Category Archives: Innovation

Virtual assistants like Siri, Alexa, Cortana or Google Now accompany us already every day. They understand your words, know our habits and can predict our behavior. They give us a glimpse into the future and allow us to envision the new possibilities of A.I. based UX. “… I’m immersed in all things AI and how [...]

From Creative Review |  11th September 2015 Facial recognition technologies are being used increasingly widely: but is it useful tech or frightening Big Brother-style surveillance? Matthew Maxwell, associate creative director at SapientNitro, reports for CR…     Does your face fit? Can you leer? Or glare? Can you look deadpan or dreamy, pained or pitying, […]

By Don Norman | July 24, 2013 | MIT Technology Review   Credit: Illustration by Miguel Montaner   Can devices like Google Glass augment our activities without ­distracting us from the physical world?   Ever talk to someone at a party or conference reception only to discover that he or she is constantly scanning the […]

By Eliza Williams | 11.09.2015 | Creative Review With the rise of contactless payments and banking apps, giving kids coins for their pocket money might seem a little bit ordinary these days. Enter Clever Kash, a cute new digital money box from New Zealand bank ASB…       As the film below explains, the […]

“Exclusiv report from our speaker at the congress Martin Wolf, (Y&R Labstore Austria Shopper Strategy Director) about Cannes 2015. “Do you remember the first time you bought a festival or concert ticket? How long did you wait in the line?” That was one of the introductory questions raised by Facebook’s Adtech expert David Jakubowski at […]