Value Proposition Canvas
I am a great fan of the Strategyzer’s ‘Value Proposition Canvas’, and I often present it in combination with
Business Model Canvas
On many occasions I have been explaining Osterwalder’s Business Model Canvas, and to do this in a structured, systematic
MVP – Really going from bike to car?
A Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is defined on Wikipedia as follows: “In product development, the minimum viable pro
Horizons of innovation
To drive innovation it would be to integrate looking at market and technological capabilities/business models
My first MVP – from sled to car
Although I have argued it to be an unrealistic depiction, I realise that I once may have gone through the exact process of cre
#2 – Iteratively moving forward
Is design thinking is an iterative process? Have a look at the process flow and descriptions here (Interaction-Design Foundati
#1 – About Design thinking….
We never talk about engineering thinking (just engineering) or scientific thinking (at best maybe the scientific method). So w
Inspiration; how are you inspired?
Where’d does inspiration come from? What drives creativity? Invention? How are you inspired? On of my favourite sec
A friend asked if I could perform a UX review of his new software package currently in development, Basics, basically. But sti
Design Thinking & Value Proposition Canvas
The Value Proposition Canvas and the Value Proposition Canvas are great tools to be used in the design thinking process. They
Product Design, a Zero-Sum game?
In our digital age, big data, cloud services and the internet of things allows us can do anything, anywhere, anytime. This was
Nurturing product/business ideas
This post collects forms and ideas that I use when pondering product and/or business ideas. See this template. Business Model
Enjoy this short comic exploring ideas about talking while exploring a city. When do we talk, when does talking mean something
Designing to Add Value
Business thrives on added value, but often value add is reviewed as purely monetary gain; the difference between return and in