SAVE YOUR SEAT FOR NEXT18

NEXT Conference 2018 will take place on September 20/21!

THE NEXT EXPERIENCE

The NEXT Conference is a two-day knowledge festival, where you get to explore the complexities of the digital era through multidisciplinary perspectives. Join us in Hamburg, where international visionary thinkers discuss digital trends and their impact on human behaviour, before investigating what this means for your business.

To create a truly memorable conference experience we collaborate with local partners and global brands that assist us with their brainpower, time and energy.

We hope to see you in Hamburg for NEXT18, September 20/21, 2018. Apply for your ticket now!

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We’ll be putting more and more pictures up on Flickr week by week. So, make sure to check back there later, or register for updates from our Flickr page.

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FROM OUR BLOG

  • Planes, Drones and Autonomous Automobiles

    19/01/2018

    Drone-carried bags, autonomous taxis to the airport along with VR in-flight entertainment. These are fever dreams of the near-future from a long-haul departure lounge…

    By Adam Tinworth

  • Two Major Possible Scenarios for Automotive and Mobility

    16/01/2018

    For quite a while, automotive has been the supreme discipline of both the advertising industry and the German economy as a whole. On the verge of the digital transformation (or rather disruption), the question looms whether that will still be the case in the not so distant future.

    By Martin Recke

  • Happiness Is a Warm Gun

    11/01/2018

    In 2017, we've talked a lot about why digital (products) suck(s) and what we can possibly do to make things better. One pretty clear lesson from the past year is that we have to change our design objectives.

    By Martin Recke

  • Happiness by Design means designing for contentment

    10/01/2018

    Designing for happiness is a terrible, terrible idea. And all the serious thinkers who have written about the idea know it.

    By Adam Tinworth