Our award-winning maps help people around the world to discover, understand, share and make an impact.
We operate in the intersection of physical environments, digital services and human interaction. Usually we work with our clients the whole way through from the idea into the execution, often even further.
A map-based responsive website made for the city of Espoo through which citizens and event organizers can participate in Espoo Day celebrations.
Three tablet apps created for Helsinki City Museum that allow the visitors to experience the history of the city through maps, photographs and other historical material.
A series of map-based extensions to Helsinki’s participation platform Kerrokantasi. Made in collaboration with the City Planning Department, Public Works Department and City Executive Office.
A game designed and built for the city of Espoo through which citizens can participate in the planning of their surroundings and influence public spending on a neighborhood level.
A survey tool made for Helsinki City Planning Department that helped thousands of Helsinki-dwellers to share their views on wind power and the constructing of wind power plants.
A campaign site for WWF Finland, through which almost 10 000 Finnish individuals, companies and communities participated in the world’s biggest climate event.
A search engine made for the Architectural Information Centre Finland that gathers data from several sources and presents the best of Finnish architecture on a mobile-friendly map.
A concept made for the City of Helsinki’s Youth Department, summing up services aimed at youth in one window for better accessibility and wider outreach.
A development project made for Helsinki Airport that resulted in new ways of presenting the airport services, for example through tailored maps and other customer-driven solutions.
A social map designed for a Finnish startup that allows millions of people around the world to discover and share interesting events near them.
A site made for the Dutch collective, allowing individuals and communities around the world to form the world’s biggest outdoor café once a month.
A registration service for the Helsinki-based food event, that helped the event spread into over 50 countries and grow into the world’s biggest food festival in just a couple of years.
Open Finland Challenge 2015
The Mayor's Innovation Competition, City of Espoo
Quality Innovation of the Year competition, Laatukeskus – Excellence Finland
Service Design Award, Service Design Network
Vuoden Huiput – The Best of Finnish Advertising and Design competition, Grafia
Apps4Finland 2014 Competition
Apps4Finland 2013 Competition
Apps4Finland 2013 Competition
Some Awards Finland, Aller Media
Best Mobile Service in Finland Competition, Teleforum ry
Best of Helsinki vote by Helsinki City Tourism and Convention Bureau
Awarded by Helsinki City Library and Cultural Committee
Ministry of Education and Culture Finland