This stage identifies friction in people’s interactions with your brand, whether for internal or external users.
Using design thinking, this is where we come up with creative ways to solve the problem clearly defined in the previous stage.
This stage weaves design and technology together, ensuring interoperability and overall business functionality.
Technology is always changing. With a long-term view, we work with you to make sure a project done today will also serve tomorrow and beyond.
Equip your team with an understanding of innovation frameworks and techniques, as well as how to make use of current & emerging technologies.
We’ve been running a special innovation course at multiple Australian universities and executive groups. Talk to us to arrange a customised workshop for your company or choose from our existing offerings.
Take your idea from A to Z. Think of us as your planning and production partner who puts in blood and sweat over the long run.Success Stories
Make support systems and processes mobile to better serve customers and empower your workforce. These include both customer-facing and internal processes.Success Stories
Smooth out your customer’s buying journey with a holistic experience design that takes into account online retail (eCommerce, mCommerce) and complementary services.Success Stories
Cut through the clutter and explore how your products can form an ecosystem that hooks customers in the long run.Success Stories
We help you apply proven methodologies from the world’s pioneers in human-centred design and innovation. From IDEO - the global design firm that popularised Design Thinking: An innovative solution is most successful with the right overlap of outcomes identified by the three lenses below.
Identifying different tiers of users and clarifying their needs. Who is the end-user and who is the payer?
A robust evaluation of the technical options that can realise the solution. Not what’s the latest but what’s the most suitable.
Understanding whether a client or market can support the innovation with appropriate resources. Is it viable and scalable?