We tend to ignore the small warnings of our body in everyday life. Or how can it be explained that many employees get sick the moment their holiday begins? Or that depressive states and low-spirited phases become as ordinary as a cold? We concieved a solution for that...
In his second column on Design and Artificial Intelligence Karel Golta wonders how designers can make usable AI-processed data.
Karel went to San Francisco - not just for fun, but to bring us new ideas and attend IBM's #think2019
Karel starts a new column for PAGE online: On the future of design in the age of artificial intelligence. Find here the translation of his first strike.
We invited you to an energetic start into the week & a discussion about innovation. || Monday, 04. February 2019 | 8:30 – 11:00 | BlueRoom, Schopenstehl, 20095 Hamburg
Meet our dear colleagues: Every few weeks we introduce someone else, always with three recurrent questions but always with new answers.
Here's how to make seasonal small talk without mentioning the weather—just in time for the holiday cocktail party frenzy.
How do you redeem your updated brand promise with a new product line? Our client, keeeper, is demonstrating this with his current range of kitchens products, and shows how sophisticated design coupled with the courage to innovate can create customer proximity and loyalty.
Today we like to tell you more about our voluntary work for the next generation litter basket for New York City.
Let us introduce you to "Solid Impact" and a possible future of excellent choices. Our concept showcases sustainability in several facets and is part of our work for the PAGE theme special "AI and Design".
Our TOI-colleague Michael Leitl explains, why we don’t have to be afraid of AI but must fear the users. And thus, forms the conclusion of our blog series "Fear vs. Optimism".
Seriously, are people afraid of AI? Right now it feels like a trend, says Tommaso and contributes his answer to Andreas central question of the current blog series: “How can we take the fear away from people when it comes to AI?”
Join the German service design community to watch and discuss videos from SDGC on November 30th in Hamburg.
For the third time Karel was a resident. The colleagues from TOI made for the first time their contribution to the packed program. Read now, what you have missed and why you should join next year…
After several days of people talking about sketchnotes, attending the WUDHH workshop and training, I like to encourage everybody to start. Start taking sketchnotes today!
We continue with our series. This time Andrea interviews Heiko about how to spread optimism instead of fear facing AI.
As Andrea continuous to change the widespread fear of AI into optimism, today Karel has his say about this topic.
In my article 'Digitization and AI in 2 Worlds', I recently asked how we can rid the masses of fear and spread optimism. After Steffi has shared her ideas with us, also Minjoo thought about that and finds an elaborated answer.
We all attend meetings, lectures or lessons. And we all take notes while listening. But how difficult is it to find something among all of those quick notes later on? And how hard is it to explain them to someone else?
As written in my recent article 'The 2 worlds of digitization and AI’, I would love to change the widespread fear into optimism. So I seeked my colleagues’ ideas on how to achieve this. As always, I could rely on Stefanie, who was the first to write down her thoughts. Her approach: a new Age of Enlightenment.
My life wont't be ruined by Instagram. Stefanie advocates curated content instead of exit, when social media threatens to disturb peace of mind.
This essay is based on the fireside chat happened on 27th Sep.*
The triangle of design, art and technology is the ideal place to discuss and spend the evening together. Many thanks to Minjoo Cho, Roman Lipski and Christian "Mio" Loclair. Your lectures made the evening special.
Join us at the House of Beautiful Business in Lisbon before and during Web Summit for meaningful conversations about technology and humanity. The House will serve as salon, stage, and sandbox for people who are keen on rehumanizing business in a playful and intimate setting.
There is no larger gap than the one between expert knowledge and broad public opinion concerning AI. While some immerse themselves in the ever new possibilities enthusiastically, the rest is painting out horror scenarios. When will the general public finally get the chance to become part of the digital optimism?
"It's not about blah-blah, it’s about the honesty and trust of your brand in the product!" Incremental design updates do no brand any favour, Heiko Tullney suspects. Let's talk to him about the innovative strength of established brands and about the supreme discipline of strategic branding.
Will artificial intelligence replace us? Or will we finally have time for what makes us human, thanks to intelligent machines? We want to ask these and other questions about artificial intelligence during our fireside chat on the 27th of September.
One ear in, out on the other: Why do our eyes sometimes understand more than our ears?
'Nothing good has ever been written in a large room,' said award-winning historian David McCullough, who used to work in a shed on Martha's Vineyard. May be, but it is possible to innovate and design in large rooms excellently and also awarded. So what do designers do better than others in terms of deep work?
The Internet of Things (IoT) comes to our offices. Every month it sneaks closer into and establishes further in our workplace. On the good side, it connects us worldwide and transforms not just the technological landscape but also how we work. On the bad side, it can turn our company into a dreaded panopticum.
