Geist is a nonprofit researching the effects of technology over our most fundamental human characteristics.

Our books embody new methodologies of knowledge production, diversity of perspectives and collaboration by design.

 

They are regional, comparable — and free.

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The world inspires itself. —

Humans, Design, Technology — 

AN ORIGINAL SERIES

62.2786° N, 12.3402° E
THE NORDICS

54.5260° N, 105.2551° W
THE AMERICAS

54.5260° N, 15.2551° E
EUROPE

8.7832° S, 34.5085° E
AFRICA

33.3371° N, 131.4683° E
ASIA/PACIFIC

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The way we love, play, eat, thrive or trust after digital technology.

A deep-dive in six human dimensions, for anyone set out to make social impact in the world of today.

Easy to read, noise-free and beautifully crafted — we like to think that anyone set out to make social impact in today's world can benefit from our content.

Question, empower, inspire

We ask questions about tangible effects of what is happening now. We speculate where the market is taking us. The goal is to enable your own sense-making of the world.

By pairing consultants, scholars and designers, our design methodology opens possibilities that were not there before.

Our studies empower inquisitive minds with meaningful questions, so inspiration can do its work.

Inspiring 
change-makers all over the world

Comparable studies allows the world to inspire itself. What can Latin America tell us about love? What can the Nordic countries tell us about nature? The possibilities for new connections are endless. 

Beautifully crafted and noise-free volumes that go beyond informing. Our studies empower inquisitive minds with meaningful questions, so inspiration can do its work.
 

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How can the world inspire itself? 

What can we learn about love in Latin America? Or living in the Nordics? Or drive and ambition in the USA? A series of comparable studies is an invaluable resource for making sense of ourselves.

Our first collection covers the Nordic Countries. Upcoming collections cover Europe, The Americas, Africa, Asia-Pacific. The geography of the project opens an important question: what can one region of the world tell another?

Digital World Map

— THE COLLECTION

Humans, Design, Technology — 

AN ORIGINAL SERIES

62.2786° N, 12.3402° E
THE NORDICS