Experience design: the next business revolution

“It shouldn’t be Experience Design, it should be Experience Strategy. And Experience Strategy is a process that never ends”. Patrick Zimmermann (@patrickzimm27)...

10 lessons from the King of advertising - David Ogilvy

There comes a day when you find your new favourite non-fiction book. It was only some time ago that I got my hands on “Confessions of an Advertising Man” by Dav...

How mindfulness can make you more productive (+10 ...

Mindfulness is "Paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and nonjudgmentally”. It can change the way you live your life, includi...

Facebook LIVE vs Periscope: which one will you be using?

Is Facebook LIVE better than Periscope? How do you like to use Facebook reactions? And what do we think of ads featuring gay couples?

DJ Khaled , snowboarding in NY and the Making a Murderer ...

Season 2 of Dinglecast is finally here! The format will be of shorter, faster episodes, where we talk about mainly two things: - What’s going on in our lives (5...

Why Twitter is like a bar?

I started using Twitter four years ago. I have tweeted 900 times during that time. That´s not a lot of tweets but there is a reason for it, I lost my motivation...

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Let's talk Digital Marketing: Dinglecast Season 2 Sneak ...

Here we are, at the end of a very good year that has given us the new Star Wars movie and a whole Season of Dinglecast.

How to prepare and give a kick-ass presentation

"Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe." - Abraham Lincoln There are a lot of Abraham Lincoln quotes around t...

The art of presenting with Timo Sorri and Oscar ...

In today's episode of Dinglecast we talk about about the art of presenting with Timo Sorri and Oscar Santolalla.   Timo (@timo_havain) is a presentation designe...

Has Slush delivered this year?

This year Slush was bigger. But was it any better? Unfortunately, many of the "normal" participants were not convinced. A normal participant is one of those wit...