Finally, we're proud to announce the grand opening of Scandinavian Design Group, Stockholm. We congratulate ourselves, our Danish friends and the entire Swedish team, led by Johanna Smeds and Nils Jensen in becoming a truly Scandinavian Design Group. Please have a look around the site, to get to know them and their beautiful work.
One More Thing...
Let us present to you the second entry for One More Thing. To read what our planner Eirik Langås has to say about perfect branding, click here.
Today we could finally reveal TINE Partners stand at the Smak Exhibition 2014! Through innovation and collaboration TINE Partner creates new value for their customers and the stand environment focuses on the insights behind TINEs products and services. It is all about understanding what goes on in society, in terms of flows, trends and needs, and this is what we have focused on in the process of concept development and design of branded environments, - in cooperation with competent partners. Enough said – you have to see it for yourself. In the meantime, you can see behind the scenes clip here.
This weekend a bunch of good colleagues took a break from the city and checked into the McCann Worldgroup cottage at Hafjell. The mountain offered perfect conditions for both downhill and cross-country, as well as an open fireplace, burgers and late night laughs. Greetings from winter wonderland!
Local entrepreneurs with global ambitions is something we're truly passionate about. That's why we are excited to say that we have been allowed to accompany Cinevation on their journey of renewal. If you don't know them, check them out. And if you want to know where we end up, check back in with us in a while.
One More Thing...
We are proud to present to you: One More Thing! This is our new platform for letting everybody know our people a little better and get a sneak peak into what we think about the world today. To read our first entry written by our service designer Sara Hardy, click here.
This autumn has seen another class at Volda University College finishing the course Strategic Design. In this years course the students worked in teams of Norwegian and foreign students to develop a concept for a mountain sports festival. The curriculum of the course is a mix of design method, cultural theory and business strategy. SDG has been giving lectures and giving the students feedback on their progress throughout the autumn. Last week we were up for censoring the final, individual exams. Hearing the students argue confidently about their target group choices with Bordiueu and service design methodology is very inspiring. We're looking forward to meet next year's class.