Last summer we partnered up with Europe’s largest interdisciplinary tech festival Tech Open Air, where over 150 thought-leaders from tech, art, and science shared their vision on how they see the world evolving. By following these 7 pro tips, you too may be able to create experiences that leave your prospects wanting more.
In 1947, aliens landed on a farm just outside Roswell, New Mexico. In 1982, Joshua Haynes landed too. “Truth doesn’t live on a two-dimensional plane. Truth is three-dimensional,” he says.
In the home of eight year old Kacper Lenczuk, the television screen once glowed with episodes of Dexter’s Laboratory. Recalling the show’s antics, the now fully grown Kacper snickers “That’s what design is like.”
A Finnish town in decay experiences a second spring, a once scared young man rises to the occasion and DK&A gains a true craftsman as their Chief Commercial Officer. Meet Perttu Monthan.
The life of Mateusz Szlosek was the butterfly effect in action. His story included the distinct impact of a single event that set the conditions to his career as an engineer, his eventual work at DK&A, and the unpredictable flourishes of his skillset.
Change is constant. So is adaptation. Change and disruption are natural outcomes of adopting emerging technologies and new business models.
I asked Tero if he could describe his aesthetic. “Vibrant, darkish color schemes,” he said, not concerned with the contradiction between “vibrant” and “dark.” I knew exactly what he meant. Well before this interview, we had played a game called Rez on h…
I was talking to DK&A’s CEO about the Creative Sprint, a procedure that we’ve developed over the last year to assist companies with articulating actionable and innovative product visions.
Tom Jacobsson describes Craftsmanship Culture, a dedication to mastery in products and services, brands, ideas, people, and behavior. It means a great deal to him and manifests within the values of DK&A.