Now that the weather is slowly getting better in the northern hemisphere, here's eight minutes of sultry sunny vibes.
An amazing example of designing for a real need and understanding your (niche) audience.
The ‘Yayagram’ is a “machine that helps our beloved elders to keep communicating with their grandchildren” by Manu (@mrcatacroquer on Twitter).
See the twitter thread for the full details, from the background to the technological implementation: https://
“There was one path to digital transformation, and it was through a defined set of cultural characteristics that are not unfamiliar: actively increasing agility, encouraging experiments and continual learning, recognizing and rewarding collaboration, accepting an appropriate level of risk of failure, and increasingly organizing around cross-functional teams. If you want to start somewhere, this is where you should start. It doesn't matter what flashy technology you have in place; if you don't have these things, you're not going to get very far.”
Interesting insights, or maybe evidence-based confirmation, of what it takes to do real digital transformation: an open mind, iteration, interdisciplinarity and collaboration.