The aftermath of a Design Sprint is often disappointing. Ideas that during the week seemed great, are now being shelved ‘for later’. We have the key to make true innovation work in any organisation and making the most of your beloved Design Sprint.
Did you know frogs can write? Here, we reflect on the digital world. Get a glimpse of what’s trending, see the future of innovation, and learn what’s keeping us busy.
Life in our frog pond is bouncy and bubbly. Here, we keep you up to date on our teams, our clients, our office, and exiting things we’re working on.
Great products require more than just hard work. We use Agile teams to keep our frogs efficient, effective, and satisfied. Here, we explain how we work.
We believe user experiences should be engaging. That’s why our designers take a human-centered approach. Here, we share our design process.
Our developers make sure all of our products are smooth, stable and secure. Here, we discuss what’s going on under the hood.
Innovation & AI
We believe artificial intelligence will revolutionize the future of customer interaction. Here, we look at AI and other innovations that will change the game.
The digital landscape is changing all the time. Operating systems evolve and new platforms keep popping up. Here, we keep track of those developments.
Staying alive in the digital jungle requires any organization to stay nimble and think ahead. Here, our strategists share the opportunities they see.
The digital world is a fascinating place. Here, we keep track of the things that inspire us, catch our attention, or simply makes us go ‘wow!’
We love to help our clients with their strategy. Sometimes what is asked by clients purely contains a mobile issue and other times we look at the bigger picture together with our Oxyma colleagues, and help clients out with their omni-channel strategy of which mobile is an important part.
The previous blog of our strategy series was about the mobile mind shift and how to approach this on a strategic, tactical and operational level. We asked you to start with thinking outside-in and put the customers needs and their user experience first.