This interview was published on the website of the World Justice Project. Nóra Al Haider is an interdisciplinary legal (LL.B & LL.M) researcher based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Her work combines the fields of law, tech, data science, and design to find efficient and human-centered solutions for complex problems. In her recent design installation, What isContinue reading “Data, Design, and Rule of Law: Q&A with Nóra Al Haider”
The question of how to visualize legal data in a more understandable and accessible way has been on my mind for a while. In June I had the opportunity to explore this question more in depth. I ended up creating a design and art installation with the objective of letting people explore the topic ofContinue reading “WHAT IS LAW? (BABY DON’T HURT ME): A DESIGN INSTALLATION”
Level 1: Introduction Video games and law are two words that you would not expect to read in a sentence. However, in my work I love to combine seemingly unrelated fields. In this case there is more crossover than you would expect. The rise of online multiplayer games exacerbated a problem that was always ever-presentContinue reading “Trading Places: Legal Design in Reporting Systems of Online Multiplayer Video Games”
Here are a couple of visual notes I took on the topic of logic reasoning and in particular, reasoning in design-thinking. The notes are based on an academic paper written by Kees Dorst titled ‘the core of design thinking and its application’. Hopefully these notes can be of use for any students, scholars or othersContinue reading “Reasoning in Design-Thinking”
I was honored to be chosen to present at the first Legal Design meet up in the Netherlands. The topic of my presentation was ‘Legal Design in Legal Research’.
In my previous article I described the process of developing a legal tech tool that is applied to an existing platform. I created a bot that is automatically prompted to reply when a Reddit user is considering getting a divorce. If you would like to read more about the bot click here. The Reddit divorceContinue reading “REDDIT DIVORCE BOT PART II: THE DIVORCE MAP”
I wrote and illustrated an article about the Legal Design Summit for the Stanford Legal Design + Innovation Medium publication. Click here to read it.
This research project mapped out the Chinese petition system with the help of design-thinking.