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Reaktor is a digital strategy, design, and engineering company based in New York, Helsinki, and Tokyo.
Reaktor is a digital strategy, design, and engineering company based in New York, Helsinki, and Tokyo.

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Read how we helped Houghton Mifflin Harcourt skip thousands of hours of manual work and get the school year off to a good start.

By the way, we succeeded in doing it a year ahead of schedule.

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“Every day I am happy to come to work. Happy to own my place here. Reaktor is, to me, a mirrored experience to my practice, but in the workplace. How lucky am I?”
Jamie is an Account Director at Reaktor New York, but outside of work, she has another passion. See her way to good work-life balance here:

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"Traveling is a very dynamic task, and users have different needs at different stages of their journey. That is why designing an app for Finnair was an interesting challenge."

Finnair's mobile application has been awarded multiple design awards. In the blog, Vesa-Matti offers a behind-the-scenes tour of its design process.

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"Then, I suddenly wake up to the nagging question of 'Who am I designing this for again?' That cog in the machine working six floors above me, whose everyday life I need to improve to make my client’s organization great again?"

Ever wondered what the right way to design is? Hannu has a thought to share.

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"Data science sounds complex, and it often is. However, the results of data analysis need not – and, indeed, should not – be complex."

In this blog post, Juuso and Kaarlo show how interactive visualization can be used to effectively communicate risk estimates for cancer relapse.

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"Encourage trust and you’ll never recommend men’s shoes to teenage girls again."
Juuso blogs about the relationship between better service personalization, enforced privacy and trust in e-commerce and media businesses.

Join Juuso in discussing increasing transparency and trust in personal data use in the MyData 2016 conference next week!

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This is the story of how Petka created something that became a phenomenon among programmers and software companies around the world:

The fastest and one of the most widely used promise libraries in JavaScript. He dubbed it Bluebird.

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Adam thinks managing people is ridiculous, so he spends his time micromanaging computers instead. He also drinks a lot of coffee and, once the caffeine jitters get strong enough, occasionally blathers on in human language.

Watch the full video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dS4ueck2o_Y

And if you want to know how he ended up at Reaktor: https://reaktor.com/blog/magical_fairy_land/

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It turns out that almost every job is a box. An interview is your opportunity to stuff yourself into that box and see how well you fit. Odds are, you don't fit, and you don't want to be stuffed into a box at all.

Luckily, that's ALMOST every job.

Adam reminisces about his interviewing experiences, and how he found himself in our magical fairy land.

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What's going on with Reaktor Ventures? Liina blogs about their growing team and new investments as well as how the Ventures Clan works.
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