A team of Fjordians was invited to the most acclaimed innovation, technology and design conference LIFT, held in Geneva, Switzerland. In this post they are sharing their LIFT14 experience as well as overview of the creative workshop they ran during the conference. Drawing inspiration from Fjord Trends 2014, the workshop entitled You Are The Interface attracted quite some attention and generated fruitful discussion among the participants.
What will the future of health and health care look like in the coming decades? And what does service design has to do with it? Fjord Kitchen Madrid tried to answer those questions through three outstanding, mind-blowing talks.
For the seventh year running, Fjord, is exhibiting and entertaining at Mobile World Congress, but this year, as part of Accenture Interactive, we’re working closely with the Accenture team.
On the Fjord stand, located in Hall 5, Stand 5C41, you’ll be able to discover how Fjord and Accenture Interactive have transformed businesses, along with having your business problems solved live with our “studio in a stand” concept.
Everyday we read about how technology is getting within closer proximity to our bodies, with this in mind Abbie Walsh, group director, at Fjord London, was invited onto BBC Breakfast to talk about wearable technology.
A future where you pay with your face, fingerprint, or through social media is not as far away as it seems. In fact, the rapid growth of smartphone ownership is propelling a move towards a cashless economy. The mobile payment industry is forced to accelerate with the customer demand for speed, removal of queues, improved . . .
Today, traditional retailers are challenged to survive alongside big name e-commerce retailers who can promise lower prices and convenience. But how can they survive in this competitive world? What risks and changes should retailers take in order to differentiate and attract customer loyalty? To address some of these pressing questions, Fjord New York held a . . .
This November Fjord Executive Director, Shelley Evenson, and Design Director, Thomas Schneider, presented at the AIGA Design Conference. Their talk on Living Service worlds touches on how connected devices, big data, and the Internet of Things will impact design for our everyday lives. Watch the full presentation from AIGA below.
Last year Fjord Madrid added a Vegan Werewolf and a UX Overlord to their team. And 2014 is no different, as we welcome two new Fjordians to the team, one that saw the light on top of a shark tank, and one that speaks fluent Dutch, passable Glaswegian and broken Sushi.
As you have likely heard by now, the name of the game at this year’s CES was connected everything. After experiencing the range of connected products, from dog collars and beds to toothbrushes, I anticipate we will see a lot of connected products flooding the market this year, though several of them gimmicky or selling . . .
The health and wellness space is changing at a rapid pace, as people begin to self-track their movements, diet, sleep and even happiness levels, through wearable devices and their mobile. Self-tracking or quantified self, as it is often referred to, is just one area within the umbrella term of ‘digital health’ that is attracting attention . . .
Now in its seventh year, the annual Fjord Trends Report 2014 is launched, unveiling what we believe will transform what we do, our clients’ business and ultimately the way we live.
Fjord is delighted to announce that its work with Turkey’s second largest private bank, Garanti, has received the Most Contagious Service Award 2013.
The Service Design Network, a leading institution for expertise in service design, held their annual global conference last month in Cardiff, sponsored by Fjord.
I had the privilege of attending the first day of the conference alongside fellow Fjordians Daniel Harris and Kostja Paschalidis, and it was a truly inspiring event with great speakers and plenty of food for thought. Here I share my personal highlights and insights.
Fjord London offers eight internships per year to aspiring individuals, read about our assessment days.
Financial services with longevity. What must be at the core of any financial providers future digital strategy? Trust.