How do you harness the focus and energy of a design sprint to tackle the challenge of creating a product vision?Read the case study
When front-end development is undervalued, performance suffers. And when performance suffers, users pay the price.
I am currently still using an Apple iPhone 5.
There, I said it - but for some reason this feels like something of a confession, a nagging thought that I should be ashamed of the ‘old’ technology in my pocket.
In the drive to scale design, organisations often focus on their capability to execute, but forget about their ability to innovate too. In fast-paced markets, your ability to identify and exploit opportunities quickly is crucial to maintaining competitive advantage.
How do you move the learning experience from print to digital, in target markets with notoriously low connectivity?Read the case study
How do you help a traditional high street bank meet the challenge of digital disruption?Read the case study
Running a design sprint for a major ski holiday provider.
Conducting a round of discovery research for a London based Russell Group university.
Presenting design work from a six-week product kickstarter project for a leading global financial firm in London.
Going to America to check out venues for some exciting new events.
Creating a day-long hands-on workshop about design thinking for Web Summer Camp in Croatia.
Putting together an amazing team to begin development work on our open source project, Fractal.