As programmatic buying continues its steady forward march, many are wondering when and how data-driven media buying and creativity can be reconciled. Nandini Nayak, managing director of design strategy and innovation at Fjord, speaks to Adexchanger
Perhaps it’s the result of a generation raised on Harry Potter, but Gen Y are hard to surprise. Baiju Shah, managing director and co-lead at Fjord, writes for Forbes
In our annual Trends report 2015, Fjord predicts that this could be the year where wearables, hearables and nearables come to your rescue. Mark Curtis, chief client officer and co-founder of Fjord writes for Media Guardian
Now that our environments are increasingly embedded with sensors and overlaid with software, digital is extending its reach beyond the domain of ones and zeroes and into the physical world. Abbie Walsh, group director at Fjord London, writes for City AM
Why will automated helplines be axed in favor of services manned by real human beings? How can “nearables” and “hearables” help to make our smart phones even smarter? Mark Curtis, chief client officer and co-founder at Fjord, writes for Accenture Click
Fjord’s work with Garanti Bank in Turkey on the iGaranti app has been shortlisted for a Mobile Excellence Award in the category of Best Mobile Payment.
“We’re tracking down InVision users inside the world’s most amazing companies to discover their favorite tools, inspirations, workspace must-haves, and the philosophy behind what makes […]
In collaboration with colleagues at Accenture and partners at Philips and Emotiv, Fjord developed a proof of concept to return independence to ALS patients. UX Magazine writes about the project and how it is a leap forward in empowering patients to do simple and necessary tasks that improve quality of life.
Domestic life is becoming increasingly connected — be it connected to the Internet, to the cloud, or to phone and tablet apps — which is enabling homeowners to both track usage and remotely control a myriad of domestic variables. What’s more, they can do this all while they are out and about and away from the home. Business Design Lead at Fjord, Alex Jones, blogs for Accenture Click
It used to be the case in product-focused organisations, that the logo represented the most important element of a brand’s identity. The design process was primarily focused on the visual and physical aspects of a product, while services were essentially an afterthought. Fjord CCO and Co-Founder Mark Curtis speaks to CMO.com
Fjord Madrid has participated in The App Date Night, an event that got together the very best of mobility and innovation under the beautiful night […]
Today more than ever before, businesses need to focus more on the timing, targeting and treatment of their customers. By adopting a design first mentality within […]