Unmethod offers diverse web publishing software, hardware and services, from site design and architecture, to content creation and amplification, to enterprise grade e-commerce, resource planning and hosting solutions. Our work is based on an integrated, open source approach that aims to give our clients a thorough understanding of, and complete control over, their content and related data. Open, interconnected data matter, now more than ever.
We also offer editorial services, for all your English language content needs. Provide us with a first draft of your English language copy, and Unmethod will do the rest — using a rigorous research and drafting process, we transform rough concepts into concise and logically continuous narratives. Clear, original language matters, now more than ever.
Niko Luoma — Self-Titled Adaptation of La Danse (1910)
Since 2008, we have collaborated with a long-standing and eclectic group of clients who work in various fields, including furniture by Poiat, Nikari, Hakola and LumoKids; carpets by Finarte and Sera Helsinki; candles by Desico; all things paper by Papershop; Japanese goods and sundries by Common; leather bags and accessories by Lumi Accessories; cryogen-free dilution refrigerator measurement systems by Bluefors; houses and apartments by Sajucon; art works by Niko Luoma, Visa Norros and Matti Kujasalo (forthcoming).
We also provide assorted editorial and web services for larger corporations and non-governmental organizations, including Marimekko and the Finnish Refugee Council.
Weekend viewing, no. 04: Chet’s Romance, a short film by Bertrand Fèvre: “I am definitely a romantic. I don’t think life is really worth all the pain and effort and struggling, if you don’t have somebody that you love.”
We spent far too much time playing with this today: “In celebration of 50 years, Roland has collaborated with sound designer Yuri Suzuki to create Roland50 Studio, a digital reworking of some of their most famous and influential devices.”
Elisa Gabbert revisits W.H. Auden’s Musée des Beaux Arts, with extended, interactive annotations. Usability note for our mother: just keep scrolling!