Samuel Huber works as Strategy and Development Lead at Goodpatch Europe. His studies in sociology, economy, management and design led him to the Universities of Zurich, St. Gallen and all the way to Stanford and Tokyo. The fascination for systemic problems, making innovation happen and a curiousness for uncertain situations have provided him with a variety of experiences. He was a founding member of UBS Y, the future think tank of a big financial provider, worked in a New York art gallery, focused on development economics with Biovision and now enjoys his work in interdisciplinary teams to conceptualize and develop anything from compression stockings to electric mobility platforms. In addition to that, he is pursuing a Ph.D. in “Prototyping Strategy” to shed light on the interface of strategy and design in uncertain contexts at “the edge” of technology.
Nadja Müller and Nora Gailer
Storytelling & How To Pitch
Nadja Müller and Nora Gailer use their 10 years of design experience to find the best solutions for and with their partners with co-co-co. The participative sessions and workshops lead to bottom-up innovations and the empowerment of every single person. The circular process of co-think, co-create and co-act creates an interdisciplinary format that is open to all people from different disciplines and produces independent, visionary and critical ideas and solutions. The challenge will be developed together with the stakeholders. In the further process with all participants the two create the right environment to support the participants of the session. The setting, the workshops and the individual accompaniment are the keys to successful co-creation.
Nadja and Nora bring a broad experience from different areas. In in-house, web agencies and large companies as well as in different cultures, the two have deepened and applied their knowledge in participative design, service and interaction design. For five years Nora and Nadja have been working together as a well-established team. In the background they can rely on further Woman-Power by Mona Neubauer, Sonja Böckler and Andrea Kuster, which can be activated if necessary.