Welcome to the Wolt Blog

When AI met design – from mundane to magical

Here I, for one, welcome our new AI design overlords.

Connecting artificial intelligence with digital product design

TLDR: If you’re a designer, make one summer promise for yourself – familiarise yourself with AI over the summer. Read an article, read a book or go through some case studies. You will thank yourself later.

Shifting from userless design to people-focused collaboration

I am a designer at Wolt – but let me stop you right there. While I work at the hip and cool food delivery app startup, my responsibilities lie somewhat in the dark.

Kuinka onnistuu hesalaisilta lihamuki – Wolt ja Döner Harju tuovat Lahden kansallisherkun pääkaupunkiin

Helsingin ravintolakentässä on ollut lahtelaisen keittiön mentävä aukko jo kymmeniä vuosia. Korjasimme tilanteen.

Shipping without bullshitting – design intern Kerkko has something to say

It was supposed to be a regular chat with a new staff member. It ended up being about onions, crappy design and the definition of good ol’ BS. Read on to learn how to minimize bull and why design alone isn’t magic.

Maksalaatikko, the heart and liver of design

We mangled a classic Finnish dish, liver casserole, through a set of modern design methods. Because we can.

From trends to methods and inspiration – 9 types of design resources we love at Wolt

We started the search for design interns at Wolt a couple months back, and wouldn’t have believed what followed. This article is our way of humbly thanking the awesome people who applied to work at Wolt.

The Scratch: How to reach the beginning?

A few words about the universe, apple pies and the joy of designing from scratch.

Design cultures don’t eat design breakfast

Like it or not – culture is all about work. This goes for designers too.

On the lookout for senior designers

Full disclosure to start with. The first draft of this blog post was titled “The Unbearable Lightness of Finding A New Designer”. Yes. Coming up with a good job ad is hard from the get-go. On top of being cringey, the initial headline made zero sense.