Design Thinking: Ideation through Gamification

Wed, 22 Jan, 2020, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM (GMT+8)
PIXEL 10 Central Exchange Green Singapore 138649 (Seminar Room, Level 2)

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This workshop is for you if you are:

- In a product development or innovation role, looking to accelerate innovation within your organisation.
- Interested to learn how to apply different design thinking ideation tools in your daily work.
- Keen to find out how it can be applied to help your organisation uncover pain-points of your customers, and develop customer-centric products, services and experiences.

What is this about?

Design Thinking is a transformative methodology that has been adopted by businesses and industries to unlock new opportunities, and create impactful products and services for their customers. Ideation is a key step in the Design Thinking process, as businesses strive to create innovate ideas in the form of new products and services that would add new value to their customers. However, innovation teams may sometimes get stuck during the ideation phase of the project and struggle to achieve any creative breakthrough. As such, gamification is an ideation technique that could provide innovation teams with different vantage points during the ideation process.

In this workshop with Chemistry, you will be able to learn Design Thinking principles through real-life case studies, learn to apply various ideation tools in your daily work, and learn to craft creative solutions by playing Chemistry’s proprietary innovation card game, BossUP!

Programme Outline:

20 mins: Welcome and introduction - Who is Chemistry, What is Design Thinking
40 mins: Design Thinking Principles - Case Study + Ideation Tools
20 mins: Break

20 mins: Design Thinking through Gamification
60 mins: Play BossUP!

60 mins: BossUP! Seminar-style 
20 mins: Final presentation

Click here to find out more about PIXEL’s Design Thinking programmes!

Design Thinking: Ideation through Gamification

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