Our Portfolio

See who we’ve worked for and what we care about.

Our Portfolio

See who we’ve worked for and what we care about.

ORGANIZATIONS

ORGANIZATIONS

CLIENT

A multi-industry business wanted to improve the effectiveness of their global information technology (IT) infrastructure.

DESIGN

We conducted a design thinking workshop where attendees from different global locations formed into design teams focused on developing solutions for four IT challenges that were impacting the entire organization.

CHALLENGES

The team needed to design solutions that would address the following:

  • Outdated operations systems and software lifecycle management
  • The utilization of a common enterprise incident management approach
  • How to get to zero unmanaged devices
  • How to get to zero audit findings

RESULTS

One month from the workshop date, new ideas for prototype solutions were presented to senior leaders.

CLIENT

A global architecture design firm with strengths in research, user experience and design needed help with onboarding.

DESIGN

A design thinking workshop for the organization’s human resources team focused on understanding all the current challenges with their existing onboarding program.

CHALLENGES

How can we reimagine the employee onboarding experience from the offer letter to Day 365?

RESULTS

The team created a more relationship-focused, year-long onboarding experience that will help new employees positively attach to both coworkers and the company mission.

CLIENT

A graduate academic medical center – with six schools that specialize in patient-centered education, research and health care – needed to improve their leadership program.

DESIGN

We developed a series of design thinking workshops to tackle a range of challenges for the organization’s executive leadership development program, focused on learning new approaches to solving complex problems by applying collaborative, design-based methods to co-create solutions.

CHALLENGES

The leadership development program participants worked through a number of design challenges, ranging from new solutions for performance management to how the institution can better recognize the contributions of students, faculty and staff.

RESULTS

Participants left with an understanding of how rapid prototyping and the iterative design process can be used to design solutions for the challenges they face and enhance organizational learning.

CLIENT

A nonprofit focused on improving women’s health wanted to empower their patients to seek and utilize vaccines services in their communities.

DESIGN

We conducted a Lego Serious Play design workshop for 100 of the attendees at their annual conference.

RESULTS

The experience led to new awareness and ideas for doctors to implement in their practices.

GRADE SCHOOL AND HIGHER EDUCATION

GRADE SCHOOL AND HIGHER EDUCATION

CLIENT

A K-12 nonprofit focused on empowering girls wanted to teach its students how to develop better friendships.

DESIGN

For the girls in grades 3 through 8, we utilized a Lego® Serious Play® Method workshop that focused on exploring friendship.

RESULTS

Participants developed new insights into all the components of healthy friendships (and developed new friendships in the process).

CLIENT

A lifestyle health coaching graduate program at a university health science center needed health-based solutions for their senior members that would impact their everyday lives.

DESIGN

We conducted a virtual, semester-long design thinking course integrating multiple digital platforms.

CHALLENGE

We needed to work with eight community centers concurrently.

RESULTS

The group developed new coaching skills, such as empathy interviewing, following the client and helping others see new perspectives. They also designed a prototype program to be implemented by all eight community centers that would improve their impact on the seniors they serve.

VeteranS

VETERANS

CLIENT

A Veterans nonprofit organization wanted to improve how they connected recently transitioned Veterans to the business community.

DESIGN

Utilizing a Lego® Serious Play® Method workshop, Veterans focused on applying the skills they developed in the military to business and entrepreneurship.

RESULTS

Participants left with a better understanding of how they could demonstrate that the skills they developed through their military experiences were valuable to businesses in a variety of industries and professions.