be quasi uses design to help people work creatively and to explore how people go about their work.
be quasi is being developed by Tim Miller as a type of design and social analysis called quasi-design.
be quasi activities can work for you. Get in touch to find out more.
Creativity is crucial at home and at work. This activity helps exercise creative muscles. It’s about generating great ideas. It’s about being more imaginative in an ever-changing world.
Social networks increasingly rely on a digital connection. This activity helps create connections in-person. It’s about nurturing networks face-to-face. No screens attached.
Communicating new ideas is crucial. Particularly in a world of other ingenious innovations. This activity explores communicating personal visions with vigour.
Cover-letters often sound as virile as vague. As boastful as boring. This activity helps strike a balance. It explores writing captivating cover-letters guaranteed to elicit responses.
Job interviews often raise questions. How did I sound? Was I convincing? This activity explores telling more entertaining stories to inspire interest in interviews.
Public speaking is a cornerstone of social life. Whether at work or at weddings. This activity explores writing great speeches whilst learning from prominent public speakers.
Presentations always require preparation. This activity is a way to rehearse future presentations. It explores improvisation and encountering the unexpected with confidence.
Dressing to impress is as important in presentations as at parties. This activity explores clothing to complement presentations – whether full-suit or tie-dye t-shirt.
Presentations usually involve bullet-points or pie-charts. This activity considers other imaginative images to increase engagement in presentations.
Slide presentations are common the world over. This activity encourages the use of old school presentation methods to appeal to different audiences.
Team Spirit involves handshakes, high-fives or hugs. This activity explores cultivating camaraderie. It helps develop team spirit between peers.
Small talk often involves the weather or weekends. This activity helps dramatise small talk. It helps people better know each other in video conferences.