“A pen mightier than ever”, Apple Pencil’s game-changing Scribble just made handwriting relevant

Key takeaways Apple pencil’s input with text conversion now works in almost any application on your iPadOS, enabled by feature “Scribble”. A new e-pencil standard is likely established. You can now include handwriting with an end-to-end digital workflow. Pen in hand reading, highlighting and note-taking in PDFs works great with a digital pencil. How do… Continue reading “A pen mightier than ever”, Apple Pencil’s game-changing Scribble just made handwriting relevant

Dear Powerpoint, I don’t know what you are. But these are your 10 problems

By: Alexandra Kafka Larsson, support by Jonathan Hörnhagen and the community I wrote about Powerpoint 10 years ago on this blog and it is time for a revisit. The slide deck is something most people love to hate and hate to love. It also feels relevant as with more remote workers, sharing screens is becoming synonymous… Continue reading Dear Powerpoint, I don’t know what you are. But these are your 10 problems

Our 11 reasons why innovation for Knowledge Work have stalled

Tales from the intelligence community By: Alexandra Larsson and Jonathan Hornhagen Over the past 20 years, we have seen an explosion of digital information and new amazing pieces of software. During the majority of that time, I (Alexandra) served as an intelligence officer for the Swedish Armed Forces and felt the change to adapt coming… Continue reading Our 11 reasons why innovation for Knowledge Work have stalled

Exercising digital thinking and why Highlighter Pens are really bad

Insights, software showcase, and our manifesto for the transformation of content highlights To fully utilize transformative technologies we have to move beyond our analog habits and our analog mindset. But what does that mean and how can it be practiced? How do you change an analog mindset to be a digitally transformative one? In this… Continue reading Exercising digital thinking and why Highlighter Pens are really bad