Hester van Zuthem

Hester van Zuthem works as concept developer at Waag Society. Hester has a background in Design for Interaction (TU Delft) and Design Cultures (VU Amsterdam). She uses the combination of design and design-research to develop products and services that contribute to a more sustainable and healthy society.

Hester started as a graduation intern at Waag Society in November 2013 to complete her education as interaction designer. In her graduation project she did research into ‘community well-being’ and developed a framework to design with and for communities.

Blogposts

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Thursday 13 April 2017

End of March the project 'Applied gaming for a non-smoking generation' started. In this project we develop game elements for young (expectant) mothers in order to help them quit smoking.

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Friday 20 May 2016

We had the opportunity to play the new game WeQu, which recently launched a Kickstarter campaign. How does it work?

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Monday 28 December 2015

On 15 December, there was a first explorative meeting around the theme MakeHealth, a project about the role of Fablabs and DIY making in the context of health and care.

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