Jose Fernando Torres, of Universidad Sergio Arboleda in Colombia, spoke at the Legal Design Lab‘s Law + Design Summit last week, and introduced the Hacking 4 A2J design cards. He made them with the design firm Haptica.
These cards are guidance and provocations for a team looking to improve the justice system, using an agile design process. You can see his wider Hacking 4 A2J movement here — made for law schools and beyond who are interested in leading more experimental, ambitious redesigns of the legal system.
The cards are beautiful and useful — if you are interested in legal design or access to justice, be in contact with Jose!