Category Archives: design thinking

Hyper Island Toolbox

Workshop Design Canvas

 

Build on years of workshop planning and facilitation experience.

Dramatic arc

Reminds you to maintain a dramatic arc, and not get lost in the details of the workshop steps.

Before and After thoughts

Workshops begin way before the participants show up, and hopefully have an impact way after the venue is cleaned up and empty.

Workshop Governance

Having dedicated responsibilities makes running complex workshops easier

 

Created by Service Designers for Service Designers

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Karoly Treso LinkedIn profile

 

Laszlo Agoston LinkedIn profile

 

Francis Szakacs LinkedIn profile

 

Zoltan Havasi LinkedIn profile

BY SYUZI PAKHCHYAN The way we interact with our devices is dramatically changing. Instead of stroking screens, we are chatting with digital assistants. Instead of searching for information, we are seeking advice. Instead of looking to be entertained, we are expecting to be understood. As we seamlessly transition from screen-based interfaces to voice-first interactions, we […]

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Design@Darden – Design Thinking Tools

Darden School at UVA

“When it comes to Design Thinking in practice, there are three inextricable truths. It is better to do things by hand when you’re in discovery mode. Live interaction with stakeholders and users yields the best results. Designers are always seeking to add new tools to their toolkit, especially those that enhance communication and organization.

It is in the spirit of this final truth that we have collected the following list of online tools for inclusion in your toolkit. We have grouped each set by the process enabled or enhanced. There is a fourth axiom at work here too; free is the nicest price. We spent some time with each of these tools to verify usability, functionality and viable feature sets. If you encounter a link that is no longer working, please let us know.”

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