Fashion, technology and design leaders, including Fjord’s Vice President, Mahin Samadani, provide insight into the wearable industry and the key to its success.
Fjord is looking forward to an action-packed week at SXSW Interactive 2014. We’ll be speaking, throwing a party, and checking out a bunch of events starting Friday. If you’re also going, take a look at a few great opportunities to get to know Fjord in Austin! We hope to see you there! Fjord’s BBQ House . . .
Rit Mishra, Service Design Lead at Fjord, talks to UX Magazine about the potential enormous influence Beacons might have on digital services.
Mark Curtis, Chief Client Officer at Fjord, shares his views on how the self-service trend will develop in the future
Sami Loikala, Service Design Lead at Fjord Helsinki, blogs about the effects bad user experience applications can have on the workplace (In Finnish)
Mark Curtis, Chief Client Officer at Fjord, outlines five technology trends that will affect businesses and society over the next twelve months.
Olof Schybergson, Fjord’s CEO and co-founder, writes for Fortune on Google’s shifting focus towards becoming a lifestyle companion with the acquisition of Nest Labs and the sale of Motorola.
Mark Curtis, Chief Client Officer at Fjord, explains how Google's acquisition of smart home device maker is the next stage in the digitisation of everything
Fjord CCO Mark Curtis joined Tolga Ulutaş from Accenture Turkey for an interview with Webrazzi at the Fjord Trends launch in Istanbul in December. View the interview (In Turkish and English) here.
Rit Mishra, Service Design Lead, at Fjord Helsinki writes for India's leading design publication, Pool Magazine, about the Fjord Trend Every Product is a Service Waiting to Happen
John Oswald, Consulting Director at Fjord London, shares his views on which new trends and gadgets we will see in 2014 on Sky Sunrise
New Media Knowledge features a selection of our 2014 trends, including how we will to start carrying our home in our pocket.
Dexigner covers Fjord's 2014 predictions of how technology, design, and business will change the work we do and how we live in the coming year.
Oli Shaw, service design lead at Fjord London, shares his views on the year ahead
Chief Client Officer, Mark Curtis, sat down with Forbes to talk about the challenges that startups can help solve in the coming year. "In 2014 we're going to see the shift from the web to mobile, to living services become more dramatic," says Mark Curtis, Chief Client Officer and founder of Fjord. This shift will bring with it "enormous great gaps in the market that startups could step and fill."