Marjo Malin has been designing graphics for published, printed and electronic media. During her career she has designed books, corporate identities, websites, animations, multimedia, information graphics. Marjo’s graphic style, based on minimalism, is ideal designing books, especially art books. She also loves to make illustrations, which have a strange humoristic twist.
Helsinki Academy of Fine Arts Turku Science Park Oy Helsinki Theatre Academy Fairtrade Finland Biocity Turku Municipality of Lieto Åbo Akademi University Wäinö Aaltonen Museum of Art Eduskunta, The Parliament of Finland Turku Art Museum Frame – an organization promoting Finnish art City of Turku Terveystalo ProArtibus Association Of Finnish Sculptors Maahenki Publishing House Schildt & Söderströms Parvs Publishing Ltd Minerva Publishing Ltd Finlandssvenskt Filmcentrum rf Life on a Leaf -association Psychophysical Psychotherapy Association MTV3Internet Telia
Artists Jan-Erik Andersson, Saara Ekström, Kati Immonen, Ipi Kärki, Frank Brümmel, Thom Vink
Marjo Malin Pikisaarentie 4 FIN-20900 Turku Finland
Future success will depend highly on the ability to sharing experiences and skills in professional networks. In addition to sharing data and algorithms, the general understanding of business and the knowledge of users – their needs and the experiences they want to have – need to be expanded.
The European Union has a strong focus on digitalization in the upcoming seven-year period beginning next year. EIDHs (European Digital Innovation Hubs) help especially those companies that are still in the early stages of developing their digital capabilities, while Horizon Europe is meant for those further along.
Various test platforms for SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) will be essential for the testing of new products and services. These require larger investments, advanced skills and a broader knowledge of business processes to be competitive. Knowing the customer’s level of digital maturity better enables the targeting of digital services. More sustainable, data-driven business models require a large number of companies to supply reliable shared data. Targeting both the test platforms and the services naturally becomes a lot easier as the network grows.