The concept of ‘legal design’ is one of the most exciting products of the current period of technological innovation. It merits really serious examination because it seeks to put the user at the centre of any reform. Legal design has been a force for about a decade. Stanford University’s D. School and Legal Design Lab … Continue reading Is ‘User-Centred Legal Design’ a ‘game changer’ for access to justice?
This purpose of this post is to encourage you to consult another. It is written at the suggestion of a reader who has been following up an interest in legal design. She liked an earlier post on general principles. Writing coach Andrea Schlottman reported for a website developer on current logo trends among Fortune 500 … Continue reading Ten questions and answers about corporate logos for non designers
Yesterday was day two of the three day LegalGeek London conference extravaganza. This was the Legal Design day. The venue was different; the numbers smaller; the style more participative; the energy as apparent; the subject as interesting and the value as great. LegalGeek have done us well. The day was crisply organised. We began with … Continue reading LegalDesignGeek: doing it ourselves