Why Choose a Headless CMS Platform?

A Headless CMS is a content management system where the "web head" (i.e. the rendering of the web pages) is not part of the system, hence the term "headless". Headless CMSs do not deliver web pages, but collect and distribute content via APIs, leaving the website front-end to fetch and display the content.
How Do You Frame the Problem During a Design Sprint

How do you Frame the Problem during a Design Sprint?

The entire first day of a Design Sprint focuses on understanding the problem and its nuances. This first step is significantly important in that the stages following rely on it fully to achieve success. Not only is it about finding the right problem that can be effectively resolved by the Design Sprint, but also positioning it to be confronted directly, based on prioritizing criteria such as cost, time, impact, and any other relevant parameters. 
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What Are the Benefits of Design Sprints?

Part Four of a Multi-part Series on Design Thinking & Innovation
What Types of Problems is Design Thinking Best Suited to Solve

What Types of Problems is Design Thinking Best Suited to Solve?

Design Thinking is extraordinarily versatile for taking on the most challenging and seemingly impassible issues. The advantage is in the ability to pivot focus and apply critical thinking to ideate several potential solutions.
How does Empathy drive Design Thinking

How does Empathy drive Design Thinking?

Empathy is at the center of everything.
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What Are the Benefits of Design Thinking?

Part Three of a Multi-part Series on Design Thinking & Innovation
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What is the "How Might We" Technique?

One of the fundamental tools used in the Design Thinking process is "How Might We" (HMW). Rephrasing statements or questions using HMW enables organizations to think in terms of opportunities, rather than problems when developing solutions to their challenges.
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What is the Design Thinking Methodology?

In Part One of our Design Thinking series, we reviewed our presentation at this year's ASAE annual conference on how Design Sprints enable organizations to turn the Design Thinking Methodology from theory to practice to solve their biggest challenges. Here we will discuss what the Design Thinking Methodology is and what it means for organizations of all kinds.
What is the Difference Between Brainstorming and Design Sprints

What is the Difference Between Brainstorming and Design Sprints?

It's easy to confuse Design Sprints and Brainstorming sessions if you're unfamiliar with the nuances that make them unique. Though there is some overlap in purpose and activity, the two approaches are quite different and can provide divergent results. For organizations going through a change process or working to solve major challenges, choosing the right problem-solving rubric can make the difference between a creative breakthrough and a frustrating waste of time. Here are some of the key distinctions that will help your organization collaboratively generate new ideas and achieve your goals.

Design Thinking & Innovation: agencyQ at ASAE 2019

Part One of a Multi-part Series on Design Thinking & Innovation 
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