Services

Design Thinking

Our approach to solving problems is solution-based and human-oriented. We utilize design thinking, a non-linear, iterative process that enables us to understand users, challenge assumptions, and come up with solutions. Design thinking allows us to face challenges head-on with creativity and innovation. With the user in mind, we focus on thorough research, developing ideas, prototyping, and testing.  

What is design thinking?

Design thinking is a human-centered and solutions-based approach to tackling problems. Involving five phases—Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype, and Test—design thinking is an iterative process that re-frames the problem in human-centric ways and adopts a hands-on approach in creating innovative solutions. 

Digital exceptionalism

To have a sustainable advantage in business, you have to reinvent often - that's where design thinking comes into play. Design thinking provides an efficient strategy to keep up with an ever-changing marketplace because, at its core, design thinking is about the intention to improve products. With a clear overview of how users interact with your products and a structured approach, you will be able to make exceptional products. 

The triple diamond approach

Our production cycle enables our projects to flow smoothly from the initial brief to the end delivery. We use design thinking and our agency’s patented triple-diamond approach to guarantee a successful project outcome.

The process is divided into three phases. In the “strategize” phase, we immerse ourselves in the target audience we are designing for to deeply understand their needs. In the “create” phase, we make sense of what we have learned, identify design opportunities, and prototype possible solutions. In the “execute” phase, we bring that solution to life. The first two phases are conducted through workshops, while the third incorporates backlog sessions, sprints, and product improvements. 

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Michael Vromans

Chief Creative Officer

Any questions about Design Thinking?

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