E-meet our amazing chef Ida. Her pallet is unike; enabling her to build flavours like a pro. Adapts to many cuisines, but prefers (and stellars in) Asian.
She is one of the reasons why many of us never want to work from home, and many of our clients ask if they can combine meetings with lunch at the Dekode HQ. As if this wasn’t enough, she is an engineer by education and a runner by heart. Ida, you rock!
When Magne Ilsaas became a father to Tollef (3), he wanted knowledge about Down syndrome, but drowned in a jungle of information. So instead of panicking, he founded Oppsiden.no, a knowlegde bank at the new plattform Nisje.io. More @shifter.no.
We’ve been working two years on Nisje.io, a social knowledge sharing platform. Last Friday we were thrilled to launch the first open version of it, with our Prime Minister in the house! Oppsiden.no is a community for anyone who wants to learn more about Down Syndrome or share experiences and knowledge. Thx to Norwegian Network for Down Syndrome for a good cooperation!
Kitchen for a family of fifty. A professional kitchen in home-like clothing. The web-gurus at Dekode (@dekodeno) moved recently into new headquarters in downtown Oslo. The full floor of this prominent corner building was totally transformed by architect firm Brandl into an open space creativity pot. We were trusted with the task of solving the kitchen part along with few other segments of the grand project. Turned out pretty well actually.
This month’s Friday Inspo was all about drawing. We had @aasetegner for a visit and she showed us how drawing can be very useful as a communication tool; both at work and in life in general✏️🗒 Thanks for the inspirational session, Åse🙌
S/O to our Norwegian followers: vi leter etter flere utviklere, både back-end, fullstack og en support engineer. Er det deg eller kjenner du noen som vil jobbe i et sterkt fagmiljø med både designere og utviklere, sentralt i Oslo? Bonuspoeng om man er 💚WordPress-entusiast💚 fra før, men ikke et absolutt must. Link i bio
Most of you know that five pieces of fruit/veg a day is good for you, but did you know it’s good for the environment too? If every fifth Norwegian picks up five pieces of trash from the streets everyday, we reduce the amount of trash ending up in the sea and forest by 35 tons!😳 Are you in for the challenge? #5forhvalen ❤️🐳 And oh, we made the web page for loop.no 😊 WordPress, of course👊