Agile Storytelling

What – An agile process to test stories about how people will use products and services, creating a hierarchy for features to build. Why – Figuring out what are the right features to be designed first is difficult. Basing this on a

Agile Storytelling

What – An agile process to test stories about how people will use products and services, creating a hierarchy for features to build. Why – Figuring out what are the right features to be designed first is difficult. Basing this on a

Breaking Biases

What: Often you are told to think outside the box to create innovative ideas but there is no practical way for doing this. By understanding how others think and ideate, we can begin to think outside the box. Why:  To

Breaking Biases

What: Often you are told to think outside the box to create innovative ideas but there is no practical way for doing this. By understanding how others think and ideate, we can begin to think outside the box. Why:  To

Prototyping Big Visuals

What – A quick way to prototype the communication of bigger and more complex visuals. Why –  Communicating concepts inside bigger systems of services and interactions can be tricky. Iterations with paper are much easier by hand and can be more engaging

Prototyping Big Visuals

What – A quick way to prototype the communication of bigger and more complex visuals. Why –  Communicating concepts inside bigger systems of services and interactions can be tricky. Iterations with paper are much easier by hand and can be more engaging

Contextual Photography

What – Contextual photography is a way of documentation to understand/ explore more stories around user or object. Why – As we all know, a single photo tells lots of stories. However, it highly depends on how we see and interpret the photo. For

Contextual Photography

What – Contextual photography is a way of documentation to understand/ explore more stories around user or object. Why – As we all know, a single photo tells lots of stories. However, it highly depends on how we see and interpret the photo. For

Mapping Interactions

What – A holistic visual to map out the interactions between products, services and systems. Why –  In more complex eco systems of products and services the need to understand how things connect and interact on a holistic and individual level is increasingly important.

Mapping Interactions

What – A holistic visual to map out the interactions between products, services and systems. Why –  In more complex eco systems of products and services the need to understand how things connect and interact on a holistic and individual level is increasingly important.

Everyday Binding

What – Binding A4 /A5 booklets or home made sketchbooks efficiently. This process uses only home materials without any stitching which allows the pages to sit flat when the booklet is full opened. Why – This process of binding is

Everyday Binding

What – Binding A4 /A5 booklets or home made sketchbooks efficiently. This process uses only home materials without any stitching which allows the pages to sit flat when the booklet is full opened. Why – This process of binding is

Weekly Question

What – Instagram’s design process is a condensed design process tailored for start-ups. Our main take away is about a weekly process which focuses on ‘shipping‘ and questioning assumptions, although this post mentions their other processes below. Why – With many

Weekly Question

What – Instagram’s design process is a condensed design process tailored for start-ups. Our main take away is about a weekly process which focuses on ‘shipping‘ and questioning assumptions, although this post mentions their other processes below. Why – With many