Creative strategies used during the design process.
By first working independently on a problem, then converging to share insights, teams can leverage the benefits of both work styles, leading to rapid data analysis, diverse ideas, and high-quality designs.
This article explores a workshopping technique which helps teams find simple, elegant solutions to the projects they’re working on.
Assumptions Mapping is an exercise in which a cross-functional team can unpack risky assumptions about a new product or service.
The ‘Double Diamond’ process maps the divergent and convergent stages of a design process. Created by The British Design Council, it describes modes of thinking that designers use.
For our most in-depth study ever, Design Council researchers visited the design departments of eleven companies, all world-leaders in their fields.
This pack supports your design research planning in any communication and media design (CMD) project.
We created a playbook of 13 key “plays” that, if followed together, will help government build effective digital services.
Are you missing a long-term goal? This toolbox will help you to outline the future and build a vision towards a better tomorrow.
The UK government's design principles and examples of how they've been used.
A resource kit you can use to apply creative collaboration and unleash potential in your team or organization.
A card game that takes players through a series of practical, guided activities and exercises that are crafted to delight, surprise, and at times challenge.
A menu of thirty-three Liberating Structures to replace or complement conventional practices. Liberating Structures used routinely make it possible to build the kind of organization that everybody wants. They are designed to include everyone in shaping next steps.
NOBL Academy is our library of tools, case studies, essays, and trainings designed to help you bring your culture together during an unprecedented time of uncertainty.
A wide range of toolkits, guides and blueprints covering all kinds of topics, including civic engagement, artificial intelligence, climate change, creativity and more.
A living collection of guides and best practices to help you to make and design openly.
Project of How is a place to store and share creative methods. We dare you to improve your creative output.
Systemic Design Toolkit helps you co-create interventions to tackle organisational and societal complexity.
How can we tap into our own creativity and that inherent in an organization?
The sprint is a five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers.
A collection of methods that helps teams build trust and deliver great work together.
Understand your audience, envision a creative solution, and test your prototype.
This course will help you design better products, services, processes, strategies, spaces, architecture, and experiences.