We create communications and experiences - found on human perception - to boost sound and sustainable behaviours.
We bust genres, beautify the human experience, and place people's well-being center stage.
Whateverland helps companies and organisations impact people's behaviours in a positive way through behavioural informed communication, product development, context specific interventions, visual & auditory design, and through architecture & interiors – and we love to blend them together.
We help you create digital customer experiences as well as physical experiences for sound and sustainable behaviours - in a multitude of different areas and industries.
We consists of a divers set of people ranging from academic researchers, engineers, sound designers, behavioural scientists, artists, data scientists, and architects - igniting the collective inertia created by our shared capacities.
Our people dig deep into their talents and unearth their greatest parts. We want nothing less than all of everyone.
We can take on the full process from research and insight, product development & design, to launch. Or we come in as experts within a certain part of the project.
Our expertis is in human perception and behaviours. Everywhere where there is a human- environment interaction we can help out. Our clients come from widely different industries; Tech/AI, Telecom, NGOs, culture & art, and finance & fintech.
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We are funded by several grants within innovation and arts to research new ways on how to empower companies and organisations to impact people's behaviours in a positive way.
With our behavioural scientists, developers, sound designers, architects, and academic researchers, we always have ongoing in-house research projects where we develop new theories, products, and knowledge.
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We love building things and put the human experience and wellbeing center stage.
We're designing and building our own products and services within soundscaping and sonification. One of our main focuses lies in how soundscapes can alternate how we perceive our surronding, increase wellbeing, and support for sustainable behaviours to occur.