Here are the questions we asked to ourselves after the end of the day:

  1. What did you enjoy the most today?
  2. What would you like to change tomorrow?
  3. Is there something slowing you down?


  • less manic pace (+1)
  • the time to do some documentation work (+1)
  • the speedy co-writing of the prototyping methodology (+1)
  • I hold this university in high regards, I was pretending not to be nervous–I’m proud I have been able to remain calm and to answer everybody’s questions
  • our relaxed presentation style–we can very easily, talk a little bit and hand over, the back and forth
  • I enjoyed the enthusiasm of the students about our presentation at the London School of Economics, our ability to answer and the relevant contacts we’ve been given
  • I enjoyed discovering more about other online survey providers, especially SurveyMonkey which has an offline mode… on paper (for all others, offline = on mobile without internet connection)
  • I enjoyed publishing Reflexions on the field work on the website

To change

  • the enormous todolist pile
  • to develop an elevator pitch to present the project faster (+1)
  • more time to work on the project

Slowing me down

  • distraction because of other projects
  • not enough time