Is it the summer break or me that currently the social media feeds show one curiosity after another and trend and counter trends emerge particularly clearly?
No rock, no roll or rather: no innovations, no development and without humans no useful innovations. So, why is AI primarily seen as either black or white and not in context?
The sixth generation of the Hilti toolbox received a Red Dot Award. The well-known brand icon was redesigned as part of Hilti’s efforts to revise its brand.
Dr. Thomas Abrell was one of our speakers at the Service Design Day on June 1st. Afterwards he kindly answered our ‚3 questions to...’ about Smart Mobility, AI and digital transformation in general.
Successful design processes start with meaningful user research. But how do you anchor the results and knowledge in the entire team?
Roman Schöneboom was one of our speakers at the Service Design Day on June 1st. Afterwards he kindly answered our ‚3 questions to...’
What happens at the end of your Design Process? “Iteration!”, you might call out.
On June 1st, we celebrated Service Design Day* in cooperation with ServiceDesignNetwork and support from the SDN German Chapter!
Recap: Event NYC, 18/05/17 “Innovation Drivers – An idea requires momentum in order to move”.
Last month I visited Helsinki to attend a wonderfully organized event on “The evolving role of Service Design” with professionals from different backgrounds.
The Guided Cooking Test with Ronny Loll aka Battle of the food processor (Thermomix vs. Monsieur CuisineConnect) was the final assessment of user experience and design after 18 months of development and intensive cooperation between Hoyer and INDEED.
On June 1st, we celebrate Service Design Day*! Worldwide service design enthusiast and explorer spread the word that creating meaningful services will boost your business in the digital age.
In our ever-competitive world, we routinely hear that good is no longer enough.
Join us for an evening about the future of innovation driven by design and the right mindset in New York City: May 17th, 2018 from 6-10 pm at SAP Next-Gen 10 Hudson Yards.
Long ago, I was mesmerised by a collection of art pieces. They looked so realistic that I wondered what the point is of copying the real objects in such fidelity.
Why we should invest in AI and smart devices, or at least think about it ... before we are old and frail.
"Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened, and the ears of the deaf unstopped" Isaiah 35: 5
(warning: this may also help you live a better life)
Our new colleague Jessie contemplates patience and the lack of it nowadays…
We're headed to SXSW in Austin from March 9-18 to discover the future of technology, culture and society. Meet us there to reflect together on a week of inspiration.
What can design contribute to innovations that serve pleasure, desire and satisfaction? The answer came in January / February at the iF Design Exhibition and found its conclusion with a special evening event on Valentine's Day.
"Design is deeply understanding people. Innovation is anticipating their needs." (Mauro Porcini)
We usually refer to money to evaluate our wealth and so to measure how rich or poor we are. But is that the philosopher's stone?
From January 9-12, 2018 Las Vegas becomes once again the “THE GLOBAL STAGE FOR INNOVATION”. Meet us at the hotspot of tech.
Today, I would like to introduce a term called “Computational Design” and its relevant research: Computational design is the application of computational strategies to the design process.
We're always in motion, but this time it has even more momentum: we're moving to a new office location at the end of the year.
Visits to Visom and World Usability Day - Recently I have had the pleasure of giving speeches at two interesting events: Viscom in Düsseldorf on the subject of ‚We Connect’ relating to innovation, inspiration and information; and World Usability Day in Hamburg on the topic of ‚Inclusion through User Experience’.
A letter to my network – originally published on LinkedIn. Just stop for a minute, inhale, exhale. When was the last time you asked yourself: where does my personal and business inspiration come from?
Let’s talk about art and artificial intelligence, about great ideas and their implementation, about setbacks, new foundations and the essence of an experience - or simply: our project for the House of Beautiful Business in early November in Lisbon.
17 Sustainable Development Goals have to be achieved by 2030. While the smartest brains on this planet contribute to the agenda, we like to source the wisdom of the crowd at this year’s House of Beautiful Business in Lisbon.
The advice of David Gram, who enthused the audience of this year’s Design Research & Design Strategy Conference with his Lego Best Case, was not the only one which inspired the participants.
Join us at the House of Beautiful Business in Lisbon before and during Web Summit. It’s a pop-up community for meaningful conversations about technology and humanity. The House will serve as salon, stage, and sandbox for people who are keen on rehumanizing business in a playful and intimate setting.
Last Thursday another of our popular Business Talks took place - finally again. This time we tried out something new and so the event did not take place as usual, in the evening at the Brahmskontor, but as a breakfast session in the Blue Room in Hamburg’s Kontorhausviertel.
