Surface | An in depth analysis and recap of the 2019 Legal Design Summit in Helsinki with illustrations, photos, diagrams and animations. | 2020 |

Data, Design, and Rule of Law: Q&A with Nóra Al Haider | I was interviewed by the World Justice Project about my ‘What is Law? (Baby don’t hurt me)’ design installation. | 2019 |

What is Law? (Baby don’t hurt me): a design installation | This project sheds light on justice systems around the world by visualizing the World Justice Project’s Rule of Law Index. It lets viewers reflect on (rule of) law in an accessible way. The installation was showcased at Acud studio in Berlin and the Finnish Bar Association in Helsinki. | 2019/2020 |

Trading Places: Legal Design in Reporting Systems of Online Multiplayer Video Games | This comparative legal research project explores the possibilities of transplanting mechanisms from online video games into the legal system.  | 2019 |

The Reddit Divorce Bot | Rapid prototyping a bot that provides information on divorce on the social media platform Reddit. | 2018 |

The Reddit Divorce Bot Map | Rapid prototyping an interactive map that the Reddit bot uses to provide information on divorce on the social media platform Reddit. | 2018 |

The Legal Design Summit Recap: Uncharted Territory | An illustrated recap of the 2017 Legal Design Summit in Helsinki. | 2018 |

Data Mining Rule of Law in Hungary | This research project explored the possibilities of gaining insight into Rule of Law in Hungary by data mining Twitter. | 2017 |

Mapping out the Chinese Petition System | This research project mapped out the Chinese Petition System and created user-journeys to pinpoint the knots in the system. | 2017 |

Godforsaken Women | This research project mapped out the rights of ethno-religious minority women on an international, state and local level. | 2017 |

Snippets

A small snippet about Reasoning in Design-Thinking

A small snippet about the importance of recycling in legal innovation