Why 'cool utility' is the way forward for mobile design

Take That, Samsung, New Era and Adidas are among some of the many big-name brands that have benefitted from Somewhat's 10-years-plus experience in making mobile experiences. The agency is about to launch the Olympics app for Samsung and have a whole host of new apps coming up in the summer. We caught up with some of the crew at OFFF Barcelona...

Computer Arts: What do you all do at Somewhat?
Jon Carney:
I'm the founder and managing partner
Cas Lemmens: I'm a 24-year-old Belgian, working as a creative technologist at Somewhat. I'm very fond of coding, and tinkering with new languages and technologies, and I like to bring that knowledge to the brainstorming table.
Matilda Dackeval: My name is Matilda and I'm a 21-year-old interactive designer from Sweden working with the Somewhat team in art direction, interactive design and user experience.

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