We make things. We get curious and make things to work out ideas. Or we make things for clients. Or we make things just for fun. A lot of the things we've made are useful tools and processes. And they're openly licensed, so here you go!
After completing the Define the Cast exercise (see below), badges are created for the personas that have been identified.
Knowing your audience is key to creating useful products and services. This approach really helps with that.
Reflecting on your own, or your organisation's journey highlights key transitions that have made a difference.
Jump start creativity using a technique that explores connections and gets people pushing the boundaries of their consciousness.
Why do you do the work you do? This approach allows for both retrospectives and forward planning.
A five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers.
The best approach we've found to raise concerns and potential project fails - and take steps to avoid them happening.
Use this activity to frame tough conversations and discuss the opinions of people in the room in a safe and inclusive way.
A non-binary technique to help people reflect on varying degrees of issues they wish to raise.
A set of questions to help people think beyond traditional/constraining concepts of how we recognise abilities but also how recognition can be used in positive (or negative) ways.