Self Design: Plan for 2020

This year I am interested in environmental design, business models, investments in bonds, stocks and emergin markets, leadership, self managment, framing, psychocolgy, coding, politology and sucsessful product launch. In 2020 I lead teams, design amazing products and travel to new destinations.

On FFF page:

Progress 2020

To read

  1. The Visual Display of Quantitative Information by Edward Tufte
  2. Envisioning Information by Edward Tufte
  3. Beautiful Evidence by Edward Tufte
  4. Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi
  5. Do It Tomorrow and Other Secrets of Time Management by Mark Forster
  6. Dao Toyota by Jeffrey K. Liker
  7. Orgmanagment thinking by Georgy Shedrovicky
  8. Image of the City by Kevin Lynch
  9. Pitch Anything. An Innovative Method for Presenting, Persuading and Winning the Deal by Oren Klaff
  10. Why We Buy by Paco Underhill

To watch

  1. Happy Film by Stefan Sagmeister – This film will not make you happy.
  2. Будущее семьи, частной собственности и государства от Екатерины Шульман
  3. Eugene Arutyunov (Intuition) lectures
  4. Yandex project management school
  5. BangBangEducation talks

To visit

  1. Belgium (July - August 2020) – canceled
  2. Sweden (July - August 2020) – canceled
  3. GermanyPhoto story about timetables and metro
  4. Korea (October – November 2020) - canceled
  5. Japan (October – November 2020) - moved to string 2021
  6. Poland, Warsaw

To study

  1. Samurai course – series of lectures about Japanese

  2. Cinema 4D course – project about Custom manhole design covers + Cinema 4D: cheatsheet

  3. Czech Language – A2 level / B1 soon

  4. UX Crash Course: User Psychology by Joel Marsh

  5. Energy design course

  6. Swift PlayGround – done

  7. Swift UI Stanford course

  8. UX/UX course in Bureau

To create

  1. Project in Intuiton Park – VCRPTR9K
  2. Project in Intuition Park – Make your hatch
  3. Telegram channel about Japanese Urban design
  4. Japanese Melonpan stickers
  5. Prague metro map (in progress)


From the previous year I follow a concept for my personal growth and self-design. In its core a model of personal skills represented as the octopus. Each tentacle is a skill. To improve a skill one needs to do work.