In his 2010 TEDTalk, Alan Siegel called for a simple, sensible redesign of legal paperwork — to make it intelligible to the rest of us. Here’s one of the redesigned documents he showed: a sample credit card agreement which is easy to understand and, dare we say, pretty?
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Leyla Acaroglu aims to make people think about how the choices they make on a daily basis affect the environment. And she aims to make thinking about this fun. In today’s TED Talk, Acaroglu turns her attention to four bits of “environmental folklore,” like the idea that it’s more environmentally sound to opt for the paper […]
By Annette Heuser Eight months after my talk at TEDGlobal 2013, much progress has been made on the International Non-profit Credit Rating Agency (INCRA) concept. The progress, however, has not been in the credit rating agency world itself, which is slow to change, despite strong criticism from political officials and, occasionally, the media. You may […]