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.
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.