3 Ways to Improve Agile With Design Thinking

by ExperiencePoint

We’ve talked a lot in The Prototype Blog about the many similarities (and differences) between agile and design thinking. Both of these innovation frameworks put customer needs at the center of design decisions; both take a rapid-fire iterative approach to testing and improving on big ideas; and both have been proven to deliver measurable business benefits.

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What’s The Difference Between Agile And Design Thinking?

by ExperiencePoint

Companies looking for more customer-centric innovation strategies often land on one of two concepts: agile methodology or design thinking. Both of these strategies have similar philosophies: gathering feedback from customers and taking an iterative approach to design that will inspire ideas, help teams avoid mistakes, and result in better, faster, and more glorious products.

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Executives Rank Design Thinking as The Best Framework to Drive Innovation

by ExperiencePoint

It’s official: design thinking as a trend has outpaced agile, lean, and many more other frameworks for helping companies create innovative products — at least according to Alchemist Accelerator (AA), a venture-backed business incubator in San Francisco.

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Using Design Thinking to Transform The Employee Experience

by ExperiencePoint

Many software companies have been using design thinking for years to inspire new products, features and evolutions of existing products with the goal of constantly improving the customer experience. Though, fewer have used design thinking to transform their own organizations from within — until the Chicago-based software company, Relativity (formerly kCura), did just that.

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Digital Transformation And Human-Centered Design: You Can’t Do One Without The Other

by ExperiencePoint

If you are embarking on a digital transformation — and let’s face it, every company is — it’s time to start investing in design talent. The success of any digital-first business strategy hinges on the ability to create user-friendly and intuitive technology that leverages data and analytics to solve problems and meet end users’ needs. It doesn’t matter how quickly or inexpensively you build these digital tools, if they don’t meet these needs, it will be a waste of resources.

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