- How to make your company thrive during a recession?
- The internet’s invisible footprint
- Quest welcomes 4 new changemaking customers
- A Warm Welcome to our New Head of Growth
- Creative collaboration in times of social distancing
As our company continues to grow its impact, so does our team. We are happy to announce our newest addition, Helena De Smedt.
The project topics were so inspiring and educational, like all projects Quest works on, that I left feeling fulfilled knowing my work has a purpose.
Did you know that the internet emits the same amount of greenhouse gases as the entire airline industry? Let’s explain you how that happens and what you can do about it.
We welcome four new changemaking customers: Full Cycle, New Cotton Project, Omina Technologies and Herwin.
We’re very glad to announce that Diana De Schutter will join our ranks as our Head of Growth & B Corp Certification.
Our founder Michael will discuss ‘customer-centric innovation in the circular economy’ at the Spinup Innovation Summit, a virtual conference focussed on enabling the circular economy.
Designers have to design products in such a way that the user can’t make mistakes. Or if something does go wrong, that the negative effect of the error is minimized.
The coronavirus is sadly destined to kill a lot of people and – indirectly – companies all over the world. But how can you make your company thrive during a downturn?
How do we manage to keep our creative process going, organize workshops and continue to have fun at Quest in these times of isolation and social distancing?
Becoming a unicorn is the ultimate dream for a lot of entrepreneurs. But maybe you should consider becoming a zebra instead. Let me explain to you why by looking at 2 examples: Uber and Beyond Meat.
We’re very glad to announce that Kristien Van Wilderode will join our ranks as our brand new Art Director & UX Designer.
Educational, fascinating and fun. That is how I would describe my internship at Quest. In this blog I briefly outline how my internship went and what you can expect from an internship at Quest.
The term “service design” was coined by Lynn Shostack in 1982. But what does it mean and why is it so important?
Read our co-founder Michael’s version of how and why Quest came to be.