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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FROM OUR BLOG

  • What does it mean to be AI First?

    14/12/2017

    AI is flavour of the month, year and quite possibly the decade. It’s become central to the plans of many of the major technology vendors over the last year. AI is both trendy and, clearly, effective. But what does that mean for us?

    By Adam Tinworth

  • The AI-first world requires new products

    13/12/2017

    It's not enough to simply add an Alexa skill to an existing product, like it wasn't enough to make your website responsive or launch a mobile app without changing anything else. AI-first means reimagining your product for a world driven by AI and voice interfaces.

    By Martin Recke

  • Human experience isn’t a discipline: it’s a mindset

    08/12/2017

    Human experience is in danger of become another buzzword, another piece of jargon. But it's not: it's a critical mindset for building better businesses and products.

    By Adam Tinworth

  • From UX and CX to HX: The Human Experience

    05/12/2017

    We, the users, are not only users. We might be customers, or the product being sold, but we definitely are human beings.

    By Martin Recke