We held our first ever Internship Assessment day on Friday 3rd May which saw us inundated with amazing design talent from all over Europe.
Fjord CEO Olof Schybergson reflects on a major company milestone as Fjord becomes part of Accenture Interactive.
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
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.
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.
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.
Mark Curtis recently paid a visit to the Madrid studio to take part in “Mobility Week”, a three day event focusing on current trends and strategies within the technology industry, with a special focus on mobility.
I recently attended an online and retail fashion hackathon, organised by Seedcamp. In attendance were a number of retailers including ASOS and NetAPorter, who were happy to help teams use their APIs and data.
Gathering together around food and drink is a typical Spanish custom and one that is particularly popular amongst designers, developers and digital enthusiasts.
Designers in Stockholm is a community that aims to bring designers together who are work and live in Stockholm. The idea is to create a community, make friends and find inspiration.
The Global Service Jam is a 48 hour long event where 3,000 people from 120 countries produced an astonishing 120 projects. It's an amazing event to be part of. And for the fifth year running our very own Berlin studio hosted the Global Service Jam thanks to the excellent organisational skills of Manuel Grossman. Watch this video to hear why we do it. Meanwhile over in the UK, Luke Forsythe and Vanea Cera went along to facilitate the sessions at the Lufbra Global Service Jam, held at Loughborough University.
Last week saw our first ever Fjord Kitchen in Madrid. The event was entitled A Service Design Manifesto for Change because everybody speaking felt the same need; for some kind of transformation in the local market and indeed across Europe and beyond.