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    Design Thinking, applied.

    We apply Design Thinking to help you to solve your most compelling challenges - increasing sales - or reducing costs. This means Design Thinking combined with Salesforce - as a No-Code digital platform.

     

    Ian Smith

    Design Thinker

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    Being Curious

    Think like a designer.

    Design Thinking means just that - thinking like a designer. This is all about being curious: asking questions, challenging business-as-usual. We apply a 5-step Design Thinking method to drive quick wins.

    Being Visual

    It is No-Code first.

    We combine Design Thinking with No-Code digital innovation on the Salesforce Lightning Platform. This enables us to deliver enterprise apps 10x faster versus traditional coding approaches to digital innovation.

    Being Engaged

    Empathy Mapping is key.

    The first step in our Design Thinking method is key: Empathize. Through online workshops, we ensure that all stakeholders engage in exploring each problem to be solved or value to be created with cloud apps.

    Being Accountable

    Pay for deliverables, not hours.

    The first step in our Design Thinking method is key: Empathize. Through online workshops, we ensure that all stakeholders engage in exploring each problem to be solved or value to be created with cloud apps.

    Being Competitive

    No-Code means costs saved.

    By taking a No-Code First with Salesforce Lightning Platform we eliminate the bloat of business-as-usual syntax programming of full stack apps. Our Design Thinking method focus on quick wins.

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    Our Storyboards.

    Buyer-led Forecasting.

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    Increasing Sales Effectiveness.

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    Design Thinking Platform.

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    Our Three Design Principles.

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    Consulting Firms Go Non-Linear.

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    Design Thinking and the NHS.

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  • Blog

    Thoughts on Design Thinking, applied.

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    December 20, 2019
    Here are 3 Design Principles when applying Design Thinking to creating next generation Web,...
    August 19, 2019
    Ethnography is the structured study of people and cultures. Jay Hasbrouck is a strategist and...
    Design has become mainstream thinking: Design Thinking. This may be defined as a method and set...
    This is a first blog post in my Management History Series, reviewing words of wisdom from my...
    April 14, 2019
    In a new book on Design Thinking - The Design Thinking Playbook by Michael Lewrick, Patrick Link...
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