• The Thing Formerly Known As An Agency


    Tim Malbon introduced the service design and product innovation company Made by Many.

  • DNA of the Post Digital Agency – Redefining the Genetic Code for the Creative Industry


    Like every other industry, creative agencies have to face the challenges of the post digital era. In this panel discussion at NEXT Berlin 2012 five leading digital agencies discuss this issues and share their vision of the post digital agency.

  • Augmented Reality as a New Creative Medium


    Helen Papagiannis is both researcher and designer. That's why she focuses on how emerging technologies like Augmented Reality can be used as creative media - and she found some interesting ways to do so!

  • The Distributed Artist


    Benjamin Rabe and Fabric Lenny are working on joint projects with other artists from around the world - on their mobile phone. In this talk they explained what it means to be part of a 'distributed artist'.

  • How Can Mobile And 3D Objects Change People’s lives?


    Portable devices are becoming more and more advanced. That's why we're able to use more complex tools on the go. At NEXT Berlin 2012, Hilde Sevens (Autodesk) discussed the changes that were triggered by this development.

  • Knocking On Your Doorstep – How Big Data Will Transform Digital Messaging


    Social, interest and situation graph - how can you utilise all the data available about your customers? Christian Schönknecht explores how big data will revolutionise business.

  • Next Steps in Maps


    What used to be abstract 2D maps are now almost photorealistic representations of the world. At NEXT Berlin 2012 Aaron Rincover focussed on this development and talked about the future of maps.

  • ClearSky Instead of Cloud


    At NEXT12 Robert Schwegler shared his xperience in software development and cloud computing. With the help of various best practice examples he explains what you need to keep in mind when delivering a cloud based service.

  • Smartphone and Tablet Development in 2012/2013: Trends and Best Practices


    What will be the mobile trends in 2012/2013? At NEXT Berlin 2012 Sundeep Madra tried to answer the question.

  • High Performance Mobile


    Steve Souders is Performance Leader at Google and focusses on website speed and mobile performance. At this year’s conference he gave insights into the topic.

  • The Real World Just Got Better


    An appetiser for NEXT Service Design: Andy Hobsbawm talks at NEXT Berlin 2012 about 'digital active identities' - digital services that can be added to any kind of product.

  • NEXT 100


    Sebastian Matthes (WirtschaftsWoche), Christophe Maire (Atlantic Venture), Sven Külper (myTaxi), Ciaran O’Leary (Earlybird Venture Capital)…

  • Min-Kin Mak on the Startup Track


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  • Elisabeth Stangl on the Creative Track


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  • The Call For Mobile Adventure


    At NEXT Berlin 2012 Laurent Burdin gave the audience a tour through the diverse landscape of mobile applications. He shared insights on how to successfully enter mobile territory.

  • The Future of Fashion Blogging


    Time is short and there’s a lot of great stuff on the internet. So services like Bloglovin’ come in handy, when you have too many interests and too little time. Mattias Swenson presents his visual RSS reader and the latest trends in blogging.

  • I Like My Style: Online Goes Print


    First, there was print. Then, there was online. That’s why the vast majority of fashion magazines started as print mags. Websites and blogs were launched later on. ‘I Like My Style’ reversed this process. Adriano Sack explained the concept at NEXT Berlin 2012.

  • My Life As Fashion Blogger and Journalist

    31/07/2012 is not just another fashion blog. Roth converges merges fashion with art, media and culture. In this talk, he presents some of his projects and explains how he earns money with his blog.

  • The Future of Fashion Media


    Internet usage is becoming increasingly fragmented. People spend their time online on a variety of websites. Therefore Glam Media aggregates various blogs, which together reach a critical mass of users and attract advertisers. At NEXT Berlin Ralf Hirt presented the concept.

  • Fashion Revolution


    Regine Harr predicts a radical change in the way we consume fashion and clothes. And she aims at starting the revolution herself.... In this talk she reports about a project that has the potential to do so.

  • Is Hand-Made A Mass Market?


    Does hand-made really have the ability to satisfy the masses? Claudia Helming tried to answer this question in her talk at NEXT Berlin 2012.

  • Social and Commerce: Knitting Grandmothers Go Digital


    Katie Mowat started her own social commerce company, Grannies Inc. In this talk she explains what the core elements of social business are and how she implemented them in her business model.

  • HASENFARM: The Story of a Spreadshirt Partner Shop


    Henning Groß presents the story behind the young label HASENFARM - a Spreadshirt Partner Shop.

  • Next Trends in Clothing Commerce at Spreadshirt


    "The future of fashion is about niches”, Philip Rooke stated at NEXT Berlin 2012. In this talk he shows how Spreadshirt helps smaller labels and unknown designers to find their niche.