Evaluate your ideas and the problems you think you’re solving to make sure you’re not wasting your efforts on a wild-goose chase.
The power of properly framing things cannot be underestimated and - once it’s been skipped - it is pointless to complete retroactively.
Here is a range of proven workshop exercises and tactics that can help you understand who your users/audience/customers are and what they need, what your team’s skill set should look like and how to unpack problems and pesky bottlenecks that could slow your progress and jeopardise your project.
Starting out, heading your business in a new direction, or just looking to firm up your goals? A goal-setting workshop exercise brings clarity, direction and purpose. It’s a bonding exercise for your team, and gives them a clear picture of your group priorities.
If you’re looking for a proven way to generate ideas for your product or service, here are some world-famous ideation workshops you can run yourself.
Maps have always had one primary purpose: to help us see where we are and where to go. A Wardley Map does just that, but for the world we can’t see. It’s a way of revealing the systems that underpin anything - from business to technology.
By now, you've probably been in your fair share of remote sessions. The pros and cons of remote workshops have become clear. Let's look at what's good and bad, and how the best of both worlds might be how we run workshops in the future.
How can we have online conversations without awkwardness, or dominating personalities? This is a step-by-step guide on how to run your own virtual Fishbowl discussion using Figma and/or Miro, so you can have more productive conversations.
This workshop critically assesses what’s going wrong and helps you find out what your options are to solve it, before agreeing on and testing a viable solution.
A content outline workshop helps you create a prioritised list of user needs and a brief for writing content that genuinely helps your customers and users.
This article gives clear instruction how to approach a project with the Lean UX process and mindset, and which Workshop Tactics will help you do that.