Human-centered design is a way of thinking and creating that puts people first.
Adopting Google Venture’s unique iteration of the method, we follow a 5-step process that breaks down complex problems and creates market-disrupting solutions.
We believe that great ideas come from a lot of listening, a little bit of making, and a ton of empathy.
Unplug from the workplace and experience a week of discovering, learning, and collaborating. We offer workshops that are specific to the ever-evolving challenges and goals of our clients.
Our approach helps you to ideate and solve business challenges, focused on your specific products, customers, and services.
By directing the three core elements of brainstorming, collaboration, and problem-solving in a design thinking workshop, our clients gain invaluable experience refining their strategies.
Our workshops provide a space for teams to ideate freely, explore ideas and choose viable solutions for further development and eventual application.
We have proven to be successful across several industries, including education, retail, finance, and technology. We welcome the opportunity to help you design better results.
Makati Medical Center Foundation partnered up with the Armed Forces of the Philippines to work on improving the quality of the military hospital experience and communication between departments using Design Thinking.Learn More
The TUKLAS team wanted to use Design Thinking as a method to empower diverse communities in the Philippines and help them foster creative thinking, to be able to create innovative solutions for better preparedness in cases of natural disasters.Learn More
ADB sought to inspire design-led collaboration in conjunction with their 6 Pillars of Innovative Thinking. By the end of our program, the participants developed a clear understanding of Human-Centered Design and how they could apply this to their work.Learn More
Absolutely! Just get in touch using the form below, we’d be happy to run a 2-hour Demo for a team of 5-8 members. That’s just the right number to see if our method will work for your organization. We’re sure it will.
You might be interested in a Design Sprint— it’s time-constrained (anywhere from 5 days to 4 weeks depending on the scope) where we use Design Thinking to build and test a new product, service, or feature. Fill out the form and indicate that you’re interested in learning more about Design Sprints.