Jeremy Abbett (Google)
One of the first speakers announced for NEXT Berlin 2012 is the post-digital creative Jeremy Tai Abbett. Together with Freunde von Freunden magazine, we accompanied him for a day and talked with him about his projects and thoughts on post-digital.
By Adam Tinworth
What does service design look like in a post-digital world, when the computer and the mobile have faded into the background? Sami Niemelä looks at an age when the magic has passed…
René Obermann (Deutsche Telekom)
At NEXT Berlin 2012 René Obermann, CEO of Deutsche Telekom, established that today the transition between digital and post-digital is complete or at least will be in the near future. In his keynote speech Obermann explained why this paradigm shift represents a threat and a great opportunity at the same time.
Manuel Stolte (SinnerSchrader)
(this workshop session will be held in german)”Post Digital – oder was digital mit Sauerstoff gemein hat und warum wir digital erst an einem richtig spannenden Anfang stehen” Speaker: Manuel Stolte und Jan-Philipp Jacobsen
By NEXT Berlin
Official blogger Dimitris Kalogeropoulos asks if we’re in a social network bubble – or a social media one – and if the bubble bursting will herald the post-digital age.
Chairman and Founder, AKQA, AKQA
Ajaz Ahmed, Founder and Chairman, AKQA Ajaz founded AKQA when he was 21 to create an ideas and innovation company to help organisations embrace the digital revolution. AKQA is the largest and most awarded company in its field with over 1,200 employees worldwide. Ajaz works with leaders every day to […]
By Adam Tinworth
Last week my colleague Martin wrote an excellent post suggesting that Apple was becoming a post-digital company. And I agreed with him. But when I passed the queue you see above at my local Apple Store, where people were waiting patiently – if excitedly – to buy the new iPad that released today, I began […]
By Anja Waltemate
70 days to go until NEXT Berlin 2012 and we’re now very proud to present and announce our first confirmed speakers for 2012. Besides the renowned technology historian George Dyson there are some other names that might meet with your interest.