Thanks for visiting our brand spanking new website. This is a work in progress, an experiment without a version number. Things will change and evolve over time once we figure out what we want to do with this thing. One thing’s for sure—calling this a beta would be just lazy. We don’t wanna be like that, do we? "
Nokia tuo tänään myyntiin ensimmäisen tablet-laitteensa, Lumia 2520:n. Helsingin Sanomat, Suomen ja pohjoismaiden suurin sanomalehti on mukana julkaisussa uudella HS Windows-sovelluksella, joka on suunniteltu yhteistyössä Nordkappin kanssa.
Let's think if we could design a rival for Apple TV, and recap a recent one-upping of a Google patent attempt.
A quick calculation reveals that we’ve worked on more than ten (!) different TV projects within last few months. These include online & company strategies, applications, online TV, video-on-demand, web services, startup sparring and even a concept for an interactive TV show.
Hey ho! The summer is back and we're back in business. People came back from their holidays in waves during the last three weeks or so. And now we're back doing projects.
First two of these weeks it was just me & Kate cleaning the office — continuing a task that Matti had started in the beginning of the summer. Kate is mostly to thank for this effort though. She cleaned all the team rooms, kitchen, office supplies and whatnot. I was mostly a hard labor robot, [...]
It must be the spring— Nordkapp is growing quite steadily these days. Here's a brief introduction to some of our newest designers;
First, from behalf of everyone at Nordkapp I’d like to welcome our newest addition Jukka Koops. As it seems to happen quite often nowadays, he’s switching industries back to design after a stint in marketing communications at Finnish advertising agency Kirnauskis 2.0. But there’s more than that— he’s a recording artist, has a history in [...]
Adam Greenfield joins Nordkapp.
We are excited to announce that author and ex-Nokia head of design direction Adam Greenfield joins us as an advisor on research and development for urban interfaces and services.
Integration, human interaction and Nokia
Many mix-and-match teams are coming together on grouping a bunch of services into a bigger one. It’s fun to have meetings in the vibe of “here’s what my service can offer to your service, what will my service get back?”, and see how a behemoth is forming before your eyes.