Category Archives: rich experiences

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

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Chrome for deeper user experiences

Looks like Chrome may be taking the role of the operating system. What with all those nifty net-based applications building up on Google’s home page. Google Docs is all set to take on MS Office, the features keeping increasing and … Continue reading

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Web 2.0 is rolling on. I just came across these two pieces of software Flock (link) and Viewzi (link). Flock is a social-web browser based on Mozilla, that gives a hint of the potential to develop specialist browsers. I’m not … Continue reading

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Software platforms for NGOs – Open Source is more than software

Open Source is definitely reaching the 2.0 state and becoming a real alternative to commercial software. However, most of all it proposes value to take “Social Networking” to the NGOs and non-profits who work tirelessly to make changes in their … Continue reading

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A couple of days ago, I signed in to the Norwegian Government’s citizens’ portal Minside (myPage) for the first time. myPage gives me access to information about me, that is registered in some of the Government registers. I can also … Continue reading

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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

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