Recently, I was invited to visit the Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS; German Air Traffic Control), to exchange thoughts on future business scenarios, the rise of drones, and innovation for the year 2040 and beyond.
While working for Titan, the global leader in the Airless Spray Technology market, we delivered a powerhouse solution, and one that is particularly high-end for this industry - the POWRBEAST!
The IFA, one of the worlds most established industrial exhibitions, describes innovation as as a key part of their DNA – and one of their driving interests this year.
On September 28, 2017 we will be hosting the Design Research & Design Strategy Conference for the fourth time already.
On July 5th oder 6th our CEO Karel J. Golta will hold a keynote at the ‚Future of Transportation World Conference 2017’ in Cologne
For those who don’t like to read lengthy articles, here comes the two most important insights upfront: don’t worry, Sci-Fi scenarios like “Chappie” or “Her” are 20 to 100 years away and yes, governments and NGO’s are fully aware of the development and are working on guidelines and laws to manage the future of AI.
Our work on VION has been nominated for the UX Design Award! Only a limited number of products have made it to the current round.
Together with our client WAGNER we have been implementing innumerable projects in the last years. Heat guns, spray guns, airless spray systems, for consumers as well as for professionals.
For several years, Indeed has been a member of the Life Science Nord cluster. This union of about 500 companies and research institutes is one of the most-established life science networks of in Europe.
Do you want each of your headphones wireless? Want to enjoy your music without bothering your neighbors? Want to watch TV but your family doesn’t? Sennheiser has arrived in the audio future, and we paved their way!
Actually, any more explanation is unnecessary when a product like the nipple for a baby bottle is named ‚nature sense‘.
In addition to looking for user experience when developing a new product, the result isn't just added value for the consumer, but at the same time a prestigious award for us and our customer Wagner.
Outthink Innovation – Create a better Tomorrow: that’s what it’s all about at this year's Design Research & Design Strategy Conference!
In the middle of all the excitement of the Mobile World Congress, the world’s largest fair for mobile communications industries, there was a space where people mostly talked about the main purpose for technology:
There has been tremendous change in the world since we first got started with INDEED – and we have changed, as well. Especially in a company like ours, progress happens organically – after all, we not only represent innovation, we live it. Naturally!
Indeed is highly qualified and successful in developing innovative products and services. However, several of our clients wished to optimize their own innovation capabilities.
The first European Product Design Awards took place in Brussels last Thursday, and brought us a number of prizes: we were awarded for our innovative work for Linde, Vion and Implen.
Between the 5th and 6th of April, 'Packaging Innovation’ will take in place in Berlin, and we will be taking part by hosting a service design workshop.
Until April 22nd, “designxport” presents a different kind of exhibition: “BAD DESIGN // GOOD DESIGN,” contrasts an interesting range of products, spanning the senseless, superfluous and inoperable, to the user friendly, sustainable and successful.
From February 28 to March 1 we will co-host a really outstanding gathering in Barcelona: Along with Tim Leberecht (author of ‘The Business Romantic’) and a few more partners-in-crime, we are co-producing The House of Beautiful Business.
During Mobile World Congress from February 28 to March 1 we will co-host a really outstanding gathering in Barcelona: Entrada Salón Gremial Casa de la Seda Barcelona.
Education and any sort of training has always been one of the main pillars for personal growth and development. It also drives companies and entire economies forward, and makes them fit to reach the next levels of socio-cultural development.
Patric is sending ‘a postcard’ from INDEED’s NYC office. His favourite topic at the moment: New York’s architecture!
In the current part of our series “3 questions to” we even get the answers from two experts. Mark Safarik was a criminal profiler with the FBI. Now he works as a writer, but also as an expert and consultant for agencies, universities, and also TV productions.
As every year, the German Packaging Institute invited for their big congress in Berlin through March 3rd. and 4th. This years subject was “Digital Business” and I felt quite honored to have been asked for a speech on digital transformation and the future of digitally empowered packaging.
Johnson LiDesign creates business. This statement hardly comes as a surprise– especially with regard to the PC, tablet and smartphone market. Johnson Li, Executive Design Director at Lenovo, gives us a deeper insight.
Learn more about Local Motors in Europe, Wolfgang Bern and dmi:NightOut
Improving the quality of life of chronically ill children and their parents, that's what we had in mind when developing our app. And apparently this idea finds it's audience, because we are among the 9 best submissions for the Medical App Award by Lifescience Nord.
Contemporary design initiates growth and drives transformation like no other discipline currently does! In other words, design is the innovative engine of the 21st century!
We recently announced it already, now it is finally time: INDEED goes Kickstarter and we very much need you there!
Since 1910 we can enjoy intimate sound experience with headphones. Still today, they are considered as one of the greatest inventions in technical history.