1. Since you have several posts on Philips Design, did you know that they also do work for companies outside of Philips?

    This is true as long as there is not a conflict of interest by a direct competition.

    Philips Design is taking a lead position in some areas of experience design like there work around Ambient Experience.

  2. Just found a cool way of “meeting” the guy who wrote the book on “The Experience Economy”
    There’s a free webinar on August 18, wher Joe discuss experience marketing and explore how companies areusing the power of experiences to differentiate from competitors and engage customers

    In his book, Pine discusses how smart companies are staying competitive by
    learning to wrap high-value experiences around their products and services. In this
    seminar he will discuss the importance of creating experiences that connect with
    customers in an inherently personal way and keep them engaged, informed, and coming back
    for more.

    For anyone wanting to attend, here are the details:
    What: The Experience Economy and Its Impact on Your Business
    Who: B. Joseph Pine II, co-founder of Strategic Horizons and co-author of
    Experience Economy: Work Is Theatre & Every Business a Stage”
    When: Thursday, August 18, 10:00—11:00 am, Pacific Time
    Where: For more information or to register for the web seminar, go to:

    The first 100 people to attend this web seminar will receive a copy of
    selling book, “The Experience Economy: Work Is Theatre & Every Business a

  3. At the risk of sounding like a shameless self-promoter, I’d love to see MAYA Design on this list as well. We’ve been at it since 1989.

  4. I think there’s a difference between web UX companies like Adaptive Path (or my own small shop nForm in Canada) and people that are looking at holistic experience across channels.

    Firms that come to mind in the latter category that I didn’t see above are Doblin, Jump, Conifer, Ziba, Stone Yamashita…that said, at nForm we are doing more and more outside of the web…

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