SMSLivräddare wins inUse Award 2019

“A digital lifeline that can make anyone into a hero. A mobile lifebuoy in every persons hand. SMSlivräddare does what the name implies – saves lives though smart digital communication!” – Thus reads the motivation for the winner of the inUse Award 2019, who just so happens to be SMSLivräddare, one of ayonds clients.

SMSlivräddare is an app with a very important purpose: to save lives. Users of the app need to have a documented knowledge in CPR, and should someone need their assistance they will recieve an alarm about it so that they could do what they can to assist. The thought is that the app will make someone at the scene before even healthcare personell has arrived, since the first moments after a sudden heart attack are the most vital.

InUse Award is about displaying good examples of Swedish solutions that makes their users everyday life simpler and more enjoyable. They focus on usability and the whole experience instead of just the look of it. SMSlivräddare won 25 000 SEK and two tickets to From Business to Buttons 2020 – Europe’s primary conference on User Experience.

“Huge congratulations to SMSlivräddare for winning inUse Award 2019! Feels great to work together with you” says Fredrik Aldegren, Head of Business Development at ayond.

New design for Indiska

“Have you noticed the beauty all around you? – the opening line from a song by Åke Thambert, one of the people who has shaped the Indiska brand into what it is today. The line is not about Indiska specifically, but it is undeniably fitting. Indiska is the store that want to display its passion for India, the countries craft, colors and materials. And they are in need of ayond’s help.

They are going through major changes, and their e-commerce is a big part of this. Therefore, they need help with UX- as well as design for several parts of their system, among other things their omnichannel and their loyalty club and its graphical profile which needs to be fully responsive. The new design for Indiska has been noted in this article in Market.

ayond is going to work on design and UX in several projects. It is still too early to reveal anything more than that, but you can expect big changes. Just imagine how beautiful it will be around you!ring er!

ayond goes to Nordic.js

Nordic.js is a single track JavaScript conference with talks by internationally renowned speakers and rising stars in the JavaScript community. Previous speakers includes Karolina Szczur, Guillermo Rauch, Rachel Andrew, Mariko Kosaka, and Jeremy Keith. The 10-11th of October this years version of Nordic.js goes underway. At ayond we have three developer going to the conference; Robert Horngren, Anna Lindström and Viktor Andersson.

Nordic.js is made by developers for developers. Their ambition is to inspire but also to be inspired, to meet and learn from others and to strenghten the JavaScript community.

Robert, Viktor and Anna had this to say about the conference.

Robert: I’m mostly hoping to be inspired. I want to be aware of whats going on in tech; whats available today but also what will be in the future. Earlier years I have followed Noric.js’s live stream and thats what really got me interested to actually be there. It’s very innovative, what they talk about; it might not be things you use today, but they are at the forefront of showing what is possible to do with JavaScript.

Viktor: I heard of the conference through their other event Code in the Dark, where i participated a few times. I wanted to go after I was told about it by some other participants I know.

Anna: I also heard of it through Code in the Dark, in which I will actually participate this year! I’m looking forward to many of the speakers, primarily the ones talking about React, React Native, Typescript, VR & AR and TensorFlow.

Guldbrevs new sites

Guldbrev buys the gold you don’t need, quick and easy over the internet! But to be the best in the business they have to innovate and adjust. In the sprong of 2018, Google introduced some changes that would have a negative impact on sites with separate mobile and desktop sites. Guldbrev would have been affected by these changes.

Guldbrevs websites used old EPiServer-versions, and Guldbrev felt that the licenses cost more than they offered. They also wanted new UX and UI design, as well as appear higher on Google searches to better reach their target audience.

We conducted studies, workshops and SEO analysis to prepare for the project. ayond has now created new sites, and thereby new experiences, for Guldbrevs’ end users. This includes outside Sweden, since Guldbrev are active in Norway and Finland as well, and these markets require their own sites.

But the work is not over! ayond continues to implement new functions like Bank-ID, and conduct A/B tests in order to make the site into the best it can possibly be.

If you want to knoe more about the project you can do so here.

Swedens new marketplace for housing

Swedens new marketplace for housing! The site is not yet up, but it is on its way!

ayond works with a basis in our innovation model. When working with innovation, we apply different models depending on what type of project it is. Books like “Business Model Generation” and “Lean Startup” have been great inspirational resources.

Ayond has together with Bonytt developed a new concept for the housing market. The project has consisted of market surveillance, target group analysis, interviews and mapping of customer journeys for relevant target groups.

Ayond has also worked with the visual design.

Service design and innovation for Agilokliniken

Whether you need a naprapath in Stockholm, rehabilitation in Södermalm, chiropractor in Tumba or naprapath in Solna, Agilokliniken’s broad network is at your service. They are currently 29 co-workers split among five offices. These are in Stockholm City, Södermalm, Tumba and Arenastaden in Solna. At Agilokliniken the patienten is always focus, and they try to be as attentive as possible. When they notice something troubling a patient is within a co-workers area of expertise, they file an internal remit to achieve the best possible result.

ayond works with a basis in our innovation model. When working with innovation, we apply different models depending on what type of project it is. Books like “Business Model Generation” and “Lean Startup” have been great inspirational resources.

