Individual workshop formats to suit your specific needs.

In the course of our daily project activities, we are often asked to provide training and coaching sessions which require not just our technological expertise, but also – and frequently – our methodological expertise. In response to this demand, we have developed a variety of workshop formats to help our customers tackle particular issues and quickly lead them to their goals.

Typical Challenges

  • Create or revise a vision
  • Develop new processes or optimise existing ones
  • Optimise data usage
  • Fully develop a new product or feature
  • Kick off a new project or product
  • Encompass all the aforementioned situations in a 360-degree solution
Showcase: Vision

Showcase: Vision

Fallbeispiel: Foodicious

Goal: Develop a vision for a food app to combat food waste
Methods: Golden Circle, Value Proposition Card, Personality Sliders
Result: Creation of a detailed product vision and market positioning strategy

Showcase: Process Optimisation

Showcase: Process Optimisation

Case study: Self-onboarding

Goal: Improving the onboarding process for new employees
Methods: User Research, Solution Sketching, Prototyping, Interviews
Result: Customer Journey, validated prototype

Showcase: Product Development

Showcase: Product Development

Case study: Kollabo

Creation of an Internet platform to improve teacher-parent communication
Methods: Google Design Sprint
Result: Design, development, and testing of a prototype, definition of next steps

Showcase: Kick-Off

Showcase: Kick-Off

Case study: Connected Cooking

Goal: Design a new IoT solution
Methods: Visioning, Empathy Maps
Result: Creation of a common understanding among all stakeholders of the product and procedure, definition of the most critical business hypotheses and next steps

Showcase: Data-Driven Services

Showcase: Data-Driven Services

Case study: Service-Meister

Objective: Expand data-driven services
Methods: Customer Journey Mapping, Value Proposition Canvas, Data Value Matrix
Result: Creation of a data strategy containing ideas and concrete measures for the targeted use of data

Showcase: Requirements & Architecture

Showcase: Requirements & Architecture

Case study: 1&1

Objective: To establish a common vision and common goals, to create a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) backlog based on user requirements, and to design an appropriate cloud architecture taking into account the quality requirements.
Methods: Visioning, Story Mapping, Customer Journey Mapping, Agile Requirements Management
Result: Definition of relevant target groups, creation of an architectural concept, valuated and prioritised MVP backlog

The 360-Degree Solution

Are you in the initial stages of your concept? Are you looking for a partner who can support you throughout the process? We’ll be delighted to assist you, from your initial vision through the process optimisation and product development processes, all the way to the kick-off and market launch. Contact us, we’ll be happy to advise you!

Our Methods

In order to provide optimum support for your specific situation, we use a wide range of methods, which we deploy according to your requirements. Ideally, we like to start with a minimal version, as this enables us to learn early on from feedback and to focus on the essential elements of the product or process.

  • Use a Design Sprint to go from problem to tested prototype in five days
  • Use design thinking approaches to develop creative, user-centric solutions
  • Use a build-measure-learn cycle to continuously collect user feedback and iteratively develop your product further
  • Use a user journey to compare user needs with user experience
  • Use story mapping to break the big picture into actionable parts and define the various implementation stages
  • Use user research to qualitatively and quantitatively identify the needs and challenges of your target audience
  • Use user interviews to qualitatively determine a user’s underlying intentions and motives
  • Create empathy maps in order to identify user needs and make them transparent
  • Use personas to create a comprehensive user profile
  • Use the business model canvas to document, structure, and revise a new or existing business model
  • Use the Golden Circle model to develop a common vision and make it transparent
  • Develop prototypes to collect early-stage user feedback and use it to instantly validate ideas
  • Use a SWOT analysis to sharpen your own competitive position and define a market strategy
  • Use the Crazy 8s to creatively generate innovative ideas
  • and much more!

Would you like a consultation on this subject?

Call us or send us an E-Mail. We look forward to advising you.

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Foodicious Part 2 [German]: Von der Produktidee zum Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

Foodicious ist eine App gegen die Lebensmittelverschwendung, die uns daran erinnert, wann unsere eingekauften Lebensmittel ablaufen und uns zeigt, wie wir diese kreativ verwerten können. In unserem ersten Blogartikel haben wir beschrieben, wie wir die Kern-Schmerzpunkte unserer Zielgruppe mittels qualitativer Interviews identifiziert und anschließend eine Lösungsidee in Form einer Food-App entwickelt haben. In diesem Blogartikel wird es um die ersten Umsetzungsversuche eines Minimum Viable Products (MVP) und die daraus entstandenen Learnings gehen.


Foodicious is an app against food waste that reminds us when our groceries expire and shows us how we can use them creatively. In our first blog article, we described how we identified the core pain points of our target group using qualitative interviews and then developed a solution idea in the form of a food app. This blog article will be about the first attempts to implement a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and the lessons learned from them.

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