Fjord CEO Olof Schybergson reflects on a major company milestone as Fjord becomes part of Accenture Interactive.
The BBC has just launched a beta 'Knowledge and Learning'. But what could we learn from sites like Quartz about how to do more interesting things with content?
A few months ago we told you about our visit to Interaction 13. Marco Righetto and I gave the Hack You talk and it was a great experience.
Fjord’s Abbie Walsh is inspired by the art of Kurt Schwitters, and sees links with our modern approach to digital experiences.
Today is a Hack Day in Fjord Madrid office. That means every Fjordian here can use paid hours to do whatever he or she feels like doing.
London reflects on what is the magic that makes Fjord's approach so unique at their weekly design meeting
Fjord London finds out what happens when you break traditional industry barriers and bring together people across verticals to work hard on a complex problem
Disruption by competitor can be very dangerous to a business. It can also be equally dangerous if a business itself ends up causing disruption that robs the company all of its profits. But in capable hands, disrupting your own business can mean strong long-term profit, growth and even result in a lead position over the competitors that they find hard to catch up.
Yorokobu, the beautiful Spanish magazine printed every month in nice, enjoyable paper, has published an interview to MADfjordians Andy Goodman and Marco Righetto about Hack You, the appealing research about the body as the next interface being cooked inside the walls of Fjord Madrid.
Why does pencil on paper make a deeper connection? This Easter, I was reminded just how much we’ve come to rely on the digital services at our fingertips and how much we’re missing if we’re not creating real things too.
Mobile phones used to be all about connecting with people. The address book was at the very heart of the devices, and phones were mainly used for calling and texting. Then Apple ushered in the App economy, merging the internet with mobile in a powerful way. It led to apps residing on the top level of smartphones, and that's been the standard for the last five years.
When we met urban art group Boa Mistura we became huge fans of their work and got talking to them about how they could personalize our studio in Madrid. They've created for us an anamorphic version of our motto, We Are One, resulting in an incredible painting that stands out as soon as you walk into the studio.
How global changes stopped an industry in its tracks and why hindsight should play a larger part in our design decisions.
We are thrilled to see GigaOm’s story on our collaboration with the SMART initiative from Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital to redesign the pediatric growth chart. In the US, the pediatric growth chart is the ever present tool in nearly every visit your child pays to the doctor, and yet for many parents, the information presented . . .
Not so long time ago we went to school in the Netherlands. That experience was a great learning opportunity. We love to learn, but we also love to share our knowledge. And this is precisely what we did a few days ago in the University of Zaragoza: to talk about Service Design.