The Anchors and Sails Workshop Activity (or Sailboat Retrospective) works great for new project kick-offs as well as agile retrospective meetings. Identify potential opportunities and challenges at the beginning of the project cycle. Use our simple Four-Step Guide to help facilitate it.
When companies invest in UX Design, they can save millions of dollars each year by reducing user errors through simple usability improvements and increased ease of learning.
After facilitating hundreds of collaborative project workshops (including design workshops and innovation sessions), we use this simple process to ensure the highest possible engagement from participants.
Leverage the Seven Skills of Improvisation as you prepare for your next Design Sprint. Improve engagement and increase the likelihood of a successful Design Sprint outcome.
Writing “How Might We” notes (or HMWs) is often practiced as a collaborative exercise by teams at the beginning of a project or strategic initiative.
As an organization evolves its UX Design capabilities, those accountable for change need to understand their current level of UX Maturity to plan and execute a roadmap that targets a measurable vision of success.
User Experience Design has become the most critical factor in determining an organization’s success in market share, customer satisfaction and customer retention.
Design thinking is a process for solving complex problems and exploring innovation opportunities.
Customers are increasingly choosing products and services based on the quality of their overall experience. The need for companies to establish a superior Customer Experience has never been stronger.