65. Aleksandra Kozawska
Average Post Engagement: 52.7
Poland and Spain
Tips on how to Thrive in LinkedIn:
When posting, I usually try to show ways in which design is already present in the industry, the impact and the potential is has, so that both designers and space professionals feel inspired. To do that, I post my own reflections about the events in the industry, I recommend events and articles, and share the most relevant posts from the Designers in Space Community. I always look for interaction from the readers.
I also always try to support my colleagues and friends by handpicking and sharing their content about all the amazing things they do either as designers in other businesses, or space experts who are changing the status quo in the industry.
What I use Linkedin for:
Currently, Linkedin is my main social media platform where I share updates about events I participate in and reflections about the industry. It is also an important channel for me to keep in touch with my network and discover new, fascinating people every day.
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Who am I:
I’m a designer in space. My mission is to make the space industry more human. I believe that collaborative innovation based on empathy and a human-centred approach to products and services are at the core of any sustainable transformation, and I practice that every day in my work and activity.
What I do:
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
I share updates about related events, educational content and examples of case studies where design helps the industry, as well as job opportunities and tips for designers and creatives who want to work in space. If you are passionate about design and space, this is your place to be!
Who I follow on Linkedin
❝Inspiring voice on sustainability in space❞
❝For her creativity, honesty and out of the box thinking❞
❝I feel intrigued by his future trend posts and philosophical questions.❞
Aleksandra’s Favorite Post
❝Conference week: Service Design Days in Barcelona and IAC in Paris. Both attended first time as a Designers in Space Community representative. For me, it was a milestone envisioned a long time ago. During that week, I reunited with an incredible bunch of people who have been working with me on DiSC and other space projects remotely for the past couple of years. Meeting them in person was a powerful experience!❞
Aleksandra’s Successful Post
❝The first day of an analogue mission at Lunares, before closing myself with the team in a habitat for two weeks, away from the external world.
It was 2019, in the middle of winter in Poland, at the peak of the pandemia, and after postponing it for over half a year. Yet, all of our crew still managed to come together from all over the world and the timing was just perfect. This specific mission and the materials produced during that time inspired many others to become analogue astronauts later on and I’m very grateful for this special experience.❞