Introducing The Design Thinking Workshop Kit

Posted 5 months ago by Murat Mutlu

We’re excited to launch the first in a series of Workshop Kits, that will help you run your own hands-on sessions using popular design methodologies, together with Marvel!

Thousands of companies and educational institutions around the world use Marvel in workshops every year. It’s massively inspiring to see the likes of Laboratoria, Design Museum and initiatives like Design Club lead the charge. We’ve taken some of the best ideas from those sessions to help you create your very own Design Thinking workshop.

This hands-on workshop will give you and your team a simple, fun and reusable process using the basic principles of Design Thinking for creating new features, apps, websites or products.

It will take you from nurturing empathy, rapid idea generation, right the way through to sketching and creating interactive prototypes in sessions that can fit into an hour.

In true Marvel fashion, it’s been designed to allow anyone, regardless of experience or job role to run or join their own workshop. Whether it’s product, marketing, sales or support, everyone can get stuck in with writing, sketching and prototyping, either on paper using our apps or in the browser.

What’s included:

We believe that making tools and processes easier will democratise design and make it more accessible, leading to better ideas and faster innovation. Grab the kit and get started!

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