Stefania Passera of Aalto University has posted a report on the Legal Design Jam held at KU Leuven, 4 April 2014.
Here are excerpts from the post:
The first Belgian Legal Design Jam has been organized on 4th April, in beautiful and ancient Leuven. The Jam was hosted at KU Leuven by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT (ICRI) and it was aimed at providing the students of the LLM Research Master in Law (KU Leuven and Tilburg University) with a hands-on experience of how design thinking and doing can be applied to make legal texts more user-friendly.
Scope of the Jam and results
Team “User-friendly summary”
The team thought of a visual user-friendly summary inspired by Microsoft’s tiles motiv. In their proposal, they suggest that every topic in the summary works as a link to the relevant text. […]
For more details, images, and excerpts of the final result, please see the complete post.