Player Barometer used in Europa League coverage
The Barometer is managed by UEFA’s product teams as part of a sponsorship with FedEx, now called Performance Zone.
Lawyers are the levers in designing complex services
Our commercial research helps us determine pricing plans and MVP data-sets, but in order to unlock action or permission, we often need legal documentation, contracts and agreements in place.
Free tools for communicating data
We are proud to have launched a new website. tools.aftertheflood.com features our two most popular design tools, London Squared and Sparks.
Market sizing as a service design tool
Our approach with market models is both quantitative and qualitative, mixing methods from traditional consulting and our own design-led thinking. This is rooted in our belief in using all of the tools available to drive project success.
UEFA Barometer update
One example is our work for the UEFA 2016 European Championships Player Barometer, which has evolved into the UEFA FedEx Performance Zone.
Why designing for trust matters
One of the most fruitful answers that we want to talk about is: trust. And specifically, designing for trust – the trust of your business, and the trust of your future users.
Speaking at the O’Reilly AI Conference
We are speaking at the O’Reilly AI Conference in London this October. The title of our talk is “Why designing for trust matters”, where we will delve into some of the ways designers and product teams are thinking about creating systems with transparency, trust and privacy in mind.
scoutAsia – A new service by the Financial Times & Nikkei
We are very proud to have been part of scoutAsia, a new corporate data and news service from Nikkei and the FT. The service provides up-to-the-minute data, news and context on more than 500,000 Asian companies – including private firms – across more than 20 countries in North Asia, South Asia and ASEAN.
GDPR – Creating transparency and trust
GDPR is a great chance to improve the experience of your digital products and services.
How we work with AI
All systems are defined by its inputs as much as its resulting outputs, and it is this principle we use to organise our thoughts when designing for AI.