Category Archives: intention-value-network

Open Source is more than free software

The open source movement has been popularised by the geeks, who benefited immensely from the collaborative power of the internet. The notion of open source has been around for centuries albeit in small communities where knowledge sharing was a way … Continue reading

Posted in Digital Home, intention-value-network, open source, societal digital infrastructure | Leave a comment

Designing public services

I have earlier blogged about service design and last week at the 1st Nordic conference on Service Design and Service Innovation conference I met a number of very skilled people from different domains. It just reinforced my thinking about the … Continue reading

Posted in citizens' portal, intention-value-network, knowledge sharing, rich experiences, societal digital infrastructure | Leave a comment

Designing services and experiences

The folks over at the AT ONE project are studying service innovation and have some very cool and practical ideas. Ideas that really excite me, because they talk to my ideas about the digital society (my first post here). After … Continue reading

Posted in crowdsourcing, intention-value-network, White-labelling | Leave a comment

From Digital Home to Digital Society

The Digital Society is a term I came up with some time ago, with the idea of extending the “hype” of the Digital Home to other areas like school, eGovernment etc. I hope the term Digital Society does not suffer … Continue reading

Posted in consumerisation of IT, intention-value-network, rich experiences, White-labelling | 1 Comment