With a grounding in service design and innovation methodology, we examine how we can improve the client experience and support the treatment process through digital tools.

We start with a Discovery phase consisting of two moments:

Part 1: Understand

Part 2: Define & Ideate (utforma)

Followed by the next step; concretizing the digital service developed. This part can look diffrent depending on what insights earlier parts provided, but can, for example, involve prototyping and user tests.

The project resulted in a prioritized and time-constrained backlog/requirement specification for digital tools, which simplify the treatment process for both employees and clients

New mobile service for Datscha

Datscha AB is a world-class software-as-a-service provider (SaaS) of web-based services for information and analysis of commercial facilities. Datscha was founded in 1996 and today it is active in three markets; Sweden, The UK and Finland. The majority of Datscha’s clients are active in the finance or property market.

Ayond assists with architecture and development of their global mobile service. The service is developed for Android and iOS and it utilizes React Native.

Ayonds partner presents their product on national television

Our client MediTuner recently presented their innovation AsthmaTuner on national TV-cannel TV4.

Last year, Socialstyrelsen reported some big problems for patients suffering from asthma, and a big issue is that the healthcare industry just did not have enough time. AsthmaTuner was developed to help solve this problem.

ayond has been been developing a service for diagnosing and treatement for asthma patients. AsthmaTuner is the first complete self-care system for asthma and is made out of patient-apps and a medical interface. It is a self-diagnosing test that provides objective feedback on how to adjust medication for optimal treatment. MediTuner was concieved in the KI Innovation Incubator.

Watch consultant doctor and founder Henrik Ljungberg talk about AsthmaTuner.

Yonyfy has been chosen to participate in Almi pitch

The ayond startup YONYFY is one out of 10 chosen startups from all across sweden to participate in the Almi Pitch Event during Åre Business Forum 27-29th of March 2019. In the YONYFY app you can collect digital player cards of sports stars, create your own personalized card, play the manager game, find news and get live updates from the games. The YONYFY platform is used by Handbollsligan (mens handball), SHE (womens handball), HockeyAllsvenskan and SHL (mens hockey leagues).

The pitch event itself is arranged by Almi Invest, with the purpose of pitching to investors, form new and interesting contacts and the chance to win 100 000 SEK, and the glory of winning, of course! Each of the 10 companies pitch their startup for two minutes on the main stage in front of the entire audience. After that, the potential of each business idea is judged, as well as the presenters ability to convey the idea in


ayonds startup YONYFY är ett av 10 utvalda startups från hela Sverige som deltar i Almis Pitchevent under Åre Business Forum 27-29 mars 2019. I YONYFY appen samlar du på digitala spelarkort på stjärnor, skapar ditt egna spelarkort, spelar managerspel, hittar nyheter och får live resultatuppdateringar från matcherna. YONYFYs plattform används av Handbollsligan (herr), SHE (handbollsligan dam), HockeyAllsvenskan och SHL. Själva pitch eventet arrangeras av Almi Invest med syfte att pitcha för investerare, bygga nya intressanta kontakter och samtidigt ha chansen att vinna ära och 100 000 sek. Alla 10 bolag pitchar två minuter på stora scenen inför alla besökare. I tävlingsmomentet bedöms potentialen i affärsidéerna samt talarens förmåga att förmedla dessa i pitchen. Panelen tar ut de tre bolag som går till final. Finalen körs sedan sista dagen, där tre bolag pitchar två minuter och publiken avgör vilket bolag som vinner.

ayond takes on the Breakit Impact Challenge

With climate change looming over us all, Breakit has issued a challenge to its readers – the digital business world – to do their very best to become climate-aware and, in the long run, become climate-neutral.
At ayond we accept the challenge, and will work towards becoming a more sustainable company. There are a lot of reasons to do what we can so that we, and in turn the country, can become more climate adjusted. To begin with, we have established a travel policy for our employees, which is the first task for the companies participating in the challenge. Breakit lists six points that illustrate how important the issue really is (list is taken directly from Breakit Impact Challenge ):

  1. Sustainable companies are more profitable. Several studies, among others this one, from Robert G Eccles at Harvard, have established this hopeful fact.
  2. A sustainable profile can also help you recruit the best. According to a Sifo study issued by Swedbank, companies that make an effort to be sustainable are vastly more attractive as employers.
  3. Seven out of ten swedes are ready to pay more for a product or service if they know that the company that produces it works to limit climate change according to a study by Naturvårdsverket.
  4. The Paris accord dictates that the global increase in temperature has to be kept below 2 degrees, and we will work for it to stay at 1.5 degrees. That means everyone has to help, including companies.

    “It is not impossible to limit the heating to 1.5 degrees. But that does require a never before seen effort by all of society” said Hoesung Lee, spokesperson for UN:s climate panel IPCC at the end of 2018.

  5. If the heating does reach 2 degrees (the medium temperature has already increased by 1 degree since pre-industrial levels) the consequences will have a drastic effect on hundreds of millions of people, according to the IPCC.
  6. Swedens emissions has been reduced by 26 percent since 1990, but only 0,5 percent between 2016 and 2017, according to Naturvårdsverket.