Category Archives: Founder

Aboriginal Australian Culture and Knowledge Scaled Through VR

Knowledge goes hand-in-hand with responsibility. It’s handed down from generation to generation so that wisdom is never forgotten. We are guided by knowledge and exist in this world by learning about the relationship which exists between us and the land. Knowledge isn’t a right, but rather, accessing higher levels of knowledge is a sacred practice…
Read more

Importance of Equality and Diversity in Technology

We regard equality and diversity to be of high importance and are areas we believe should be addressed in the wider technology community. Everyone should have access to the same educational opportunities, experiences and be able to enter a workplace they are passionate about. Regardless of gender. This includes the opportunity for young women to learn…
Read more

Learning from Mistakes

Anyone who knows me well also knows that I love technology. I spend all day working on technology-based projects at Devika; I am lucky to have a job where I can do what I love. Luckily, I have had the good fortune of working in industries which I am truly passionate about. This includes a…
Read more

The Background on Ventures

Since the inception of Devika we have supported technology-focused companies and founders. With Devika’s growth, this support has evolved into its own branch known as Devika Ventures. Ken Kencevski, Devika Founder and Managing Director, has a passion for technology and its ability to complement emerging businesses. This passion is shared with our Devika Venture’s Co-founder…
Read more

Sally Fitzgibbons; Devika Brand Ambassador for Kolb

Devika is excited to have Australian surfing icon Sally Fitzgibbons on-board as a brand ambassador for Kolb. Kolb is a virtual reality (VR) application which delivers Australian curriculum content to students. The new approach utilises experiential learning and engages students through gamification and the use of interactive, emerging technologies. The first scenario within Kolb ‘transports’…
Read more