The goal of ideation is to generate a diverse range of potential solutions and concepts, and then refine and narrow down those ideas to a select few that are most promising. This stage is essential because it sets the foundation for the rest of the design process and can greatly impact the success of the final product or solution.
Experimental prototyping is a technique used in the our process to quickly test and validate new ideas or concepts. During this stage, we create digital prototypes of our ideas and then test them to gather feedback and identify potential issues or improvements. This type of prototyping is often used when there is uncertainty or risk associated with a new concept or idea. By creating and testing prototypes early on, we save time and resources by identifying potential problems and making necessary adjustments before moving forward with development.
By partnering with individuals or organizations that have different perspectives and skillsets, we gain valuable insights and feedback that inform the innovation process. These partnerships help us to identify potential roadblocks and challenges early on in the design process, allowing for more effective problem-solving. Additionally, partnerships help us to build trust and collaboration between different stakeholders, leading to more successful and innovative design solutions.
The Learn and Iterate stage is a critical step in the innovation process that involves continuously testing and refining ideas through a process of trial and error. During this stage, we gather feedback from users, stakeholders, and other sources, and then use that feedback to make improvements and adjustments to their ideas.
At our QIC DVP we focus on digital value creation as a means of improving our competitiveness and driving growth and innovation. As more businesses shift their operations online and customers increasingly rely on digital platforms, it is essential that we stay ahead of the curve and identify areas where we can leverage digital technologies to create value for our customers. By doing so, we improve our bottom line, increase customer satisfaction, and remain competitive in an increasingly digital marketplace.