Design Thinking

Design thinking encompasses processes such as context analysis, problem finding and framing, ideation and solution generating, creative thinking, sketching and drawing, modelling and prototyping, testing and evaluating.  It is the essence of the Innovolation Framework.

The Top 5 Reasons Why Prototyping Is Really Important For Your New Product Development

5 Reasons why Prototyping is Important for your New Product Development
Creating a prototype is one of the most rewarding things you can do in the process of developing a new product.

A prototype will bring your dream to life in a way that your one-dimensional concept sketch just simply cannot do.

But the benefits of a prototype go way higher than the visual satisfaction of an actual sample of your product.  They can promote a new product development process in many ways.

So why is prototyping so important?

Prototypes enable you to test and refine how well your product design functions.

In developing a prototype, you will be able to … Read More »

Here We Explain The Fundamental Difference Between Creativity And Innovation In Your Business

The Fundamental Differences Between Creativity And Innovation
There’s much confusion surrounding creativity and innovation.

“Creative types,” in particular, claim that creativity and innovation can’t be measured. Performance, however, demands measurement so you can identify what success looks like. In a world that changes every second, it’s imperative that companies figure out the difference between creativity and innovation.

You better believe they’re different.

Creativity vs Innovation

The main difference between creativity and innovation is the focus. Creativity is about unleashing the potential of the mind to conceive new ideas. Those concepts could manifest themselves in any number of ways, but most often, they become something we can see, … Read More »