Projects

Brahmaputra morphology

The banks of the Brahmaputra River shift by up to 300m each year due to erosion. Here we used satellite images to visualise these changes in this dynamic river. Developed working at IHE Delft using the Google Earth Engine . Satellite images give...

Common good game

We often talk about doing things in the interest of the "common good". But is there a vision of the "common good" that everyone agrees with? And what would this vision look like? I worked with the Shell strategy team to design a game to help answer...

Fresh fruit and vegetable supply serious game

January 2018 – present In the UK, we enjoy a year-round supply of fresh fruit and vegetables from here and abroad. However, much of it comes from water-stressed regions, including East Anglia and South Africa. Therefore, the fresh fruit and...

River Basin Game

River Basin Game The River Basin Game was developed by Bruce Lankford as a tool for working with farmers in regions with upstream-downstream water conflicts in Africa. The game consists of a river basin with a town and irrigable areas laid out along...
Serious game design course

Serious game design course

How can we use games to address water sector problems? How do we design enough usefulness and fun into them?  What can we learn ourselves while we’re designing games? These are some of the questions we try to answer during the IHE Delft serious ...
SimBasin

SimBasin

SimBasin is a basin management simulation game designed to bring stakeholders and scientists closer together. It’s based on WEAP water resources modelling software from SEI, and provides an engaging workshop format. Managing the Magdalena...