Robin Glauser


My Blog about Development, Design and my random thoughts.

Printing a bicycle

Yesterday on the 26th of November I gave a speech at the English Toastmasters Club in Bern about 3D printing. How I use it in my daily life and what my process is when repairing parts of my bicycle and other things. You can find the presentation with all the images online: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/12j1Zav_I4uGXMvdOesYLl-rXYAn1I-mrzoBqnZ5OasU/edit?usp=sharing To record this video I’ve used my … Read More


Everything will get easier

I love this scene from season two of Bojack Horseman. If you haven’t seen the show I highly recommend it. The fact that it’s animated may put you off at first, but put yourself through the first season and you won’t be able to stop watching it. When I was a lot younger and already working and playing on the … Read More


3 ways how to get work done even if you don’t feel like it

Not feeling like doing something. Being to exhausted to do it. Not able to start working on that certain task. We all feel sometimes like we just can’t start to work. The times when we can’t start doing something. So what can we do about that? Lot’s of things. :) 1. Break down your task Starting by trying to break … Read More


4 ways to be less anxious about public speaking

A bit over a year ago I told a story in front of an audience at Wahre Geschichten. I was anxious and nervous before hand. So in the last year I compiled a few tips and tricks on how to be less anxious when speaking in public. #1 Sing your favorite song before giving your speech If you have a problem with … Read More


My internship at the SBB Cargo

As of today my internship as a User Experience Designer at the SBB Cargo is over. I’ve spent the last six months from March to September working at their headquarters in Olten. In this time I was able to look at how a bigger company is run and how it compares to the smaller companies I’ve worked in before. The … Read More


Clean your smartphone charging port day

Maybe I am the special kind of stupid, but I’ve had issues with plugging in my USB C cable into my Nexus 5X for a while. It kept falling out when I wanted to keep it plugged in to charge it. But just a short while ago I had the smart idea to actually google my problem. The solution is painfully … Read More


Common Knowledge

One man’s intuition is another man’s labyrinth. You’ve at least heard the sentence “That’s common knowledge” once in your life. Maybe you just asked a genuine question. The other person then answered in a condescending way, adding those words at the end of their answer. Or maybe you’ve used those words on another person. Perplexed that they didn’t know something. But is there actually … Read More


What to do if you have a headache, stuffy nose or sore throat.

Just got sick again and updated the article with another tip I discovered. The article is just going to be a list of remedies I’ve tried out over the years when I got a stuffy nose and headache. Take a warm foot bath It might seem strange to use a warm foot bath for curing your headache, but it helps. … Read More


Accepting other peoples realities

Understand that for a person with a mental illness everything they do makes sense to them. This quote was one of the parts I still remember from a course from the civil service about how to care and look after impaired people. A major problem in today’s society is not being able to accept that other people have other realities … Read More


Find a meaning in life

We needed to stop asking about the meaning of life, and instead to think of ourselves as those who were being questioned by life—daily and hourly. I’ve finished reading the book “Man’s search for meaning” by Viktor E. Frankl. He was a Austrian psychologist who witnessed the second world war in a concentration camp. About the Author Before he became a prisoner … Read More