TEDxBrighton offered an irresistible chance to explore work through a generation filter. What kinds of stories will people share? What differences might reveal themselves? What has been lost and gained in the past fifty years of work? Has work ever given people what they need?
Over the course of a day, attendees took part in our playful experiments, sharing their experiences on these postcards and sticking them on our wall. Each colour represents an age group.
The postcards have been hand bound into a series of books as a physical artefact of the day. They are also available in digital form at peoplewhodo.co.uk
Things you might like to know about People Who Do: We try to understand why work sucks for so many people. We discover what makes it magic for others. Then we invent ways to make it better for everyone. We work four days a week. We make time for the things we love. We love people. We exude enthusiasm. We tell the truth (in a good way). We make lots of mistakes. We listen hard. We pause... We don't work for people we don't like.
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