Escape from Seattle!

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We'll always have Lake Inle...

We finally did it! After 21 months, 78 interviews and 5.5 million data points Dave joined us in Myanmar for an amazing design research trip with our friendly video crew to meet some of the humans behind The Human Account. Needless to say it was a total blast to hang out with our favorite client in a place as magical as Lake Inle. Here are just a few highlights:

4 the Gram
4 the Gram

Doin’ it for the gram...

Best Life
Best Life

Dave living his best life

Hard at Work
Hard at Work

Relaxing under a tree at Nga Phe Kyaung Monastery on Inle Lake

Candid Camera
Candid Camera

Not a posed shot, totally candid :-)

Magic Hour
Magic Hour

Sayantoni in her element, enjoying the magic hour

Kicking Back
Kicking Back

Taking a much needed break from the exhausting work of executive assistant production

Church Mouse
Church Mouse

Khin Mare Aye laying it down like boss. Dave, quiet as a church mouse, trying not to upset Ben

Roughing It...
Roughing It...

No Dave, we don’t generally do research in style

Setting the Scene
Setting the Scene

Dave catching all the angles, giving Danny a run for his money

Loving Couple
Loving Couple

Some inspiration for the Seattle newlyweds

The Natural
The Natural

She’s a natural! Mom’s a hard worker

Fan Club
Fan Club

Dave waving to his biggest fans, he has a way the children

Show & Tell
Show & Tell

BEST SUNDAY SCHOOL EVER!

Geeking Out
Geeking Out

Danny “directing” Ben on how to fly the drone

Going Deep
Going Deep

Dave deeply immersed and picking beans, practicing what he preaches

Fin
Fin

End of another lousy day on Lake Inle

Some of the amazing humans that we met...

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Reliable Planners

Community Entrepreneurs

"I really enjoyed meeting Dave, but he was a bit late to my interview. Are you sure he is reliable enough to give all that money away?"

“I think Dave should quit his job and start a photo safari business in Myanmar. He could have a lot more fun and live very well here at Lake Inle.”

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Cautious Individualists

Determined Hustlers

“Dave seems nice, but he would 

not be very useful on a farm.

I feel very sorry for his family.”

"Dave really likes to talk with people. I am glad

that he is not a betel nut salesman as he

would put me out of business."

Thanks for being a fantastic client, 

partner & friend to our team!