Planning the use of technology - thing big, do it well.
Innovation and Tech Strategy
We plan use of technology and science in products, services and prototypes.
People and ecosystems
We aim to engage stakeholders in innovation processes and create experiences centered on people: customers as well as beneficiaries, depending on their activities, working and social context.
We can adopt design thinking methods and human centered design principles to understand the benefits on behalf of a target audience.
We can implement a mix of qualitiative and quantitative research.
We can commit to desktop research as literature and market research studies, as well as on-field methods like etnographic observations, target groups, administration of questionnairs and A/B tests, to understand why people behave and manifest preferences in a certain way.
We can commit to quantitative approaches like statistical and data-science models on structured or unstructured data, natural language, topological measures on networks, coarse-grained models, regressions, forecasting of timeseries and neural nets to harness automation processes and to understand how complex systems evolve (sometimes in spite of cultural beliefs).
Human Centered Design
We support business processes with needs accessment to map behaviour on to tech functionalities; understand tech requirements and manage end-to-end innovation processes.
Data-science, Prototyping, Products
We support innovation processes with: prototypes; design and architecture of products and services; data-science models and data-driven backends; agile management in design and software development; preparation of project proposals and follow up with project life-cycle methods.
We advice on innovation strategy and engage with best entrepreneurial networks to procure opportunities for creative visionairs and high-performing teams, aiming for social and environmental impact.
We interpret trends, capabilities and limits of technology to envision new ideas of products and businesses. We think in systems, to give particular attention to how a business model impacts “on the others”.