Lego Calendar by Vitamins Design

Lego Calendar by Vitamins Design

By Venanzio Figliolino

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Lego Calendar by Vitamins Design

Very clever use of legos and technology for implementing a visual management solution for the office. I like the elegance of the implementation and their implicit understanding of visual management. They highlight that the solution is “neat and tidy” and the importance of having tactile feedback.

The goal is to have a physical tool that synchronises with an online tool (in this case Google Calendar). The solution is semi-automatic for the moment (it requires taking a manual picture each time the board changes) but one can easily envision a webcam doing auto updates if this works out. Good work by this young design studio based in London that seems to be highly innovative.

vitaminsdesign.com_lego_calendar

http://vitaminsdesign.com/projects/lego-calendar/

Thanks @geertdecang and @eidrien for sending this in





Original: http://www.xqa.com.ar/visualmanagement/2013/10/lego-calendar-by-vitamins-design/
By: Xavier Quesada Allue
Posted: October 2, 2013, 10:55 am

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Venanzio Figliolino

Founder of Lean Six Sigma University - seeking for new challenge

Management engineer with 15+ years of experiences in multinational companies, employed in different roles but with common goals: Continuos Improvement, processes standardization, processes optimization and cost reduction.
I'm trainer and consultant about Lean & Six Sigma methodologies, I love to help organizations to improve their performances in terms of times/costs/defects/spaces reductions.
I love to experiment new approaches to comunicate, for transfering the information and not just for their transmission .
I founded Lean Six Sigma University & Community, two synergic projects developed for creating a common place where learn and divulgate knowledges about Lean and Six Sigma methodologies applied to different ambits.
The application of Lean & Six Sigma methods are not simply methods learned and applied, this is a cultural change.