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COVID-19 Business pivot: Flitsmeister

Flitsmeister is a Dutch company that allows its users to get warnings about speed traps, congestions…

Las varias caras de la innovacion

This blog post was written by guest editor: Romy Gutman, CMO of ice-cream franchise Helado Obscuro…

Principles for better design-dev collab

Being a digital designer, it isn’t always easy to be in sync with your other team…

Website or app? Reach vs rich.

Luke Wroblewski is a hero in UX and UI design. He understand ‘the game’ more than…

Trust in digital for high complexity buying decisions

Digital vs physical services We’ve been involved in a service design project that involves a fully…

Tech trend report 2020 (By Benedict Evans)

Every year, Benedict Evans (website, Twitter) compiles a Tech Trends report of things he finds worth…

The link between Concept cars and digital prototyping

Your might be familiar with the topic of ‘concept cars’: futuristic looking cars that often demonstrate…

A quick look at the new Double Diamond model

There are many different design thinking models, and each of them slightly differ in the way…

Non-consensus offerings are the only offerings

Andy Rachleff (Medium profile) is a lecturer at Stanford and CEO of Wealthfront Capital. He is…

Design System Manager: a time saver.

In one of our recent projects, we have first used the InVision Design System Manager (DSM)….

Functional innovation: showing an airplane ‘baby map’

CNN posted an article last week, that highlights how Japan Airlines has a new option available…

Choosing a tone of voice in banking

Lately, we have been in Medellin and Bogota, Colombia, for a new digital banking project. Among…

Interview guide for financial industry

This week in Studio Frankly, we’re starting a new project in Medellin, Colombia. Over the next…

People don’t scroll

Throughout the years, we have seen quite a lot of Hotjar data at Studio Frankly. This…

What we can learn from survivorship bias

Survivorship bias is super interesting. This is the notion whereby people over-focus on the ‘survived’ outcomes…