The Design Gym’s Digital Studio is a virtual workshop (as in space to make things). You bring your team and problems to solve. We provide the tools and facilitation to begin solving them through one-day remote sprints.
The Digital Studio accommodates up to 5 teams of 3-5 participants, each with their own virtual “table” and dedicated TDG facilitator in a breakout room. You’ll spend most of the day working at your table with just your team and facilitator, but all 5 tables will come together in the main room for briefings, inspiration, debriefs, and end-of-day beer cheers. This collective accountability, wisdom, and energy brings the Digital Studio alive.
We’ve designed 4 studios to align with common problems that teams face—ours included. Whether you’re identifying and prioritizing the right problem to solve, coming up with and testing creative solutions, or planning for what’s coming up ahead, these 1-day studio sessions are structured to help your team focus on doing the work in a more strategic and accelerated way.
Up Next: June 11
Get aligned with a design brief that has: “the big why” of the project, the constraints, success criteria, and high-level action planning.
Up Next: June 2
Generate dozens of ideas sparked by curated inspiration before prioritizing solutions that are creative and meet your business needs.
Up Next: July 9
Identify disruptive scenarios and prototype future states that consider alternative revenue models, customer segments, and operating principles.
The Design Thinking Bootcamp was a highlight in my professional development in 2019. The boot camp had a perfect amount of classroom style learning, and hands on activities that kept the day engaging. I was able to walk away from the workshop with brainstorming activities to use with my team, and feel more confident when working in cross-functional team environment.
Facilitating Design Thinking is a hands-on, real-life, workshop that taught me a new way to see, listen and approach a challenge (or question) from an entirely new perspective. As a result, new ideas, opportunities and relationships have been opened up to our organization (and our customers!). This is a “must attend” for anyone looking for a new approach that can help their business or organization design something better for their end users.
I've always felt ill-equipped to lead meetings and discussions, despite my management training and having received an MBA. So I was excited to take Facilitation Fundamentals and the workshop did not disappoint! Tim and Hannah covered a vast amount of information and kept energy levels high throughout the day. Tim and Hannah shared personal anecdotes, research-backed ideas, and modeled engaging facilitation. I walked away from the day with theoretical facilitation frameworks as well as practical tools to use.