In Cantonese, dim-sum means ‘touch heart’.

Dim-sum facilitates change while touching hearts.

We gain insights and design strategies in collaboration with the people that make them work

Selected work

Currently in Amsterdam -

Working on:

a brand manifesto for an educational institution

Listening to:

Loyle Carner – Not Waving, But Drowning

Watching:

Devil’s Pie: D’Angelo – Made by Carine Bijlsma

Reading:

Het Grote Gevecht – Jeroen Smit

Latest from our journal

Strategist Tom Dorresteijn on creative collaboration
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dim-sum ways of working
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Lecturer Futures Research Tessa Cramer — on futures thinking
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dim-sum discoveries #1
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